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There are a host of games from Europe’s lesser leagues across Sunday and we’ve put together this 50/1 accumulator covering some of the more obscure fixtures.
Understandably, the bigger competitions get most of the focus when it comes to both coverage and betting – and that means there is value to be found in the lower leagues.
We’ve picked out a few selections from across four countries on Sunday and they can be backed together in one 50/1 accumulator tip, or combined with other tips in our Match Predictions for your own multiple bets this weekend.
50/1 Second Tier Sunday Accumulator Tip
Spain La Liga 2
Andorra vs Real Zaragoza
Andorra to win
There are five selections in Spain’s second tier on Sunday and the early kick off sees Villarreal B entertain Granada. A double chance bet on the hosts (win or draw) has some appeal in that fixture but for the purposes of this accumulator we’ve swerved that game and instead focused on a couple of other fixtures.
Andorra have hit a bit of a rough patch with three straight defeats but all those losses have come against promotion chasers, and a Zaragoza side who sit just above the drop zone may be easier opponents for Els Tricolors.
Zaragoza have a poor away record, losing seven of their 13 trips so far, and Andorra won the reverse fixture 2-0 so this looks like a good opportunity for the hosts to end their losing streak.
FC Cartagena vs Levante
Levante to win
Cartagena are in the midst of a terrible run as they are winless in nine across all competitions, while they blew a 2-0 lead against bottom club UD Ibiza last week as they were held to a 2-2 draw.
Promotion hopefuls Levante have lost just once in their last 20 games and that defeat came against heavyweights Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey, and they should be able to claim all three points when they make the trip to the Estadio Municipal Cartagonova.
Italy Serie B
Parma vs Genoa
Genoa to win
There are two games in Italy’s Serie B this Sunday and both games kick off at 3,15pm. The clash between in-form Palermo and high-flying Reggina looks a tough one to call, but Genoa appeal at a big price to win at Parma.
Genoa are pushing for a return to Serie A and they sit second in the standings. Il Grifone have the best away record in the division with seven wins in 11 attempts and they are in good form overall, with 13 points from the last 15 available.
Parma have just one win in their last six and have three defeats in their last four at home, and they could be set for another loss on Sunday.
Germany Bundesliga 2
Magdeburg vs Karlsruher
Magdeburg to win
The relegation battle in Germany’s second tier is intense – just four points separate the bottom 10 teams and right now Magdeburg are propping up the pile.
That could all change on Sunday as Magdeburg host fellow strugglers Karlsruher, who have just one point to show from their last six games.
Magdeburg have been picking up results at home with two wins and a draw in their last five Bundesliga 2 outings at the MDCC-Arena. Der Blau impressed in defeat to a good Dusseldorf team last week as a late goal saw them slip to a 3-2 loss, but a similar display this weekend may be enough for three points against Karlsruher.
There are two other games in Bundesliga 2 on Sunday as St Pauli entertain Hannover and Hamburg make the trip to Rostock, with all three games kicking off at 12.30pm.
Portugal Segunda Liga
Benfica B vs Tondela
Both teams to score
There are three games in Liga Portugal 2 on Sunday and the first fixture kicks off at 11am as Penafiel entertain Marfa. All three clashes look hard to call in terms of a result, but both teams to score leaps out in the meeting between Benfica B and Tondela.
Tondela have hit a bit of form after back-to-back 1-0 wins, but both of those victories came at home and on their travels they look vulnerable at the back. The visitors have just one clean sheet in their last nine trips and both teams have scored in seven of those games,
Benfica B have scored in all nine of their home league games, managing 21 goals in total, but have only kept one clean sheet – and that came against a Covilha outfit with the worst attack in the division – so goals at both ends looks likely.
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