After coming up trumps last Saturday, Paddy's pulled out another big four team acca to brighten up your inevitable Monday morning fear
Eugh, it’s Sunday evening, it’s (probably) raining, and you’re in work tomorrow. But what if?What if Paddy Power can cheer you up, and mean you walk into your job tomorrow with a bigger smile than Gianni Infantino? We’ve looked to France, Italy, Denmark and Greece to pull out a 44/1 Sunday night accumulator.
Lyon vs PSG – Ligue 1 – 8pm
The 15th of March 2015. Not only my birthday, but also the last time PSG lost domestically. 24 points clear at the top of Ligue 1, +54 goal difference and in control of their Champions League tie against Premier League minnows Chelsea.
Going to a side that’s chasing a Champions League place would be tricky for any other team. Lyon have bad memories of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Their last league meeting ended 5-1 to the Parisians, and Ibra grabbed two in the PSG victory in the cup. Back PSG to win and over 2.5 goals at 4/6
Brondby vs Hobro – Danish Superliga 5pm
Hobro might sound like the Lidl version of Haribo, but no, they’re the Danish football team. Two wins all season, just 15 goals in 18 games, and no real hope of survival. The Aston Villa of Denmark if you will.
They travel to 5th placed Brondby at 5, the first Superliga game since Christmas. Both played friendlies over the break, Brondby won two from five, Habro lost four, conceding 11 goalsin that period. Much like every Aston Villa opponent, back Brondby -1 at 13/10
AEK Athens vs Panathinaikos – Greek Super League – 5:30pm
Winner takes it all (well, not really) in this one. 2nd against 3rd in Athens. Two sides in identical form over the last five games – three wins, a draw and a defeat apiece.
AEK currently hold a four point lead over their opponents, with a better goal difference, so would be seeded higher in the Champions League next season if this campaign stopped now. They’ve only lost twice at home all year. Panathinaikos will want to close the gap but tend to blow hot and cold away from their own patch. AEK win and both teams to score at 4/1
Juventus vs Internazionale – Serie A – 7:45
It’s been 656 minutes of football since Juventus last conceded a goal in Serie A. But a slip up against Bologna last time out means that they’ve let Napoli back into the title race. There’s been whispers about Massimiliano Allegri taking the Chelsea job at the end of the season.
Inter lie in 5th, four points ahead of city rivals Milan, and in a Europa League spot. Their form has been inconsistent though, with just two wins in their last nine games. They haven’t been toothless enough in attack to trouble Juve though. Juventus to win to nil 11/8