Thank Getafe for plumping up our televised European four-fold
There’s never been more televised viewing options available to the European football fan at the weekend than there is now.
We’ve picked out four of the best and placed them in an accumulator that will pay out a healthily sized 20/1 when it wins. Yes, we are that confident.
The stats for Barcelona at home in La Liga this season read played seven, won seven, scored 25, conceded five.
Villarreal, while occupying the Europa League spots in the division, aren’t going to be able to stem that flow of Blaugrana dominance, especially as they’ve shipped three or more goals in three of their last four trips to the Nou Camp.
Getafe got thumped for seven in their last away game, but that was at the hands of new Spanish superpower Atletico Madrid.
In their three away days prior to that they beat Villarreal, Granada and Espanyol while Malaga have only won three times in seven at home, conceding ten times in just the last four games alone.
Juventus’ shock exit from the Champions League spells bad news for Sassuolo, who sit just one point clear of safety at the wrong end of Serie A.
Looking to take out some Europa League-induced revenge on the nearest victim, Juve should continue their 100 per cent home stand against a team with just one win on the road this season.
Like Juve, Napoli also crashed out of the Champions League in midweek, but will suffer from having to play pivotal games in succession when they face Inter Milan.
The blue part of the fashion capital of the world can capitalise on Rafael Benitez’ all-for-nothing win over Arsenal, where they expended energy for what turned out to be no good reason, and close the gap on Napoli to one point.
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