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Serie A Saturday Accumulator: AC Milan & Inter Milan in 14/1 acca

Napoli have a huge advantage at the summit of Serie A but the battle at the bottom and the race for the European places still have a long way to go in Italy's top flight this term and there are more key games on the cards this weekend.

We have taken a look at the three matches taking place in Serie A on Saturday and put together a three-fold acca with odds of 14/1.

Saturday three-fold acca:

Bologna to beat Sampdoria @ 11/8 

Monza or draw double chance vs AC Milan @ 7/10 

Inter Milan to win & under 2.5 goals v Udinese @ 11/4

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Bologna a solid bet away to struggling Sampdoria

WhatSampdoria vs Bologna
WhereStadio Luigi Ferraris, Sampdoria
When14.00, Saturday 18th February
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights
OddsSampdoria 9/4, Draw 21/10, Bologna 11/8

Time is running out for Sampdoria in Serie A with the club from Genoa eight points adrift of safety heading into this weekend's batch of matches. 

Down in 19th spot in the Serie A standings, Sampdoria have lost 15 of their 22 league assignments this season, although they have shown some resistance since the start of the month. 

Sampdoria have managed to salvage draws from each of their two games in February, firstly earning a 2-2 draw away to Monza before holding Inter Milan to a goalless stalemate on home soil. 

But they allowed their opponents a combined 42 shots across those two matches and Monza saw 72 percent of the ball, while Inter racked up 66 percent possession in their draw. 

Playing that way consistently will inevitably lead to defeats and Bologna are worth chancing at a decent price of 11/8 to beat Sampdoria on Saturday.  

Bologna are unlikely to push for the European places in Serie A but they have established themselves in the mid-table positions and have won two of their last three contests against Spezia and Fiorentina.

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Monza can hold their own against inconsistent Milan

WhatMonza vs AC Milan
WhereStadio Brianteo, Monza
When17.00, Saturday 18th February
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights & BT Sport 2
OddsMonza 11/4, Draw 23/10, AC Milan 11/10

Successive 1-0 wins over Torino and Tottenham in Serie A and the Champions League may suggest AC Milan have got their campaign back on track but there are still issues in Stefano Pioli's team, who have been dealing with a number of absences recently. 

Tuesday's win over Spurs was particularly impressive from the Rossoneri with Malick Thiaw contributing to a fine defensive performance which saw them shut out the likes of Harry Kane and Dejan Kulusevski. 

But it is worth noting Milan did not create a lot themselves and have scored only four times in their last six matches in all competitions. 

It is asking a lot of 36-year-old Olivier Giroud to continuously lead the line and while there is a bit of a break between now and the second leg with Tottenham, it is unlikely Milan will be at their sharpest when they head to Monza on Saturday. 

Nestled in the mid-table positions, Monza can be slippery opponents and since the start of the year, they have held Fiorentina and Inter to draws and beaten Juventus in Serie A. 

Milan have failed to win seven of their 11 matches on the road in the league this term and Monza are worth a bet to avoid defeat in this one at 7/10

Inter can grind out another key league victory

WhatInter Milan vs Udinese
WhereSan Siro, Milan
When19.45, Saturday 18th February
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights & BT Sport 1
OddsInter Milan 1/2, Draw 10/3, Udinese 11/2 

The Scudetto is arguably out of reach for Inter Milan now but they cannot rest on their laurels with the chasing pack of Atalanta, Roma and AC Milan hot on their heels in their pursuit of the Champions League places. 

Inter could have one eye on next Wednesday's Champions League encounter with Porto but the need for points in Serie A is intensifying, especially after the Milan outfit were held to a 0-0 draw by Sampdoria last time out in the league. 

Inter were not prolific enough in that game, having managed 25 shots but steering only five on target, but that feels like an anomalous result given they had won three games on the spin in all competitions beforehand. 

They are pretty defensively sound with only 26 goals shipped in 22 matches and they are worth a bet to grind out another low-scoring victory against Udinese.

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