10 Matches To Bet On From Europe’s Best Leagues
We’ve reached the climactic stage of the season as we draw the 2021/22 campaign to a close this weekend. In England, the race for the European spots heat up, while the relegation places are still unsettled across various other leagues in Europe. This leaves most clubs with all to play for on the final day as we tackle the Europe’s big five divisions, looking to end off the season with a winning 10-leg multiple.
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Leeds vs West Brom (Sunday)
Leeds have certainly lived up to the hype in recent weeks, entering the final week of Premier League football off the back of three successive victories. Marcelo Bielsa’s charges have also shown that they’re capable of keeping it tidy at the back, keeping back-to-back clean sheets in their wins against Burnley and Southampton. West Brom are winless in six matches and seem to have lost all hope of playing for pride.
Leicester City vs Tottenham (Sunday)
Leicester City are left to play catch-up on the final day of the Premier League season after losing to Chelsea in midweek. The Foxes now have a stern test against Tottenham, who have had hiccups of their own. Spurs lost their final home match of the season against Aston Villa in midweek, while Harry Kane left the stadium in tears as he prepares for life away from Tottenham. Leicester City have been impressive in the big games, most recently in the FA Cup final where they beat Chelsea 1-0.
Napoli vs Hellas Verona (Saturday)
Napoli host Hellas Verona in this must win encounter. If Napoli fail to win, they’re likely to be playing in the UEFA Europa League next season. Napoli have won their last three games, whilst Hellas Verona are winless in their last eight matches.
Bologna vs Juventus (Sunday)
A Champions League without Juventus will really be disastrous, not just for the club, but the competition won’t seem right without its all-time leading goal scorer in Cristiano Ronaldo. Juventus must win and hope other results go their way in order to make the Champions League. Bologna are winless in their last five games and really look like they have nothing to play for.
Borussia Dortmund vs Bayer Leverkusen (Saturday)
Dortmund missed out on the top two this season but have booked their ticket for next season’s UEFA Champions League, however, BVB have to win this match to seal third spot as they are tied on 61 points with Wolfsburg. Their form of six consecutive wins suggests they will collect maximum points in their last game.
Wolfsburg vs Mainz (Saturday)
Wolfsburg have their entry ticket confirmed for the Champions League. Defending has been their strong point this campaign and they also have a solid head-to-head record against their opponents, Mainz, who are 13th on the table. The hosts will be eying a win and hoping Dortmund slip up so they can get third spot.
Valladolid vs Atletico Madrid (Saturday)
Atletico Madrid will be looking to lift the Spanish La Liga title when they face their final stumbling block in the form of Valladolid. The hosts have had a dismal season and are winless in their last 11 league matches, including three defeats on the bounce. Atletico Madrid’s fate is in their own hands as they just need maximum points to claim top spot in Spain. Atletico Madrid also come into this clash in decent form, winning three of their last four encounters.
Real Madrid vs Villarreal (Saturday)
Real Madrid’s hopes of winning the Spanish La Liga title are hanging by a thread, coming into the final round of matches two points off the top. Real Madrid will want to at least play their part and ensure they push their local rivals right until the end. Los Blancos are undefeated in 17 league matches, while Villarreal will also have one eye set on their UEFA Europa League final against Manchester United.
Angers vs Lille (Sunday)
Lille will have the opportunity to win the French Ligue 1 for the first time since 2012 when they gear up to face Angers this Sunday. Lille have been fully deserving of their spot in Ligue 1 and come into this game off the back of a seven-game unbeaten run. Angers have lost five of their last six encounters and have nothing to play for in the final game.
Lyon vs Nice (Sunday)
Lyon will be going all-out for a spot in the top three, which would see them qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League. The hosts have been free-scoring of late, netting 12 goals in their past three matches, while they have also won five of their last six ties, including the last three in a row. Nice aren’t in the greatest form, losing three of their last five matches, while they also have nothing left to play for.