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  1. Tottenham vs. Everton Against all odds, Tottenham find themselves heading to a CL final for the first time ever. I think the market slightly overreacted to their win here though. The players will be emotionally and physically drained from Wednesday's match, and they're now up against an in-form Everton side, and will have to play without both Son and Kane among others. I think Everton have a pretty decent chance of getting something from this match. Lay Tottenham @ 2.22 with Betfair - 4 Units
  2. Burnley vs. Arsenal I think the prices are way off here. We all know Arsenal's away form has been extremely poor this season (2 away wins in their last 14, including 7 losses), and they just played a tiring away match in Valencia just two days ago and have booked their spot in the EL final, which is going to be their biggest game of the season since it's now their only shot at playing CL football next season. They may not risk some players during this match against a tough Burnley side, and I don't think they'll be killing themselves out there seeing as they don't really have anything to
  3. Newcastle vs. Liverpool I really don't see Liverpool winning this game comfortably. They've only had 3 days to prepare for this match and they will surely be tired both physically and emotionally after their 3-0 away defeat to Barcelona last Wednesday. I think they'll be looking to get the job done and I see them winning this game 0-1 or so. They haven't exactly blown teams out of the water away from home in the EPL this season as they've only beaten two teams by 2+ goals away from home all season. As for Newcastle, they've won 6 of their last 7 home matches, including a 2-1 win ove
  4. Lazio vs. Atalanta Two teams going head to head here competing for a Champions League spot. Gasperini's Atalanta have been a surprise package this season and play some of the most entertaining attacking football in the league. Before their last home match, Lazio had only lost to Juventus, Inter, and Napoli this season, but then they surprisingly and disappointingly lost to a Chievo team that is dead last in the league with only 15 points to their name in 34 matches. Their home form has generally been decent (7th best in the league) but their results against the teams in the league h
  5. Empoli vs. Fiorentina Going for goals here for obvious reasons. Despite Empoli being a very good attacking team (especially at home), they're currently in the relegation zone, 4 points below Udinese due to their very poor defense. Surprisingly, despite being 18th in the league with only two matches remaining, Empoli's xG at home this season is the 6th best in the league, but their xGA is the 2nd worst, which is why they've been struggling. They've only failed to score three times - against Inter, Roma, and Lazio, and have kept just two clean sheets all season. Fiorentina, on the
  6. Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace The Gunners are chasing a CL spot in what is a very tight race, and a win today would see them go third and above Spurs for the first time this season if I'm not mistaken. Arsenal's home form this season has been incredible, with 10 consecutive home wins in the EPL so far and only one loss against City on the opening day and two draws against Liverpool and Wolves. I think we're going to see another win here in what is a must-win game for them if they want to get one step closer to qualifying for the CL, especially given their away form, what has been rathe
  7. Bologna vs. Sampdoria Bologna head into this match just two points above the relegation zone. They seemed destined for relegation under Inzaghi but they've taken a more attacking approach and have definitely improved a lot overall since Mihajlovic took over at the end of January. They had won just two games from twenty-one under Inzaghi and have since won They're in good form with 4 wins, 1 draw, and 1 defeat in their last 6 matches and have scored 7 goals in their last three home matches, winning all three. As for Sampdoria, they've won 3 and lost 3 from their last 6, and hav
  8. Yeah, I'm taking the exact same bet here. Barcelona are just too good at home, especially in the CL. They've defeated the likes of Lyon, Inter, Roma, Chelsea, Juventus, and PSG over the past two years by more than one goal, and the majority of these teams are better than this United side, in my opinion. They also haven't conceded more than one goal at the Camp Nou in the CL in the past 30 games. And if we look at the first leg, I think Barcelona never got out of 2nd gear and United had ZERO shots on target. With United struggling recently and needing to score, coupled with the fact that B
  9. Roma vs. Udinese Claudio Ranieri is already under a bit of pressure with two losses, a draw, and one win since his arrival. The club and fans alike are definitely expecting to reach 4th for that CL spot and it will be tough with still the likes of Inter away and Juve at home still left to play, so they'll really need to get maximum points in matches like these vs. Udinese. While Udinese have been pretty dreadful away from home this season, they are on a good run since Igor Tudor took over, with two wins and a draw from his opening three games and have managed to score 6 goals in thos
  10. Bournemouth vs. Burnley I feel like Bournemouth are slightly underrated in this match. While both teams aren't in the best of form, Bournemouth's home form is completely different from their away form. As for Burnley, they went on a great run of 5 wins and 3 draws but then they suffered 4 straight defeats before winning their last match against Wolves, which I feel is a factor in why the bookies might be overrating Burnley here but that win was at home, and while Wolves are great against the "Big Six", they actually have a very poor record against the bottom teams in the premier league.
  11. Juventus vs. AC Milan Juventus head into this match against AC Milan with a huge 18-point lead over second place Napoli and an incredible 29-point lead over AC Milan, indicative of the gulf in class between the two sides. Juventus are a team which does not seem to lack any motivation winning games even if they've pretty much won the league already and will want to maintain momentum heading into their first leg CL match away at Ajax on Wednesday. AC Milan had improved of late but now find themselves in a bad run of form having picked up just one point from their last three match
  12. Definitely agree, @vicsuna. This game has goals written all over it, and the prices exhibit that, but I would've expected a shorter price for BTTS than 1.8. Atalanta vs. Bologna Each side here is fighting for something; Atalanta for a CL spot and Bologna are fighting to avoid relegation. Both come into this match in good form with Atalanta winning 3 of their 4 and drawing 1, whereas Bologna have won their last 3, including an impressive 2-3 away win at Torino, especially considering the fact that only 4 teams have conceded fewer goals at home than Torino. In terms of stats:
  13. Roma vs. Fiorentina Both teams head into this match not in the best of form; Roma have 1 win and 4 losses in their last five matches in all competitions and Fiorentina have 3 draws and 2 losses in their last five matches. In terms of goals, this is where things get interesting: All 9 out of Roma's last 9 consecutive matches at home in Serie A have seen both teams score and 8 of them were Over 2.5. Roma have scored in 19 out of their 21 home matches in all competitions this season. Roma have scored in their last 16 consecutive matches in all competitions since a 1-0
  14. Frosinone vs. SPAL I'm going for a relatively low-key game considering the other clashes in Serie A this weekend, but I do see value in the goals market here. First of all, this is a must-win match for both these teams; Frosinone are currently 19th and are eight points away from 17th place Empoli with eleven matches left to play so if they are to have any chance of avoiding relegation then they have to win a winnable match like this one, whereas SPAL are 16th and only two points above the drop-zone, so this is equally a must-win match for them. In terms of goals, in Frosinone's
  15. Sevilla vs. Real Sociedad Sorry, this is a very late preview with under an hour left for kick-off. Real Sociedad are simply a tough team to beat. Since their change of coach last December, they've won 4, drawn 6, and lost just once last week against Atletico Madrid. So that's one loss in eleven matches since the start of the year. They are the 4th best away side in La Liga so far this season, after the big 3. And they've lost only twice so far this season by more than one-goal margin - both times were against Atletico Madrid. Sevilla on the other hand, are struggling after it h
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