Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.
It seems like only yesterday that Euro 2020 drew to a close but this weekend we can look forward to a whole host of domestic leagues kicking off and over the next few weeks we will see all five top European leagues get underway too.
We already have a number of our season outright tips live and here we’ll be combining those with outright tips from a few of the more niche European leagues to build a mammoth 5,256/1 season-long acca!
5,256/1 outrights acca
Fulham to win at 11/2
Fulham have more than enough quality to compete in the Championship title race and 19 members of their squad already have promotion-winning experience. Marco Silva is a capable replacement for Scott Parker and was brilliant during his time at Hull.
The Cottagers endured a terrible start to last season but by the end of the campaign they looked every bit a Premier League side. Our money is on them being back in the big time by this time next year.
Ipswich to win at 7/1
Ipswich brought in Paul Cook in March and while results didn’t immediately improve he is a very capable manager at this level and after a full pre-season under his belt we expect the Tractor Boys to put in a better showing.
They have also made plenty of impressive moves in the transfer market, with Conor Chaplin and Joe Pigott catching the eye. Alongside defensive reinforcements, these two strikers could propel Ipswich into title contention.
Salford to win at 6/1
Salford finished just two points outside the playoffs last season but they continue to make big moves in the EFL and they finally seem worthy of being favourites.
They have made real strides with this squad and Gary Bowyer is an upgrade in the dugout, so the EFL Trophy winners can make a push for the League Two top spot this season.
France Ligue 1
Monaco to win Ligue 1 without PSG at 4/1
Unsurprisingly PSG offer no value in the outright market but the betting without the mega-rich side is much more appealing. Lille took a shock Ligue 1 title last season but they have lost a couple of their top players and manager Christophe Galtier, so expect them to drop off this term.
Monaco were involved in the title fight until late in the season and have managed to keep hold of their top players, with Wissam Ben Yedder and Kevin Volland set for another quality season in front of goal. They might not pip PSG, but a runners-up medal is a good bet.
Portuguese Primeira Liga
Benfica at 1/1
Sporting Lisbon ended a 19-year wait for a Portuguese title last season, stopping Porto or Benfica from winning the title for the 20th consecutive season in the process. Benfica are favourites for a reason, though.
They won 12 of their final 14 league games and have managed to keep hold of their best players while also adding some top talent to the squad. Roman Yaremchuk, Joao Mario and the returning Carlos Vinicius and Gedson Fernandes should boost them enough to bridge the nine point gap to Sporting.
Ajax at 4/9
They may be a short price but it’s impossible to ignore the dominant Ajax this season. Steven Berghuis aside they haven’t added any real quality to their squad but they romped to the title by 16 points last season and their competitors have all been weakened.
Runners-up PSV have lost star striker Donyell Malen to Borussia Dortmund and AZ – third-place finishers last season – have lost two of their shining lights in Myron Boadu and Calvin Stengs. This is Ajax’s title to lose.
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