Amkar v CSKA Moscow to win (3:30pm) – Russia Premier League

Horsens v Nordsjaelland to win (5:00pm) – Denmark Superliga

Chateauroux to win v Quevilly Rousen (7:00pm) – France Ligue 2

Hamburger v Leipzig to win (7:30pm) – Germany Bundesliga

Metz v PSG to win (7:45pm) – France Ligue 1



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This Friday, September 8: Euro Five-Fold has big odds and an even bigger chance of winning.

CSKA Moscow to win away is probably the riskiest leg of this five-fold acca because winning away in Russia is not an easy task, mostly because most away journeys are 1,500 miles away. However, Amkar are having a stinker this season. They finished five points above the drop zone last year and have started this season no differently, sitting bottom of the league and only scoring two goals in eight games. They have picked up just one point at home whereas CSKA have been impressive on the road so far, not losing a game on their travels. More of the same please lads.

AccaDoo are backing another away win when Nordsjaelland travel to Horsens this Friday. The side have come from nowhere to top the division and have sent serious warning shots out to the division by smashing FC Copenhagen 3-0. That’s no mean feat considering how comfortably FC Copenhagen won the league by last season. Horsens sit in fifth place but haven’t beaten Nords in their last fourteen head-to-heads.

Chanteauroux have had an inconsistent start to their French second tier season, winning a few and losing a couple but when they have won, they have banged some goals in. They finished top of the National League last season, winning promotion to the second division along with their opponents this Friday, Quevilly. However, Quevilly have not adjusted to the step up in standard as well, and are yet to win a game. In fact, you have to go back to May to find their last victory.

The European newbies, RB Leipzig surpised everyone last season by finishing a comfortable second place above Dortmund. Not a bad first season. There isn’t much in the way of form to go on because only two games have been played in the Bundesliga but Hamburger survived relegation by one point last season whilst the Red Bull boys were battling it out at the other end of the table. Leipzig won this fixture 4-0 last season and we’re expecting more of the same.

Another away win is on the cards in this final leg of the five-fold and this one is a bit more of a no-brainer than the rest of the acca. Top versus bottom, four wins in a row versus four losses in a row…PSG will be looking to cement their place at the top of the French league against lowly Metz.

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