Barcelona and Chicago Fire the ones to back in our Sunday night acca

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Marseille vs Bordeaux

Marseille's victory over Montpellier last weekend was full of drama, thuggery and controversy.

Despite fans throwing projectiles at players, it was Dimitri Payet's late winner which helped his side to a 3-2 win.

Marseille's players react after scoring a goal during the French L1 football match between Montpellier and Marseille at the Mosson stadium in Montpellier

Jorge Sampaoli's side will now be looking to maintain their 100% record when they welcome Bordeaux.

Les Girondins got off to a rotten start having lost 2-0 to Clermont in their season opener. What's worse, Bordeaux haven't won away in Marseille in 14 attempts.

With that in mind, the hosts are the team to back in the outright market.

Torino vs Cremonese

With Torino the overwhelming favourites in this Coppa Italia clash, it may be worth taking a look at the goals market.

More specifically, we're looking at the possibility of the visitors getting on the scoreboard this Sunday night.

Torino FC player Wilfried Singo, AZ player Jesper Karlsson during the match

Cremonese are certainly no pushovers. Towards the end of the previous Serie B season, they scored at least once in nine of their 11 games.

That scoring run has continued during pre-season with the club getting on the score sheet in all of their friendlies.

With that in mind, our second acca tip is to back the visitors in the over 0.5 goals market at 8/15.

Rubin Kazan vs Samara

After failing to qualify for the Europa Conference League, Rubin Kazan will turn their full attention to the Russian Premier League.

Leonid Slutsky's men have enjoyed a perfect start to their league campaign with three wins from three - a run that leaves them joint top of the table with Zenit St Petersburg.

Samara, on the other hand, have endured the complete opposite of a perfect start following three defeats in three games.

The hosts are priced at 29/20 and they're our nap in this Sunday night fixture.

Barcelona vs Real Sociedad

It's the dawn of a new era at Barcelona as they prepare to start the new season without club great, Lionel Messi.

For years, this has been a side that revolved around the Argentine player. Every tactic, strategy and gameplay was created with Messi in-mind.

Memphis Depay prior the Trofeu Joan Gamper match between FC Barcelona and Juventus FC at Estadi Johan Cruyff in Sant Joan Despi, Spain

The beginning of this new era certainly won't be easy as Barca welcome Real Sociedad to the Camp Nou. Sociedad finished fifth last term and are unbeaten in previous six away season openers.

Despite their encouraging progression, there is no way we can back the Basque club due their horrendous run of results at the Camp Nou.

Sociedad have lost 25 straight games at this venue. Their last draw came in 1995 while their last win was in 1991.

Barcelona may be weakened but they're our pick at 4/6.

Chicago Fire vs Columbus Crew

Following a run of three straight defeats, Columbus Crew have been slipping down the MLS standings.

Throughout those defeats, Caleb Porter's side managed to scored five goals. However, their leaky defence has also conceded a total of eight during this period.

With that in mind, this is an opportunity for Chicago Fire to make it back-to-back wins in the Eastern Conference.

Chicago Fire midfielder Luka Stojanovic (8) celebrates team's 2-1 win over the New York Red Bulls

Raphael Wicky's men looked impressive in their 2-1 win over New York Red Bulls and they are eyeing a late push for the play-offs.

Fire are the ones to back in this one.

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