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Al Hain-Cole takes advantage of bet365’s offer to boost odds on accumulators by putting together a treble from three of Europe's top leagues worth an enhanced 83/20

Nothing beats the excitement of an accumulator on an action-packed weekend of football and, with bet365's Euro Soccer Bonus, there is less excuse than ever to miss out.

You can now place a multiple featuring games from throughout Europe's four biggest leagues and the Champions League and receive a bonus of up to 100 per cent on your returns. A treble gets you 5%, a fourfold is worth an extra 10% and a ninefold would earn you a boost of 50%! Here's a few games to get you going...

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Eintracht Frankfurt
Kick-off: Saturday, 14.30BST
Tip: Wolfsburg to win at 4/7 (1.57) with bet365

Having drawn the short straw on opening weekend with a nightmare first match away to Bayern Munich, Wolfsburg will feel that their season can truly get underway when they play host to Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.

In fairness, Dieter Hecking's men acquitted themselves well at the home of the champions, spurning a seemingly unmissable chance for a late equaliser that would have set themselves up perfectly for the new campaign.

That performance should therefore leave them in confident spirits when they welcome a side that have lost eight and won just two of their last 12 away Bundesliga fixtures, particularly given their own strong record in front of their own fans.

Having picked up more points at home than anyone but Bayern and Schalke last season, Die Wolfe appear strong value at 4/7 (1.57) to get up and running with all three points here.

Crystal Palace
Kick-off: Saturday, 15.00BST
Tip: Newcastle to win at 8/11 (1.73) with bet365

After the shock departure of Tony Pulis and controversial near-miss with Malky Mackay, Crystal Palace's decision to bring the fractious Neil Warnock back to the club has done little to ease the tension surrounding Selhurst Park.

In contrast, Newcastle have started the season in an uncharacteristically calm mood after an exciting summer transfer window and relatively positive performances in their opening two matches, albeit without picking up a win as yet.

With the Eagles still sitting on zero points after last weekend's meek home defeat by West Ham, Warnock faces a tough task of adding to his paltry record of just 12 Premier League wins in a long managerial career against an opponent that have won seven and lost none of the last eight encounters between the sides.

All things considered, odds of 8/11 (1.73) look like excellent value on the Magpies taking advantage of their opposition's upheaval by recording a first league win of the season.

Kick-off: Sunday, 19.45BST
Udinese to win at 4/5 (1.80) with bet365

After six seasons spent languishing in the second tier, Empoli will make their long-awaited return to Serie A with a trip to Udinese on Sunday.

However, while they secured promotion after finishing in second place in last season's Serie B, Maurizio Sarri's side were not one the stronger travellers in that division, winning just two of their last 11 on the road.

With this in mind, few should expect them to take much away from a traditionally difficult away ground where the Zebrette have lost only 11 of their last 74, in spite of a difficult first half to last season that was eventually overcome thanks largely to the resurgence of Antonio Di Natale.

Having reconsidered his decision to retire in the summer, the veteran striker showed that his eye for goal is as good as ever in striking five times during last weekend's Coppa Italia win, making odds of 4/5 (1.80) even more appealing on him inspiring another victory against his former club.
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Backing all three selections pays 83/20 (5.15) with bet365 - Boosted from 39/10 (4.90)

New bet365 customers can claim a first deposit bonus of up to £200 and get a bonus of up to 100% on European accumulators

Al Hain-Cole is a Liverpool fan, experienced tipster and avid follower of European football. He specialises in accumulators and if you would like to read more from Al you can follow him on Twitter here.

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