We've scoured the European leagues to find a 'banker' 7-fold that pays a huge £763 from a £20 stake.
From the Premier League to the Danish Superliga, we've collated all the most in-form teams in Europe to build a whopping 38/1 acca for the weekend. Back the accumulator here! Currently best-price with BetVictor so utilise their sign-up offer below if you don't have an account.Feyenoord v Ajax
Europe’s most in-form side is currently Feyenoord, who have a 100% record in their nine Eredivisie games this season. They’re 13/10 to beat second-place Ajax at home on Sunday (13:30 kick off).Arsenal v Middlesbrough
Despite constant criticism, Arsene Wenger has only suffered one defeat in the last eight months at Arsenal and has won six Premier League games on the trot. The Gunners face newly promoted Middlesbrough at The Emirates on Saturday (15:00) and are our second selection at 1/4.Partizan v Radnicki Nis
Serbian SuperLiga giants Partizan Belgrade have also won six league games on the bounce and face fourth-place Radnicki Nis at home on Saturday at 18:00. They’re best-price 3/10 to win the game.Belenses v Benfica
Benfica have won six of seven Primeira Liga matches this term, including their last five, and travel to a Belenses side that sit 10 points below them. A banker at 4/9 surely? Sunday 20:15 kick off.Slavia Prague v Slovacko
Off to the ePojisteni.cz liga (where else?) for our fifth selection of the weekend. Slavia Prague are another side on a hot streak having collected all three points in their last five matches. Saturday 19:05 kick off.Lyngby v SoenderjyskE
Having not won in their opening eight Danish Superliga games, SoenderjyskE have won their last five and we pray this continues here. The game is on Saturday at 15:00 and SoenderjyskE look great value at 17/10.Metz v Nice
Mario Balotelli’s Nice current sit pretty at the top of Ligue 1, four points clear of PSG. Having won their last four, we fancy them to make light work of a trip to Metz. They’re 11/10 to do so. Sunday 16:00.