A St Etienne win at Lyon heads our 32/1 Euro fourfold
With an array of football matches taking place across the continent, the finest minds at Ladbrokes News have come together to produce this money-making number – a 32/1 fourfold.
St Etienne to beat Lyon
While St Etienne’s push to break into the Champions League places has hit something of a snag, they recovered well last time out to smash Ajaccio 4-2.
No loss has befouled them in 14 Ligue 1 outings, though too many draws have prevented them climbing higher than fourth. A win over Lyon – who have failed to win five of their previous seven – will see them leapfrog Les Gones and they have the momentum to do it.
Lazio to beat Parma
The Biancocelesti may have suffered defeat in three of their last four Serie A outings, but Parma are in worse form; clueless as to where the goal is.
L’Crociati haven’t bagged in any of their last three and four of their last five, losing on three instances. Lazio have only lost one of six with these particular foes, winning four of them, and can snap their joyless run with victory here.
Zenit to beat Kuban
Luciano Spaletti’s win-specialists meet the Russian league’s chief draw merchants, but it’s the visitors who’ll prevail.
Five straight stalemates have hindered sixth-placed Kuban’s push for a Europa League spot, but the same amount of wins is having the opposite effect on Zenit’s title charge.
It’s taken them to within four points of the summit courtesy of no team managing to pick the lock on their defence, which has enjoyed six straight shut-outs in all competitions.
Shakhtar to beat Metalist Kharkiv
The Ukrainian champions don’t do anything but win at home, it’s as sure as the sky is blue. In league action this term, they’ve not failed to rack up maximum points. Only the might of Dortmund and Juventus have prevented them claiming all three points on their own patch in all competitions, scoring a draw and a win respectively.
Metalist haven’t lost in 11 top flight games so they are sure to present the sternest test to Shakhtar’s hopes of infallibility at home but, having conceded just 13 goals all season, you can expect the hosts to triumph once more.
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