After a busy midweek of club football, the action continues this weekend across Europe. For some leagues, it’s the storm before the calm as they will be going on a break in a few weeks. For other leagues like the Premier League, it’s all about that notorious run till May.
As you gear up for all the excitement, here are some betting tips to help you make better informed guesses this weekend
1. Liverpool v Manchester United
It’s first versus sixth; an unbeaten side versus their eternal rivals. It’s not a derby but the bad blood between both rivals dates as far as back as can be remembers.
For all of the Red Devils terrible patch of form, they head into this one on the back of a quite good record at Anfield. Since 2011, United has only lost 4 times to the Reds at the Anfield Stadium. 3 of those meetings have ended in a draw, with United carrying the day in the 4 remaining games.
But since March this year, the Reds have only lost once at home (against Chelsea in the EFL Cup). They have picked things up from where they stopped last season with an unbeaten run.
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2. Torino v Juventus
The Old Lady is already running away with yet another Serie A title. They currently lead the standings with 8 points. And the league has not even reached the half-way stage yet.
On MatchDay 14, they survived the Inter Milan onslaught by winning 1-0. This time around, it will be a different ball game as Italy’s oldest derby, the “Derby della Mole” takes place in Turin. But it’s a derby that Juve has dominated in recent times (past 20 meetings: W17, D2, L1).
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Allegri’s men have kept a clean sheet in 53% of their Serie A games this season. Torino may just find life hard for themselves this week.
3. Lyon v Monaco
It’s a French Ligue 1 classic.
Thierry Henry’s Monaco is still trying to climb out of relegation waters. As for Lyon, closing the gap on PSG is the ultimate goal, after qualifying for the UCL knockout stages.
With the kind of bad of form they’ve had of late (losing 6 of their last 10 games), Monaco go into this one as huge outsiders. Add that to their long list of injuries and it seems like a game Lyon can’t lose.
Which team do you think will win this one? Will it end in a draw?
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So which of these games will you add to your bet slip this weekend? Share your comments with us and join the conversation.