It’s the last weekend of football before the next international break and this week we’re having a small stakes 8-fold accumulator on over 2.5 goals.
The matches are…….
Dortmund V Bayern Munich (17.30, Sat)
Liverpool V Fulham (12.00, Sun)
Chelsea V Everton (14.15, Sun)
Arsenal V Wolves (16.30, Sun)
Barcelona V Betis (15.15, Sun)
Celta Vigo V Real Madrid (19.45, Sun)
AC Milan V Juventus (19.30, Sun)
Monaco V PSG (20.00, Sun)
……………. and the 8-fold pays £25.56 for a £1.00 bet with Betfair. This isn’t one of our official free tip bets, it is just a couple of quid bet for a bit of fun and value. More info can be found on our over/under 2.5 goals predictions page.
Starting in Germany, and top of the table Dortmund are hosting defending Champions Bayern at Signal Iduna Park (the only Saturday kick off on our list). Bayern are in third place, 4 points behind Dortmund, and will be looking for a win to close the gap.
Even though the champions haven’t been in top form, they don’t do 0-0 draws, and it’s hard to not see Dortmund finding the net as well, they have scored 30 goals in their 10 Bundesliga matched so far this season.
All three of the English matches kick off on Sunday. Liverpool look set to add to Fulham’s woes, and will probably complete over 2.5 on their own. Chelsea are on a roll, and although Everton won’t be easy, it has a look of 2-1 about it. While Arsenal should dispatch Wolves 3-0 or 3-1.
Moving onto Milan V Juventus, kicking off at 7.30pm on Sunday. This is 4th against 1st. Goals haven’t been difficult to come by for Juve this season. Their 11 Serie A matches so far have yielded 32 goals, 24 for, and 8 against. Milan’s matches have seen a total of 35 goals, 21 for, and 14 against.
Onto Spain, and Barcelona are top of La Liga with 31 goals from 11 matches. Their last 2 league matches have seen 11 goals alone scored, beating Real 5-1, and Rayo Vallecano 3-2.
Real on the other hand have been struggling. They currently sit 6th in the league, with 17 points, 7 behind Barca. Since the 5-1 thrashing by Barca, Los Blancos have changed their manager, and this has seen an upturn in results, albeit against inferior opposition.
In the 3 matches since the sacking of Julen Lopetegui, Madrid have won 4-0 (Melilla in Copa Del Rey), 2-0 over Real Valladolid in La Liga, and 5-0 over Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League.
The last match we are including in our over 2.5 goals acca is Monaco V PSG. What can I say about this!! Monaco are second bottom on 7 points, with just 1 win from 12 matches. Paris sit top with 12 wins from 12, scoring 41 goals in the process. Can see nothing other than a landslide win for the current champions.