The international break in the world of football started this week.
From Brazil’s 1-1 draw against Senegal, and Belgium becoming the first team to qualify for Euro 2020, it’s been eventful so far. And the drama is set to continue well into the weekend with some upcoming mouth-watering clashes.
This means there’s plenty to bet on in the world of international football this weekend. However, if you’re looking for more to bet your money on this weekend, here are four promising football leagues:
Serie A (Brazil)
This weekend will feature Round 25 of the premier football league in Brazil. 10 games will be played in this round, featuring all the teams in the league.
One of the teams to look out for is Flamengo. They’re top of the table, having scored the most goals in the league so far this season – 51 goals, an average of two goals per game.
League One (England)
The Premier League and the English Championship will be on break. England’s third tier of club football will, however, feature action between select sides this weekend. While some games have been postponed already, there are seven League One games to choose from this weekend.
Click here to find the list of games to bet on and enjoy massive wins this weekend.
If you’re looking to back the goals, Peterborough is the team to look out for. They’ve scored 13 goals in their last five games, with four of their last five league games featuring Over 3,5 Goals.
La Liga2 (Spain)
The Camp Nou and the Santiago Bernabeu will be quiet this weekend. But other match centres across Spain will be filled with fans as they watch their favorite teams battle for points in the La Liga2 this weekend.
The league has just started out – 10 games from a possible 42 – and a number of teams have taken the early lead on the log table. Cadiz and Almeria are first and second on the table respectively. Although they’re separated by seven points, they’ve scored the same amount of goals (16).
Venezuela Primera Division
It’s not the most popular football league in Central America. But with 13 games played, the table is taking shape nicely, with team taking the early lead and others on their way to relegation.
In Round 13, five of the nine games played were won by the away team. The opposite was the case in the 12th Round, with seven of the nine games ending in with the home teams as winners. Six of the nine games in Round 14 ended with both teams scoring.
Your television screens may not be as exciting this weekend because of the international break. You can, however, spice it up this weekend by browsing through these leagues, creating that perfect accumulator, placing your bets and winning big.