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The Euro 2024 qualifiers come to an end on Monday and Tuesday before top flight football returns across Europe over the weekend.
I’ve had a look over the next seven days and picked out a candidate for a home win for this sevenfold bet running from Monday to Sunday. Thursday is a particularly quiet day across the globe, so I’ve skipped those fixtures and instead picked out two games on Saturday for this 146/1 accumulator
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The Home Wins Accumulator
Monday -Levante to win (vs Racing Santander)
Levante’s form has dipped a little of late but at home they remain strong with two wins and two draws in their last four La Liga 2 games. The Granotes come up against a Racing Santander outfit who are among the division’s worst travellers with just five points to show from seven games so far, so this looks like an ideal opportunity for Levante to end a four-game winless run in the league.
Tuesday – Bromley to win (vs Aldershot)
There is a full round of National league fixtures in midweek and on Tuesday Bromley can make the most of home advantage against Aldershot.
The Shots have hit some for recently but most of their success has come at home. The visitors have three defeats in their last four trips in the National League and have lost seven of their 10 away from home.
Bromley have won nine of their last 10 at home across all competitions, with their only defeat coming against League One Blackpool in the FA Cup during that run, and they should be able to claim maximum points on Tuesday.
Wednesday – Barnet to win (vs Oldham)
Barnet have lost their last two games but those defeats came at the hands of pacesetters Chesterfield and promotion rivals Gateshead, and they can end their mini-slump when they host mid-table Oldham.
The hosts sit second in the table and have won seven of their 10 home games, losing just once, while the Latics have just one win in their last five overall and have two defeats in their last three away from home.
Friday – PSG to win (vs Monaco)
There is a key game in the Ligue 1 title fight on Friday night as current leaders and defending champions PSG welcome third-placed Monaco to the Parc des Princes.
PSG ave six wins in their last seven games and have picked up 19 points from a possible 21 in their last seven in Ligue 1. Monaco have found wins hard to come by away from home with just two in six attempts in this competition, so they may well fall short in the capital on Friday night
Saturday – Sheffield United (vs Bournemouth) & Valencia (vs Celta Vigo)
Sheffield United have shown a bit of fight of late with four points from their last two games and at 21/10 they look backable underdogs when they host relegation rivals Bournemouth on Saturday.
Aside from an 8-0 defeat to Newcastle, the Blades have been competitive in all of their home games and they can pick up a huge three points on Saturday. The Cherries have picked up just one point from five games on the road, conceding 17 goals in the process, so take a chance on United to claim a vital victory.
Valencia saw a five-game unbeaten run brought to an end in emphatic fashion last time out as they were crushed 5-1 at Real Madrid – but the visit of relegation candidates Celta Vigo provides an chance to bounce back at the first attempt.
Los Che have won four of their six games at the Mestalla, including a 3-0 win over title contenders Atletico Madrid, and they should have too much for a Celta side who have lost each of their last four away from home in La Liga.
Sunday – Montpellier to win (vs Brest)
Montpellier have only picked up one home win this season but they’ve also only lost once in five games. MHSC held high-flying Nice to a 0-0 draw in their last game at the Stade de la Mosson and can claim all three points against out-of-sorts Brest on Sunday.
The visitors are winless in five and have lost their last three, and they are coming up against a Montpellier side who did the league double over them last season – with an aggregate score of 10-0.
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