Turn £1 into £106 with our Weekend European Accumulator

For this weekend’s European accumulator, we have selected games from the English Premier League and Spanish La Liga that could see you winning £106 off a £1 bet!

English Premier League

Southampton v Stoke City

Southampton are favourites to pick up all three points against Stoke City, with the hosts having won four and drawn two of their last six games in the Premier League.

The Saints have picked up seven points from a possible nine in their own backyard, while their opponents Stoke have dropped points in two of their last three games.

City’s form has been better on the road this season, but Southampton’s performances on home soil should see them over the line.

Home Win @ 8/13 (1.62)

Everton v Aston Villa

Everton could well inflict more misery onto Aston Villa when the two sides lock horns at Goodison Park, with the Toffees coming off the back of four points from their last two games.

As for their opponents, Aston Villa have endured a woeful start to the campaign, and have lost five of their six away games. This should be a home banker.

Everton have won their last two home meetings against Villa, and could make it three from three on Saturday.

Home Win @ 4/7 (1.57)

Chelsea v Norwich

Chelsea are having a season to forget, but the Londoners should get themselves back to winning ways with victory over Norwich City this weekend.

Jose Mourinho’s side have surprisingly struggled on home soil, but will look to take advantage of the spiralling form of their opponents.

The Canaries have failed to win their last five away games, and such a run could stretch to six after Chelsea are through with them.

Home Win @ 5/11 (1.45)

West Brom v Arsenal

West Bromwich Albion could come unstuck when they host Arsenal on the weekend, with the Midlands outfit having endured indifferent form in the league this season.

Albion have lost four of their last six games in the division, and are coming up against an Arsenal side with the best away record this season.

The Gunners have won five and drawn one of their last six games overall, and have beaten West Brom in seven of their previous eight head-to-heads.

Away Win @ 8/15 (1.53)

Spanish La Liga

Real Madrid v Barcelona

Real Madrid face off with fierce rivals Barcelona in the Spanish La Liga this weekend, and while the outcome of the clash is hard to call, goals are a guarantee. Both sides have scored in each of their last nine league meetings, and with such potent attacks set to square off in a must-win clash at the Santiago Bernabeu, it’s hard to see the two giants being quiet.

Real’s defensive record has been breached recently and now their backline is vulnerable. Barcelona have also struggled to shut teams out in the league, so goals should ensue.

Both Teams to Score @ 10/21 (1.48)

Espanyol v Malaga

Espanyol are favourites to win against Malaga, but it could well be a close game given the indifferent form of the two sides this season. The visitors are yet to win on the road, picking up just one point, and haven’t even scored away from home.

As for the hosts, Espanyol have won twice and drawn one from their five games in their own backyard this season, and could well edge a victory due to how poor Malaga are on their travels.

Home Win @ 16/11 (2.45)

Valencia v Las Palmas

Valencia should have no problem coming out on top against Las Palmas when the two sides lock horns on Saturday, with Los Che unbeaten in their own backyard this season.

Three wins and two draws from their five home games, Valencia are favourites to dispatch of Las Palmas, with the visitors without a win on the road – picking up only one point away from home. As a result, this should be a home banker.

Home Win @ 8/15 (1.53)

Deportivo La Coruna v Celta Vigo

Deportivo La Coruna and Celta Vigo have started the season surprisingly strongly, and the hosts could well inflict first away defeat for the division’s travel-happy side given their own fine form.

Deportivo have lost only once in their own backyard, but have drawn four of their previous five overall. However, they stand a chance of a result against Celta Vigo with the visitors having lost two of their last three, conceding a staggering 18 goals already.

Such a poor defensive record will give Deportivo confident of at least scoring, and with the hosts having picked up five points from their last nine at home, Celta could be in trouble.

Home Win 22/9 (3.40)