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It’s another Saturday offering exciting football actions across leagues in Europe, after last week’s win of the 14 odds ACCA, lets try to keep the winning run going.


Manchester City’s latest obstacle in their path to hoovering up every piece of silverware available is a tussle with Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea. After both side’s progressed to the Champions League semi-finals it will be interesting to see if either side shows signs of fatigue from their respective endeavours. City’s hard-fought and emotional comeback has the more likely chance of producing a dip as Pep Guardiola’s side finally got over the hump of previous failures in the quarters. The chance of a legendary quadruple could allow for them to focus quickly on the task at hand, though. If that is the case Chelsea could be up against it as Tuchel still searches for his best lineup in attack. Four-times FA Cup winner Olivier Giroud will be desperate for a Chelsea start to show he is, as usual, being unfairly overlooked.

MANCHESTER CITY form: Form WWWWLW (all competitions)

CHELSEA Form: WWLWWL (all competitions)


In Steve Bruce’s mind David Moyes has already won the manager of the year award for steering West Ham into unlikely Champions League contention. That would have been hard to envisage when Newcastle won convincingly in east London at the start of the season. But back then few could have imagined that a Bruce ensemble propelled by the attacking skills of Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin would end up in a relegation skirmish. Injuries to that pair represent a big reason why Newcastle continue to look nervously over their shoulder but with the two forwards restored to full fitness they have reason for cautious optimism that they may have opened up a nine-point advantage on relegation rivals Fulham by the time the final whistle blows.



In the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich will look to increase their lead at the top of the Bundesliga table when they face Wolfsburg away from home on Saturday.

The Bavarians have had a disappointing week as they were knocked out of the Champions League on the away goals rule.

Hansi Flick’s side were also dumped out of the DFB Pokal earlier this year, so they only have the Bundesliga title to play for in the coming weeks.

Wolfsburg, on the other hand, have exceeded expectations this season and find themselves eight points clear of Borussia Dortmund, who are fifth in the league.

With Champions League football looking increasingly likely for next season, Oliver Glasner’s side will hope to impress against Bayern Munich. 

The two sides have faced off 47 times in the Bundesliga, and Bayern Munich have won the fixture a whopping 37 times.

The defending champions have also won nine of their last 10 games against Wolfsburg and will look to continue that run.

The Bavarians are expected to face a sterner challenge this time, however, as Wolfsburg have been one of the most consistent teams so far this season.

Both teams failed to win their last league game and will look to pick up a win come Saturday.

Wolfsburg form guide: L-W-W-W-L

Bayern Munich form guide: W-W-W-W-D


Fresh off a goalless draw against Hoffenheim, Bayer Leverkusen take on Koln at the Bay Arena.

Both sides have struggled for results in recent weeks and will aim to finish the season strongly, starting with a win on Saturday.

Seated in sixth place in the Bundesliga standings, Bayer Leverkusen have endured a rollercoaster season so far.

Die Werkself had a brilliant start to the campaign, going unbeaten until the final game of 2020, where they lost to Bayern Munich in December.

Since then, they have suffered a disappointing dip in form, suffering eight league defeats and crashing out of both the Europa League and DFB Pokal.

Hannes Wolf’s men ended their two-game winless run with a 2-1 win over struggling Schalke two weeks ago. However, they quickly crashed back to earth as they were held to an uneventful goalless draw against Hoffenheim last time out.

Bayer Leverkusen are just two points behind fifth-placed Borussia Dortmund and could leapfrog the Black and Yellows with a win on Saturday.

In their last 28 meetings across all competitions, Bayer Leverkusen have picked up 17 wins and six draws. Koln are the underdogs in the fixture, managing just five wins.

Bayer Leverkusen Form Guide: W-L-L-W-D

Koln Form Guide: D-L-D-L-L

Real Madrid make a short trip to the Coliseum Alfonso Perez on Sunday evening to take on Getafe in what is a must-win game for Los Blancos.

Zinedine Zidane’s men are only one point behind fierce rivals Atletico Madrid and have their eyes fixated on a potential 35th La Liga title.

Real Madrid find themselves in incredible form, having just secured qualification to the Champions League semi-finals. They also emerged victorious in the recent El Clasico against Barcelona.

Home side Getafe are winless in five straight games but can prove to be tricky customers on their day. They held Atletico Madrid to a goalless draw in March, and Real Madrid know better than to take their next opponents lightly.

Getafe have only beaten their famous city rivals on three occasions before. Real Madrid have picked up the win 21 times, while two matches have ended in draws.

Getafe’s last victory against Los Merengues came way back in 2012. Since then, Real Madrid have beaten the Azulones every single time, bar one.

Getafe form guide: L-D-D-D-L

Real Madrid form guide: W-W-W-W-D

Amidst this flurry of actions across leagues in Europe, we have carefully picked a few matches in this mixed ACCA. 

These selections have been made based on available H2H stats and current forms of the selected teams. 

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