Its a cray day with full cards in English, Holland, Germany and Spain as the leagues reach conclusion. I Had hoped to continue the total goals winners but Skybet aren't offering them or have them set the goal total ridiculously high.
In England there's just the small matter of the title to be decided and other than that its end of season affairs that should deliver goals. West Ham will be looking for a top 10 finish against FA cup finalists Watford who are expected to rest a few key players and Crystal palace should avoid defeat against Bournemouth
Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth 3pm
Watford vs West Ham 3pm
Its been a strong end to the season for Palace wo have only lost one of their last 5 and that was against City. the beat Arsenal away, draw against an improved Everton and won 3-2 away at Cardiff last week. Can't see them losing at home to a Bournemouth side who have lost 10 of their last 13 on the road. Palace are in good shape scoring goals and their key men are performing.
West Ham are another side who are finishing the season strongly and they look big odds to avoid defeat at a Watford side who will have both eyes on the FA cup final. They are expected to rest a few players and with West Ham keen to secure a top 10 finish, I think they'll avoid defeat here today.
- Crystal palace / West Ham Double Chance
- 11/10 (Ladbrokes) (NAP)
La Liga – 10 matches 5.30pm
Its the penultimate round of fixtures in Spain with a full card kicking off at 5.30pm this evening. Some big scorers playing a home and Skybet have set the total goals market at 30 which means we need an avg of three goal per game, however I like to look at it through a different lens , you don't need to reply in every game seeing three goals
With 10 matches its guaranteed we'll see at least 3 or 4 of these games seeing 4 or more goals (like we did in Serie B)
Happy to take 30+ goals especially with plenty at stake for a number of the sides
- La Liga 30+ goals to be scored
- 1/1 (Skybet)
Plenty of first half goals and over 1.5 goal bets from across Europe today (Germany 2.30pm – Norway 5pm)