Aug 27: Scott Allot’s European Tips

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THE Bundesliga is back and Borussia Dortmund are again the main challengers to Bayern Munich’s dominance.

A busy summer of transfer ins and outs hasn’t diluted Dortmund’s quality and with goal machine Pierre-Emerick Aybemeyang still the spearhead in attack and they should start with a win at home to Mainz today which pays 4-11 at William Hill.

In Spain, Real Madrid are likely to be again be without Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema but Gareth Bale and Co fared fine without them in last week’s opener, winning 3-0 at Real Sociedad.

Celta Vigo are the visitors to the Bernabeu today on the back of defeat to newly-promoted Leganes and Real can win with a bit to spare, so the minus one handicap is on my line at 4-7 with Ladbrokes.

And in France, Lyon look to continue their perfect start when they head to new boys Dijon who’ve lost both their top-flight outings 1-0 this season.

Lyon have netted five without conceding and with hitman Alexandre Lacazette fit and firing they’re worth a look at 4-5 with Betway.

On the goals front, Eibar and Valencia both scored in opening La Liga defeats last weekend and btts has a decent chance when the meet today at 10-11 with William Hill.

Italian rivals Napoli and Milan also began in a blaze of goals last week and six of Milan’s last seven visits to Naples have seen both teams score, with a repeat today paying 4-5 at 10bet.

Complete the treble with Unibet‘s 4-5 on goals at both ends when Willem – all three of their Eredivisie games this term have gone btts and over 2.5 – host Roda who’ve only failed to score once.

Euro Treble

Dortmund (2.30pm)

Lyon (4pm)

Real Madrid -1 (7.15pm)

(11-4, Betway)

Euro Btts Treble

Eibar v Valencia (5.15pm)

Willem v Roda (5.30pm)

Napoli v AC Milan (7.45pm)

(5-1, 188bet)

 

1 Comment
  1. Profile photo of saintmatty
    saintmatty 3 months ago

    Posted on Wednesday
    Saturday Double
     
    Lyon
    Schalke

    7 points @ WH just over 3/1

    Lyon are away to newly promoted dijon who have lost both games this season 1-0. Lyon are yet to concede and seem value at their current price.
    Schalke – Despite losing sane they have recruited well this summer, with embolo joining and scoring on his debut in the cup. Frankfurt narrowly avoided relegation last season and I expect schalke to challenge for a champions league position this season with their new coach. Again this bet seems like a good value as a single on its own at 6/5 (various places). although recent head to heads favour frankfurt I still think schalke will win this one.

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