There are Bundesliga, EFL Cup and Serie A games taking place on Wednesday and we have selected a 5.5/1 fourfold acca for our Goals Galore coupon, where punters can win if all four games see both teams find the net.
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Leipzig vs Freiburg
First up on our fourfold pick is Bundesliga surprise package Freiburg’s trip to an RB Leipzig side never too far from the Champions League mix.
The Breisgau Brazilians have raced to a 27-point haul after 13 games, at which point only dynastic Bayern Munich pip them with 28.
Led by head coach Christian Streich, Freiburg are aiming to improve on last season’s sixth-place finish and are making an excellent fist of it on a run of six games unbeaten in all competitions.
Since the start of October, they have failed to score in only one of their eleven matches – the heavy 5-0 defeat at the hands of Bayern – and have netted twice in each of their last three league outings.
In the opposite corner, Leipzig are enjoying a six-game Bundesliga unbeaten run of their own and have picked up more points – 14 – than any of their league counterparts during that time, scoring two or more in five of those six games and leaving them sixth at the start of the midweek programme.
The last time they drew a blank was way back in September against Monchengladbach 12 match-ups ago, their last defeat in any competition.
Frankfurt vs Hoffenheim
Elsewhere in the Bundesliga, Frankfurt are looking to breach the top four against a Hoffenheim team threatening to burst back into form.
Only five points separate the pair of European hopefuls and Eintracht, fifth, will fancy themselves having picked up nine points from four games, scoring 11 in that timeframe.
However, Oliver Glasner’s men have conceded more goals – 21 – than any other team in the top half and their visitors will seek to exploit that weakness on Wednesday night.
Hoffenheim’s form has fallen away in recent weeks with only a point gained over their last three games. But the Blues hammered Schalke 5-1 in the German Cup four games ago and, after a respectable 2-0 loss to Bayern, found the net in both the 1-1 draw against Koln and the 3-1 loss against Leipzig.
Wolves vs Leeds
In the EFL Cup, Wolves finalise their preparations for the arrival at the helm of ex-Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui with a tie against Leeds. The one-time Spain international will take over the reins from caretaker manager Steve Davis on November 14 and his playing staff will be desperate to play their way into contention for a place in his plans.
Wolves’ struggles endure, but they have found the net three times in their last two matches and have only failed to score once in five.
Their opponents form West Yorkshire are also waking from their winter hibernation and arrested an eight-game winless run with back-to-back wins over Liverpool and Bournemouth; they have hit eight goals in three.
Fiorentina vs Salernitana
Finally, Fiorentina take on Salernitana in a mid-table Serie A battle. The Salerno outfit avoided relegation by a sole point last term but look a wholly more confident side this time around, collecting 17 points by the 13-game stage to La Viola’s 16.
Salernitana have netted 18 in the league this campaign but have been afflicted by leaky defence syndrome; their 1-0 win over Spezia three matches ago gave them their first clean sheet since August.
Similarly, Fiorentina’s 2-0 win over Sampdoria on Sunday gave them their first Serie A clean sheet since September. Their last two league clashes at home have seen them score three and ship eight.