10 Matches To Bet On From Europe’s Top 5 Leagues
As is the case every week, there’s money to be made in football betting this weekend as we take a look at 10 of the best games to have a strike on in Europe, while also offering you our value bet in the tie. Without further ado, lets get straight into it!
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Leeds v Chelsea (Saturday)
Fulham vs Manchester City (Saturday)
Manchester City returned to winning ways in midweek, bulldozing their way past Southampton, defeating the Saints by a 5-2 scoreline. After their incredible win streak was ended by Manchester United last weekend, City look to be on the ascendency again. Pep Guardiola’s side do, however, have a second leg tie in the UEFA Champions League to think about next week, but as we saw in their last fixture, City have the luxury of making numerous changes to their preferred line-up and can still put out one of the fiercest teams in Europe.
Genoa v Udinese (Saturday)
Genoa are struggling to get into the top half of the Italian Serie A table again and find themselves winless in five league encounters. Udinese, on the other hand are on an incredible four-game unbeaten run and have suffered just one loss in their last nine matches. That sole defeat in that run came away to Roma, who has been unbeaten at their turf at the time.
Torino v Inter Milan (Sunday)
Torino are currently languishing in the relegation zone, having won just one of their last 10 matches in Italy’s top flight. Inter Milan, on the other hand, are in a rich vein of form, having gone unbeaten in their last 10 games in the Serie A, registering eight wins. In that remarkable run, the Nerazzurri have scored 22 goals, with Romelu Lukaku enjoying the lion’s share, while the club have also kept seven clean sheets. Antonio Conte’s title-chasers have also won their last three meetings with the Turin outfit.
Borussia Dortmund v Hertha Berlin (Saturday)
Borussia Dortmund are unbeaten in their last five Bundesliga matches at Signal Iduna Park, while goal-machine Erling Haaland has scored twice in each of BVB’s last two games. The Norwegian sensation tormented Hertha when the sides met at the Olympiastadion in November, netting four times in a thrilling 5-2 win. That result was Dortmund’s fourth straight win over Hertha and Edin Terzic’s side will look to pile more misery on the Old Lady, who have failed to win on their last eight travels.
Wolfsburg v Schalke (Saturday)
In what should prove to be one of the easiest games to call this weekend, Wolfsburg host the bottom placed side in the German Bundesliga, Schalke. The hosts are third on the log standings, are unbeaten at their turf, and haven’t conceded a goal at home in three matches. Schalke, on the other hand, are yet to claim their first victory of the campaign away from home and have shipped in a league-high 35 goals in just 11 away matchups.
Getafe v Atletico Madrid (Saturday)
Atletico Madrid moved back up to six points clear at the top of the Spanish La Liga after beating Athletic Bilbao 2-1 in their catch-up game in midweek. Diego Simeone now has more wins than any other coach in the club’s history, while he’s also on course to snatch another league title. Away from home, Atletico are unbeaten in seven outings, winning six of those encounters. Meanwhile, Getafe have lost five of their last six league games.
Sevilla v Real Betis (Sunday)
Sevilla’s undivided attention will now be on the Spanish La Liga after Julen Lopetegui’s men crashed out of the UEFA Champions League in midweek at the hands of Borussia Dortmund. In the league, the hosts have lost back to back matches, but prior to that, Sevilla had won six games in a row. Currently, it is Real Betis who are on an impressive win streak, notching up four successive victories.
Rennes v Strasbourg (Sunday)
Rennes have been below par since the start of this season. They finished third last term and are 10th after 28 games this time around. The Red and Blacks have also lost six matches on the bounce coming into this tie. Strasbourg are unbeaten in their last four matches including an impressive victory against Monaco last weekend.
Paris Saint-Germain v Nantes (Sunday)
Nantes look like a certainty to drop down to the French Ligue 2 after enduring a run of just one win in 19 league matches. On a more positive note for the visitors, they have managed to score a goal in each of their last four games. Paris Saint-Germain will be on a high after knocking Barcelona out of the UEFA Champions League in midweek, and with Neymar potentially return, it could get ugly for the visiting team.