THE Bundesliga’s match of the day sees Leverkusen attempt to beat Dortmund at home for the first time since 2007.
Leverkusen have endured a slow start to the season while Dortmund have been in scintillating form and I’m taking Thomas Tuchel’s men draw no bet at 8-15 with Marathonbet.
Same price and bookie for Hertha Berlin at home to Hamburg who have new boss Markus Gisdol in charge for the first time following the sacking of Bruno Labbadia.
Four straight defeats cost Labbadia his job and while I’m wary of the new boss bounce Hertha are pretty strong at home and their only defeat this season was at Bayern Munich.
Completing the treble is top v bottom in the Swiss Super League. Basel were swatted aside by Arsenal on Euro duty in midweek but are dominant on the domestic scene and are 8-11 at Ladbrokes on the minus one handicap at home to Thun who are winless in five including four defeats.
For goals, early Belgian table-toppers Zulte have seen both teams score in four of their last five and welcome Charleroi whose ratio is four of the last six. The previous eight meetings of these sides at Zulte’s ground have seen goals at both ends and btts pays 13-19 at 188bet.
In Spain, only one Las Palmas game this season hasn’t had both teams scoring and their attacking style should see goals when they head to Osasuna where btts is 5-6 at Unibet.
Completing the treble, Portuguese side Nacional have found a bit of form with back-to-back wins ahead of Porto’s visit. Porto’s previous four league trips to Nacional have brought up btts and same again is 23-18 at Unibet.
Euro Btts Treble
Zulte v Charleroi (5pm)
Osasuna v Las Palmas (5.30pm)
Nacional v Porto (8.30pm)
Hertha Berlin draw no bet (2.30pm)
Dortmund draw no bet (5.30pm)
Basel -1 (7pm)