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| 17.11.2012

Hoffenheim to beat Wolfsburg @ 13/10

Hoffenheim host struggling Wolfsburg in Sinsheim, with three points a value commodity for both sides in the battle to fight relegation from the Bundesliga.

The home side haven’t lost on their own pitch since the first day of September, whilst the visitors have won just once from five away trips.

Home advantage is key when it comes to crunch fixtures and with this one hugely important for both, I would back Hoffenheim to sneak the win.

Atlético Madrid to beat Granada @ 8/11

Atlético’s recent 2-0 defeats to both Valencia in La Liga and Acad. Coimbra in the Europa League marked the Spanish capital club’s first losses of the season.

Diego Simeone’s impressive side responded to back-to-back defeats last time out when they reversed this peculiarly familiar scoreline with a 2-0 triumph at home to Getafe.

Granada have lost four of their last five, and with Atlético winning on two of their three visits to Granada’s Los Cármenes Stadium, the away side look set to triumph here again.

Marseille to draw with Bordeaux @ 21/10

Another tight encounter looks in store when Ligue 1’s second-place Marseille travel to face Bordeaux, who currently lie in sixth spot.

Marseille have picked up a point on four of their last five trips to Bordeaux, and another share of the spoils looks the best bet here in what is historically quite a low scoring affair.

The hosts are yet to lose on home soil but have had to settle for three draws on their own patch, whilst Marseille have got the best away record in the league with four wins from six.

Sevilla to draw with Real Betis @ 11/4

Just four points separate Sevilla and Real Betis in La Liga when they go head-to-head at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, with a winner hard to call.

The two clubs are in identical form over the last five games, having both picked up two wins, two defeats and one draw.

Curiously they have also got the same record of three wins, one draw and one defeat – Sevilla at home and Betis away – which increases the belief that a stalemate is the mostly likely outcome when these mirror-image sides face off.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



Jamie Dickenson