After the UCL and Europa League football, club action continues this weekend with over 1500 games to choose from.
Apart from selecting the right (best) games for your bet slip, there’s also the headache of choosing the right market to put your money in.
That’s why we’ve combed through some of the available games this weekend and we’ll be looking at 10 of them and the possible ways you can make money from them.
TP Mazembe vs. 1º de Agosto
The CAF Champions League has entered the knockout stages. Only one of the remaining teams will represent Africa at the FIFA Club World Cup in December. While the other games featured goals in the first leg, this game was the only one that ended in a 0-0 draw. What this means is that any of these teams still stands a chance of progressing to the quarter-final.
Schalke vs. Bayern Munich
Two of the best sides from the 2017/2018 Bundesliga season face each other this weekend. Schalke who finished second last season is yet to win a game this season unlike the Bavarians who have won all three league games played.
Will the trend continue this weekend?
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Fulham vs. Watford
Fulham has conceded the most amount of goals this season already (12 – an average of two goals per game). It could get worse when they welcome Watford (fourth-joint highest goal scorers in the league so far with 10 goals).
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Fiorentina vs. SPAL
SPAL may not be the most popular club in Italy but they’re already making early strides in the Serie A. After four games played, they’re second on the table, sitting just three points behind Juventus. They’ve scored just 4 goals and have conceded just one since the 18/19 season began.
Will SPAL be able to keep the Florence boys at bay?
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Celta Vigo vs. Valladolid
The home side has only lost one of their four league games this season, Valladolid on the other hand, is yet to register their first win of the season. They’re yet to even score their first goal of the season.
Leeds vs. Birmingham
Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds remain the only unbeaten side going into the 9th round of games in the English Championship. They take on the league’s lowest scoring side, Birmingham, who have not won an away game in the league this season. With Leeds conceding just one goal at home this season, looks like a comfortable win for the table toppers… Or not?
Which of these games will you be adding to your bet slip this weekend? Will you be playing all these games in one accumulator? Share tour thoughts with us by leaving us your comments. We’d love to hear from you.