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The Unbeatables: Five form teams in one 34/1 acca for Saturday
Joe Casey
Joe Casey
February 2, 2023

We’ve scoured Europe to find the form teams and have put together this 34/1 five selection accumulator for Saturday.

Teams from across Europe have had a strong starts to life after the World Cup break which has seen them fly up their respective tables to the detriment of their rivals.

There is no better time to strike than when the iron is hot so we’ve picked out five teams from who are all enjoying purple patches and have put them into this accumulator tip.

The Unbeatables Accumulator tip

Union Berlin to win vs Mainz

Bayern Munich have faltered at the top of the Bundesliga, drawing three games in a row to throw the race for the German top flight wide open with Union Berlin as the closest challengers to the perennial winners.

No team has been in better form since the World Cup in Germany than Union, who have won four games on the spin since the break.

Urs Fischer’s side also have a rock solid record at home this season, winning six and drawing two of their eight matches in the German capital.

They should be able to get the better of a Mainz side have lost four of their last seven league games.

Shrewsbury to win at Oxford United

Shrewsbury have been in fine form in League One recently, winning four on the bounce thanks to a recently discovered goalscoring touch.

Steve Cotterill’s men have netted 12 times in that run of games and that will have filled them with confidence before they visit Oxford. 

That run has lifted the Salop to within striking distance of the play-offs, exceeding many people’s preseason expectations.

Atalanta to win at Sassuolo

Atalanta are unbeaten in five league games since the World Cup break, winning three of those and scoring heavily throughout.

The Bergamo club have netted 22 times in seven games in all competitions since the return of Italian football and they have gained ground on their rivals in the race for a top four finish as a result.

They should continue that run against a Sassuolo side that have lost ten of their 20 league matches this season.

Carlisle to win vs Harrogate

Carlisle have won six of their last seven matches and are on the edge of the automatic promotion places as a result, they are also the top scorers in League Two with 48 goals in 28 games and can continue their hot streak against Harrogate.

The Cumbrians racked up a 5-1 win over rivals Barrow last time out and look set to pick up where they left off here.

Newcastle to win vs West Ham

Newcastle reached their first cup final since 1999 on Tuesday and will hope for no hangover from that when they host West Ham in Saturday’s late kick-off.

The Magpies have been rock solid this season, unbeaten at home and sporting the best defensive record in the Premier League, conceding just 11 times in 20 matches.

That poses a significant issue for a Hammers side who have faltered going forward this season, netting 17 times in 20 games.

Newcastle have now won four of their last five in all competitions and could cap off one of their best weeks in a long time in style. 

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