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Looking forward to a bumper day of football on Sunday, we’re aiming to pick out an ambitious four-match accumulator that, if right, will produce a tasty profit.
We start in the Premier League, where Liverpool face a daunting trip to Birmingham, and the omens are not good for Rafael Benitez’s side. Alex McLeish’s charges have held the top five clubs in the Premier League at home this season and Benitez has failed to beat Birmingham in seven attempts in the top flight. That record will need to change if Liverpool are to maintain their pursuit of Tottenham Hotspur and a fourth-placed finish, but happily Fernando Torres is in incredible form and has the potential to almost single-handedly win the match.
Over in Germany, after losing at Fulham on Thursday night in the Europa League Wolfsburg return to domestic action as they host Hoffenheim. Both sides have suffered from second season syndrome after tremendous campaigns last year, lying in 9th and 11th positions in the table respectively.
Both teams have their issues ahead of the match. Wolfsburg, fresh from a horrific 5-1 mauling to Hertha Berlin a fortnight ago, have fatigue issues to contend with, while the Village Team have selection problems with Josip Simunic suspended while goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand and striker Demba Ba are also ruled out with injury.
Sunday night in France sees title outsiders Auxerre entertain PSG, with the in-form Burgundy club smarting after their championship march arrested by Monaco last Monday in a disappointing goalless draw. Yet Auxerre are formidable at the Abbe Deschamps stadium, having won 10 and drawn three of their 15 home matches. And, while PSG are focusing their attentions on the Coupe de France which is their last realistic route to European football next term, Auxerre are coming good at just the right time with a seven-game unbeaten run in the league as well as boasting 16 clean sheets this season – a record across the five major European domestic leagues, only matched by Barcelona.
Lastly, the La Liga title race heats up on Sunday night as Real Madrid travel to Racing Santander in a match which Los Blancos cannot afford any slip-ups. (Match preview here.) In short, Santanderâ€™s main problem this season has been keeping the goals out, 42 conceded in 29 matches leaves them as the fifth worst defence in La Liga and it would be a major surprise if they can stop Real Madrid.