Football Accumulator tips: Our fab 38/1 five-fold for Friday’s European games

Our European football Paddy Murphy has picks from English, Germany, France, Spain and Belgium.


* All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.

19:30 RB Leipzig v Stuttgart: Both Teams to Score No Draw

Leipzig got their Bundesliga off to a bad start with an opening day 1-0 loss away to Mainz, while Stuttgart thrashed Greuther Furth 5-1 in their first league game of the season. But, both outfitss won their first cup game of the season prior to those games.

These sides have only met six times in total, with Leipzig winning five and one ending level – they’ve also beaten Stuttgart at home in all three previous attempts. Stuttgart were one of the highest scoring teams on the road last season, averaging 1.71 goals per away game and have already scored 11 goals over their two competitive games this season.

Leipzig ended last season in rough shape at home and haven’t started this term in the best shape either. Both sides are full of goals on their best days though, and they are capable of beating the other. Over their 68 combined games last season only 17 ended level, so we’re liking Both Teams to Score No Draw here.

These picks in a Paddy Power Acca will give you odds of around 38/1. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.


19:45 Standard Liege v Oostende: Both Teams To Score & Over 2.5 Goals

Standard Liege’s four games so far in the league have seen them winning two, drawing one and losing one. For their part, while Oostende have won three and lost one. Oostende are the form side though, they’ve scored eight goals to Standard’s six and have beaten both Gent and Genk so far.

There have been some good battles between these sides over the last few years, over their eight most recent fixtures here both sides have won three, with two ending level. Six of those games saw both Over 2.5 goals and Both Teams To Score landing.

Over Standard’s five most previous home league tie, Overs & Both Teams To Score landed in four and it has also come up in all five of Oostende’s most previous away league games. We should see plenty of goals here.


19:45 Bristol City v Swansea: Draw

Neither team has started the season in convincing fashion. Bristol have only won one of their four competitive games so far and Swansea share the same record – albeit their only win came in the League Cup.

The Robins had massive issues at home last season, winning just seven of their home games, drawing three and losing a whopping 13. Meanwhile, Swansea were one of the best away teams last campaign, winning 11 of their away games.

Bristol have shown signs of improvement in front of goal under Nigel Person at least and they’ve banged in seven over their last three matches, while Swansea have scored five over their four games this season. There’s very little separating these sides over recent form and the Draw odds have the best price here.

20:00 Brest v PSG: PSG to Win & Both Teams To Score

Brest have drawn both of their Ligue Un matches this far, but PSG have won both of theirs. Their new signing Lionel Messi is rumoured to be in contention for getting some minutes under his belt here, apparently training has been going better than expected and he could make an appearance off the bench here. Whether he does or not, the fact is that PSG have taken the points over all six of their most recent visits east to Brest.

Brest are a handy enough side it must be said, they averaged 1.68 goals per home game last campaign, and only lost seven of their 19 home league games last season. PSG haven’t kept any clean sheets over their three competitive games this season and of their final six in the league last season, they only kept one blank sheet.

20:00 Betis v Cadiz: Betis to Win

The home side are odds on favourites here even though both sides could only manage 1-1 draws in their opening La Liga games last weekend. The sides have met competitively four times since 2017, with Betis winning three and Cadiz winning just one. Two games saw Overs and Both Teams To Score landing, the two others just saw two goals in total.

Betis will no doubt be confident of taking the three points here and they ended last season going eight games unbeaten at home, winning five and drawing three. Cadiz won just two over their last 10 on their La Liga travels. Betis should continue that impressive home run into the new season here.

European football tips summary:

19:30 RB Leipzig v Stuttgart: Both Teams to Score No Draw
19:45 Standard Liege v Oostende: Both Teams To Score & Over 2.5 Goals
19:45 Bristol City v Swansea: Draw
20:00 Brest v PSG: PSG to Win & Both Teams To Score
20:00 Betis v Cadiz: Betis to Win

* An accumulator on these four best bets pays at approximately 38/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.


If one leg of your 4+ fold Acca lets you down, you get up to £/€10 back as a free bet. Customers can qualify for 1 Acca Insurance per day up to £/€10. The free bets will be credited by 12pm the following day.


The latest football odds are on right now

The Paddy Power Guide To Responsible Gambling – Everything You Need To Know

What do you think?