ALL over Europe there are games dotted about in the league and cups.

I'm starting my line with the two Premier League matches, Blackburn v Bolton and Wolves v Norwich.

I've previewed the games on the site so I won't go into boring detail. To sum up there could be plenty of goals at Ewood Park between two sides who can't buy a clean sheet while I reckon Wolves v Everton could be a score draw.

So moving on and I'm taking the Scottish Third Division clash between Peterhead and Berwick.
Pre-season title favourites Peterhead haven't won since April 20 so it's unlikely they will pick up the points against a side who have netted eight goals in their last two away games against Montrose and East Stirling.

Peterhead sit bottom with just six goals in six games but have showed signs of improvement. They only lost to a last-minute goals to leaders Stranraer at the weekend and have netted in their last four games.

The only other Scottish game to have survived the weather is Clyde v Elgin. Clyde won 3-0 against the Highlanders earlier in the season but since then Elgin have improved and are unbeaten in their last five league games.

Both teams have scored in their last six matches while Clyde have also showed signs of better things to come with a recent win against Berwick the highlight.

If you don't fancy the Clyde game or if it or Peterhead's go off look at any of the Dutch matches at Waallwjik, Sparta Rotterdam or Heracles.

Most of the Spanish Cup games look one-sided while it's difficult to work out what strenth of line-up the likes of Bayern Munich and Dortmund will put out at Bochum and Dusseldorf respectively.

If Bayern are weakened in any way their clash at Bochum could one to look at for goals with the lower-league side netting nine in their last three games against opposition not of Bayern's standard.

The one continental game I'm sure about is Nancy v Marseille in the French league. Nancy have lost just twice at home this season and should make it tough for a Marseille outfit striving desperately to get back into the title race.

Their last four games have featured both to score while Marseille have won their last three on the road including a fine 3-2 European success at Dortmund.

Both teams to score

Blackburn v Bolton (8.0)

Wolves v Norwich (7.45)

Clyde v Elgin (7.45)

Peterhead v Berwick (7.45)

Nancy v Marseille (8.0)

Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)

Pays a biggest £133.40 to a £10 stake at bet365

2 Comments
  1. Tony 9 years ago

    Got a treble up out of them Paul. As you know Ladbrokes shops are scared of this market and miss lots of games out. I was left with Blackburn. Wolves. Marseille.
    And unfortunately we can’t all have the benefits of ‘online accounts’ cos my Mrs will go spare. You know how it goes fellas.

    • Mr Fixit 9 years ago

      Tony, I’m not in shops that often these days to be honest but it would be worthwhile asking a Ladbrokes manager if you can write the games that are on the net but not on the coupon on a racing slip. You should be able to have the bet if they’ve priced them up. Obviously, not getting Peterhead v Berwick helped you last night although I did notice on a quick visit to a William Hill shop that all the SFL matches were on their both teams to score coupon.

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