Werder Bremen, Spartak Moscow and Atlanta United part of our 45/1 Saturday acca

The weekend is finally here so to celebrate, we’ve compiled a six-fold 45/1 accumulator to get your Saturday off to a flyer.

Leagues across the continent are beginning to get underway meaning the betting opportunities are finally becoming more appealing.

With that in mind, here's a look at our 45/1 accumulator.

Shakhtar Donetsk vs FC Inhulets Petrove

It's always important to get your acca off to a good start. To make sure that happens with our 45/1 shot, we begin with an overwhelming favourite over in eastern Europe. 

The Ukrainian Premier League returns this weekend as Shakhtar Donetsk take on Inhulets Petrove in a potentially exciting evening game.

Shakhtar are priced at 1/8 but that shouldn't come as a surprise considering the 13-time league champions have won all three head-to-heads without conceding a goal.

The price may not be thrilling but this game is a solid addition to our big Saturday accumulator.

TIP: Shakhtar Donetsk to win at 1/9

Rubin Kazan vs Spartak Moscow

Spartak Moscow managed to clinch a Champions League qualifying spot in the dying moments of the previous campaign.

Rubin Kazan, on the other hand, bagged a fourth-placed finish.

A close game is expected but there is one stat which edges our attention in the direction of Spartak.

Rui Vitoria's side have won three of their last four competitive games in Kazan. What's more, the two teams met ten days ago in a friendly which was won 4-0 by the Moscow outfit.

At 11/10, the Red and Whites offer great value.

TIP: Spartak Moscow to win at 11/10

Dinamo Minsk vs Vitebsk

Our next tip is in keeping with the eastern European theme.

We head over to Belarus where Dinamo Minsk take on Vitebsk in a league clash.

The Minsk outfit have won four consecutive games and are in great form. Vitebsk, meanwhile, are struggling for consistency having won two, drew two and lost two of their last six competitive games.

Considering Dinamo's form, it's no surprise to see them priced at 2/5 in the outright market. Nevertheless, they should prove to be another solid addition to our acca.

TIP: Dinamo Minsk to win at 2/5

Legia Warsaw vs Wisla Plock

Here's where our bet gets a little more ambitious.

Legia Warsaw will be looking to kick-off the defence of their title in style when they take on Wisla Plock.

The Warsaw outfit have been in action for a few weeks now but their slender wins in their Champions League qualifying campaign haven't exactly been convincing. 

Plock, meanwhile, will be looking to keep up their run of causing Legia problems whenever they arrive in Poland's capital.

This fixture has seen the both teams to score bet land four consecutive times when played in Warsaw. More interestingly, two of those games have seen both teams net goals in the opening 45 minutes.

With that in mind, we're backing that same bet again at the enticing price of 4/1.

TIP: Both teams to score in the first half at 4/1

Werder Bremen vs Hannover 96

It's no understatement to say that the second division in Germany is one of the most interesting leagues in Europe this year.

Two of its giants, Werder Bremen and Hannover 96, will go head-to-head in a much-anticipated Saturday night clash.

One thing that both sides have provided during pre-season are goals - a lot of goals!

Werder Bremen have bagged 18 goals in their last four games. Hannover, on the other hand, scored eight from five pre-season friendlies.

With both teams needing a confidence-boosting win, goals should be aplenty at the Weserstadion.

TIP: Both teams to score at 8/15

Atlanta United vs Columbus Crew

For our final tip, we go across the pond to the MLS.

Both Atlanta and Columbus have been involved in some high scoring contests over the last few weeks.

Columbus, for instance, have seen the both teams to score bet land in three of their last four games.

Atlanta, on the other hand, have seen the same bet land in two of their last three MLS encounters.

A nice 4/5 shot on that happening again rounds-off our 45/1 acca.

TIP: Both teams to score at 4/5

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