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Road Warriors Long Haul: 64/1 away wins acca for the week ahead

Updated on 8:05pm GMT 7 April 2024
Road Warriors Long Haul: 64/1 away wins acca for the week ahead

Before becoming a Sports Journalist for Free Super Tips, Aaron spent three years studying Sports Journalism at the University of Sunderland while taking in the Black Cats' 'glory years' under Martin O'Neill. Now back in Northern Ireland he turns niche stats into predictions for FST, while he's one of the few people on this island who is equally comfortable at Windsor Park and the Aviva.

This week features some huge quarter-final clashes in the UEFA competitions, alongside vital games at the top and bottom of Europe’s biggest leagues. With another busy weekend in prospect too, there’s a packed slate to enjoy from Monday to Sunday.

We’ve scanned through this week’s games to pick out seven sides capable of picking up an away win. Those sides make up our Road Warriors Accumulator, which comes in at 64/1!

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Road Warriors Long Haul Accumulator Tip

Monday – Udinese vs Inter Milan

Inter Milan are cruising towards the Scudetto, winning 11 of their last 12 league games. They head to Udinese on Monday night having won five of the last six meetings between the two sides.

Udinese were dispatched 4-0 when these two met at San Siro earlier this term and they’ve already lost at home to the other two sides in the top three. The hosts have the second-worst home record in Serie A, while Inter are the best away team in the division.

Tuesday – Real Madrid vs Man City

Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final in Madrid is an opportunity for City to lay down a marker. Pep Guardiola’s side have won eight of their last nine away trips and they’ve looked relentless in 2024.

Real may lead the way in La Liga but they struggled to get by RB Leipzig in the last round. Man City won 4-0 at the Etihad when these two last met in Europe and the gap between them remains huge. Back the Premier League side to take a first leg lead.

Wednesday – Dundee vs Rangers

Rangers have put eight goals past Dundee in two meetings this season and they have won 11 of their last 13 away games.

Dundee were beaten 3-2 by Motherwell at the weekend and they meet a Gers side who have scored at least three goals in five of their last seven games. Expect them to get the win they need to move top of the table.

Thursday – Olympiakos vs Fenerbahce

Olympiakos progressed to the last eight of the Conference League despite a 4-1 defeat at home to Maccabi Tel Aviv in the last round. The Greek side have lost two of their last three at home and they look vulnerable again.

Fenerbahce have won five of their seven trips in this competition this term. They’ve also won 11 of their last 12 on the road in all competitions, so they can get a first-leg lead in Pireaus.

Friday – Metz vs Lens

Second-bottom Metz are running out of time in their battle against the drop, having lost each of their last three games. They’ve been beaten in eight of their 13 home matches this term, leaving them with the worst home record in Ligue 1.

Lens should be good enough to exploit the hosts’ struggles, with eight of their nine league defeats coming against the rest of the top six. They’ve yet to concede a goal away to any team in the bottom half, while Metz have the second-worst defensive record in the league.

Saturday – Burnley vs Brighton

Burnley’s poor home record hasn’t helped their survival bid, with the Clarets picking up the joint-fewest points at home this season. They’ve been beaten in 11 of their 16 matches at Turf Moor in the league this term, suffering eight defeats from eight against the top 10.

Brighton still have a chance of pushing into the European places and they can return to winning ways in this trip. The Seagulls have lost only one of their visits to the bottom seven, picking up wins at Forest and Sheffield United.

Sunday – Sassuolo vs AC Milan

AC Milan’s hopes of winning the title are over, but they are looking to finish the season on a high. They’ve won their last five Serie A games, while they’ve won six of their last seven away trips in the league.

Sassuolo are second bottom and they’re showing little fight in the survival chase. Only three teams have won fewer points at home, while Milan have the second-best away record behind champions-elect Inter.

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