Weekend European Accumulator: Wins for Everton, Espanyol, Juventus and AC Milan

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European Weekend Accumulator
Kick-off: Saturday 15:00 GMT
Tip: Everton to win at 1/2 (1.50) with Bet365

Home bankers do not come safer than Everton versus Fulham at Goodison Park, where the visitors have never won a league game in 24 attempts.

This woeful record stretches back 64 years, and you would have to go back to 1959 for the last time the Cottagers so much as picked up a point in the Blue half of Merseyside.

The Toffees have won 20 consecutive home clashes since then, and look set to continue their imperious record for another season thanks to their fantastic form in front of their own fans.

Only the two Manchester clubs have picked up more than the 36 points accrued by David Moyes’ men this campaign, and Bet365’s odds of 1/2 (1.50) seem decidedly generous on them making it 39 on Saturday.

Kick off: Sunday 11:00 GMT
Tip: Espanyol to win at 19/20 (1.95) with Bet365

Espanyol were rock bottom of the league when Javier Aguirre took over in the middle of November, but have sailed clear of danger and into the comfort of mid-table under the canny Mexican manager.

Granada can only glance enviously at such a resurgence, as they find themselves winless in nine games and edging ever closer to the relegation zone as the season draws to a finish.

They are unlikely to start any great escape on Sunday morning, when they travel to face a home team who have only lost twice in their last 14 games, and are unbeaten at home under Aguirre.

A third consecutive away defeat looks more than likely for El Grana, and odds of 19/20 (1.95) are not to be missed on the hosts coming out on top.

Kick off: Sunday 14:00 GMT
Tip: Juventus to win at 8/13 (1.62) with Bet365

Juventus return to their former home on Sunday, as they face Torino in the Derby della Mole at the Stadio Olimpico.

The Turin rivalry is the oldest in Italy and also one of the fiercest, with December’s reverse fixture marred by unsavoury scenes that earned both teams heavy fines, while on the pitch it is also one of the most one sided.

The Bianconeri ran out 3-0 winners in that last meeting, extending their unbeaten run to 13 games against their neighbours, with nine of those matches resulting in victories for Italy’s most successful team.

With their 29th Serie A title within their grasp, Antonio Conte’s men have won their last six consecutive games, and look like good value at 8/13 (1.62) to pick up their 12th away league win of the season.

AC Milan
Kick-off: Sunday 19:45 GMT
AC Milan to win at 1/3 (1.33) with Bet365

After collecting just two points from three difficult games against Firoentina, Napoli and Juventus, AC Milan will be desperate to get their Champions League bid back on track when they face Catania on Sunday.

The 1-1draw against Napoli in the previous home game was the first time Massimiliano Allegri’s men had failed to win at San Siro in nine Serie A games, and they will be confident of getting back to winning ways against a team that have lost half of their away fixtures this season.

The Rossoneri will be boosted by the return from suspension of Mario Balotelli, who had scored seven goals in eight games prior to his three-match ban, playing a crucial role in their upturn in fortunes.

With the mercurial striker back in their midst, the hosts look nailed on to come out on top in this one, at odds of 1/3 (1.33).

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