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Football accumulator tips for Sunday February 5: City can help land 17-2 acca

Ian Wilkerson's football fourfold pays out at over 17-2 with Hills

Manchester City will be looking to stay on Premier League leaders Arsenal's tail when they head to Tottenham in what is the highlight of a packed football schedule in Europe's top leagues on Sunday.

Leeds and Nottingham Forest also face off in the English top flight and, with plenty of games across the continent, we have come up with an 17-2 four-team acca to boost your chances of a profitable day.

All bets must be placed by 2pm on Sunday.

Racing Post football expert Ian Wilkerson has picked:

Reims to beat Auxerre

Lorient to beat Angers

Manchester City to beat Tottenham

Real Sociedad to beat Real Valladolid

Click to add Ian's football accumulator to your betslip with Hills, the fourfold pays just over 17-2

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Auxerre v Reims

Auxerre have lost seven games on the bounce in Ligue 1 and they could struggle again when they face Reims, who are unbeaten in their last 13 outings, drew at Paris St-Germain in their last away game and have been boosted by an impressive 4-2 midweek win over Lorient.

Lorient v Angers

Lorient lost to Reims in midweek but they have earned four points from their last two home Ligue 1 games against European challengers Monaco and Rennes, and they should have too much for Angers, who have won just twice in the league this season.

Tottenham v Manchester City

Manchester City have failed to score in four straight defeats at Tottenham's new stadium but the tide looks set to change. Pep Guardiola's men are desperate to close the gap on Arsenal and they can shine against a Spurs defence who have conceded at least twice in each of their last five home league games.

Real Sociedad v Real Valladolid

Real Sociedad have lost just one of their last eight La Liga home matches and they should be far too strong for Valladolid, who have failed to score in their last five league away games and lost seven of their last eight on the road.

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Published on 4 February 2023Last updated 13:27, 4 February 2023