Massive clubs call for massive prices
Some of Europe's biggest teams play on Wednesday, so to celebrate this mid-week excitement we are offering two enhanced odds multiples that could see you celebrating with the football giants.
With a mixture of league and cup action throughout Europe there looks to be a fair few lop-sided contests, so what could be better, to liven up the action, then enhanced acca prices?
Both of the multiples that we are offering include Barcelona and Chelsea, who both face simple looking tasks in their cup games.
Barcelona v Atletico Madrid
Barca strolled to a 3-1 win in the first-leg in Madrid and the second-leg, at the Nou Camp, should be even more of a formality for La Liga's champions elect. Pep Guardiola has performed miracles in his short time with the Catalans and it doesn't seem like Madrid's second club will have any answers for Messi and co.
Southend v Chelsea
Chelsea are on a bad run of form but their match against League One minnows Southend should be more a question of 'how many?' rather than 'who will win?' The FA Cup has produced some shock results in the past - this is very unlikely to be one of them!
So which other Euro giants are included in our accumulators?
Roma v Sampdoria
It may only be an 84 minute game (it's the resumption of a match abandoned after six minutes) but Roma look dead certs to beat struggling Sampdoria. I Giallorossi are not in the best of form this season but they have home advantage and they are simply better than Sampdoria.
Valencia v Racing Santander
This Copa del Ray tie is nicely poised at 1-1 after the first-leg in Santander however, back at the Mestalla, Valencia are a real force to be reckoned with. With the likes of David Villa, Joaquin and David Silva at their disposal it surely has to be Los Che all the way!
Juventus v Catania
Claudio Ranieri has performed wonders for Juve following their controversial demotion to Serie B. The Old Lady of Italian football are flying high in Serie A and should easily fly past Catania in this Coppa Italia encounter.
Man Utd v Wigan
Following the demolition job they performed on Chelsea at the weekend, is there anybody that can trouble the Red Devils? Wigan are on a good run of form but they still seem likely to suffer a Premier League nightmare at the Theatre of Dreams.