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Accumulator Betting Tip
Wolfsburg to beat Werder Bremen 11/20:
Wolfsburg have put a halt to their hesitant start now after beating Bayer Levekusen at the Volkswagen Arena on Sunday. Bayer Levekusen also travelled to face the wolf pack brewed with confidence after gaining seven points that took the northern Rhine- Westphalia side into 5th position before this encounter. Wolfsburg destroyed all hopes of a Bayer attacking frenzy, after bagging four past the red shirts, resulting in a 4-1 victory. Wolfsburg needed this injection of life after the worst possible Europa League start, losing away to Everton 4-1. Wolfsburg are now on a three game unbeaten spell in the league and will look to move away from 11th position when Werder Bremen will be their opponents. Bremen are just below Wolfsburg in 13th position after drawing three out of their first four league games. They have performed well on their journeys, but goals too have been leaked. An away trip to the capital for Bremen, witnessed a 2-2 draw and then last weekend Augsburg breached this travelling strength, defeating Werder 4-2. Last season when they played Wolfsburg home and away, a defeat was met by losing by three goals on both occasions.
Paderborn to beat Borussia Mochenbladbach 23/10:
Paderborn are working wonders so far and last weekend they made history against Hannover. Featured in the 2-0 victory against Hannover, Paderborn scored an outrageous goal from 83 metres to top off the victory. Jubilation has been all around the Benteler- Arena as the newly promoted blue shirts currently sit first in the Bundersliga, unbeaten on eight points. Paderborn are making their home ground a fortress, and Borrussia Mochengladbach will try their look to breach these defences on Saturday. Monchengladbach will arrive to Paderborn in need of a victory; their last victory came three weeks ago, at home against a stunned side this season, Shalke. But Mochengladbach will need to seek attacking options, as their last two trips away from home have resulted in 0-0 affairs against far lesser opponents, Frieburg and Koln.
Lille to beat Bastia 6/10:
Lille continue to progress in Ligue 1 taking their unbeaten tally to five games, three victories and two draws has placed Lille in 4th and are now one point behind Marseille, who are holding 1st place only on goal difference as well as the small margin. Lille will feel hard done by after only drawing against Montpellier 0-0. A victory in Villeneuve d’Ascq could’ve placed Lille at the top. Now they will face the Corsicans; Bastia and will try to get back to winning ways. Bastia have fell back into the relegation zone and now lie in 18th position, and after losing last weekend against newly promoted Metz, Bastia haven’t seen three points for three games now. It will be a tough ask for Bastia to travel and score goals, because goals have been of the few for the Corsicans who have only managed to find the net four times out of five games. Bastia will also be avoiding looking at records against Lille who are unbeaten in five occasions, winning three of them.
Genk to beat Sporting Charleroi 4/5:
We enter into the Belgian Pro League for the first time this season and our focus turns to one of the league veterans Genk when they host Sporting Charleroi on Saturday at the Cristal Arena. Genk are on impressive form, unbeaten in five, winning two and drawing three. Their opponents also hold good form, winning three from their last five, but my prediction is that Genk will start to challenge up the Belgian pro league, they have stood firm, conceded little and European football will be certainly on the cards for Genk.
Accumulator Odds: 14/1 with William Hill
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