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Our writer Mark Kozurek brings you a tasty 17/1 accumulator from tomorrow's European fixture list…

Borussia M’gladbach to beat Nurnberg

Borussia Park hosts a Bundersliga match, where Borussia M’gladbach will be relishing three points. Borussia lie in 4th place and will be looking to continue their good form and habit of scoring goals. Nurnberg will be their opponents on Saturday, a team that has failed to gain a victory this season. They could be considered as draw specialists, as they have drawn three of their last five games, but they will have to put up a stronghold against Borussia who enjoy putting the ball in the back of the net. This match wont be short of a fine Bundersliga atmosphere, goals and a simple Borussia M’gladbach win. Concluding to dooming the team from Nuremberg, closer to the bottom of the table.

Roda JC to beat Go Ahead Eagles

The early kick off in Holland will see newly promoted side: Go Ahead Eagles travel to the Parkstad Linbug Stadiun. Roda JC at the moment, look a comfortable side after finding form in their last five games, currently unbeaten throughout these games. On this run of form, they have also beaten ex Eredivisie champions and Europa League side, PSV Eindhoven twice, home and away, one being a cup game. Roda JC will be facing a side that has failed to find themselves and go ahead this season. The small team in yellow and red from Vetkampstraat have conceded sixteen goals in their last six games, a poor away display at Ajax led to six goals being conceded, and when playing bottom of the table NAC Breda, they also conceded a whopping five goals. In this encounter, with Roda JC hitting form, my prediction is a win for the yellow and black side.

Lille to win at Guingamp

Lille travel to the Stade du Roudourou to face newly promoted side, Guingamp, on Saturday in search of another three points to increase their title challenge ambitions. Guingamp currently sit in mid-table after losing and failing to score in their last two games. Whereas, Lille are the opposite, they are unbeaten in five games, winning four of them and also coming away from home after a fine home victory against expected champions: AS Monaco. Last weekend, Lille proved that money couldn’t always bring happiness, as they defeated the rich Ligue 1 side, Monaco, 2-0. I predict goals will arrive in this match and the points will be going to confident and in form side at the moment, Lille.

Valenciennes to draw with Montpellier

With both of these teams failing to find a run of good form in the league, this Ligue 1encounter is very unlikely to bring any fireworks and excitement to the league. Valenciennes have failed to win in their last four games, and only picked up two points throughout these games, overall acquiring eight points from twelve games. Their opponents, Montpellier haven’t got much form to boast about to, as the old Ligue 1 champions hover above them in 16th position. Valenciennes may have a new manager now, but scoring goals has proven to be a tough task, similar to Montpellier whom only netted in the 91st minute against Nantes. Both teams will be looking to expand their positions and try to climb up the challenging Ligue 1, but I can only see a draw with these teams.

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