Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (total £11.69, down £13.31)

Woo hoo! For the first time in ages our midweek tip on a four-way accumulator proved bang on the money, and a vital injection of cash came our way in our betting journey.

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Not looking to get too greedy, we’re aiming to trouser some more lolly this weekend by first backing what is hoped to be three home bankers on Sunday.

With just under half the season still to run in Serie A, it already seems a lock that Jose Mourinho’s Inter will be crowned Scudetto champions. This weekend Cagilari arrive in Milan, and the visitors face an uphill battle knowing that Inter have won nine and drawn two of their eleven home games this season.

Shifting over to Greece, second-placed Olympiakos will be hoping they can close the gap on league leaders Panathinaikos this weekend when they take on second-bottom Levadiakos. With just one away win and three away draws all season, Levadiakos should cause little trouble for Matt Derbyshire and his peers, particularly having regard to the 3-nil thumping Olympiakos handed out earlier in the season in the reverse fixture.

Lastly, it’s a similar story over in Portugal on Sunday night where third-placed Porto, boasting one of the best home records in the division, take on 11th-spot Naval – who arrive at the local giants with just one away win all season. Undefeated in their last nine matches with four back-to-back victories, Porto are beginning to motor as we approach the business end of the season. And if they have any hope of catching leaders Benfica and Braga, three points this weekend are mandatory.

Backing Inter (4/9), Olympiakos (1/4) and Porto (1/4) to all win at home, the aim is to turn a £2 stake into a £4.51 return.