Over 2.5 Goals Predictions – Sunday 5-fold acca

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We are expecting goals at the Emirates today.

There’s plenty of exciting matches this Sunday for our regular football tips, and 5 of them are making up our over 2.5 goals predictions for today.

We have spread the net far and wide across Europe for this one, with matches from England, Germany, Switzerland, Spain and France.

Over 2.5 Goals Predictions

– Arsenal V Tottenham @ 11/20 – 2.05pm
– RB Leipzig V Borussia Monchengladbach @ 1/2 – 2.30pm
– FC Basel V Young Boys @ 4/9 – 3pm
– Barcelona V Villarreal @ 2/7 – 5.30
– Bordeaux V PSG @ 1/2 – 8pm

The 5-fold pays just under 5.5/1. So for a £10 bet, the return would be £64.70 (including your tenner).

Arsenal V Spurs has a look of 2-1 either way about it. I was tempted to throw Liverpool V Everton in as well, as 2-1 to the Reds looks a good shout to me.

Leipzig and Monchengladbach are both enjoying excellent seasons, and this a top of the table clash in the Bundasliga.

Second placed Monchengladbach have 30 goals from their 12 matches so far, conceding 14. Leipzig have a 22:10 record from their 12 matches, and sit in fifth place. This one has goals written all over it.

Another match that smells of goals is FC Basel V Young Boys. Alongside the match in Germany, this could be an excellent over 3.5 goals double. Over 3.5 goals in Germany pays 5/4, with Basel V Young Boys priced up at 23/20.

In Spain, Villarreal sit just one place above the relegation zone, and while they have only conceded 14 goals in 13 matches, their opponents, Barcelona, have scored 35 goals this term. 26 at home, in just 7 matches at the Nou Camp.

PSG have scored 46 goals in 14 Ligue 1 matches this season. Bordeaux haven’t been anybodies whipping boy though this season. They sit in mid table (12th place), with a modest goal record of 14 scored, and 15 conceded from their 14 matches.

While that doesn’t suggest a goal fest from Bordeaux’s perspective, they are playing a team averaging over 3 goals a match. PSG only won 1-0 last weekend at home to Toulouse, but they didn’t have Neymar on Mbappe playing.

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