Sevilla to star along with Juventus and Valencia
This weekend sees the return of the Bundesliga and while our German pick Hertha Berlin offer the best price within this fantastic four-fold, the headliners remain the trio of Valencia, Juventus and Sevilla.
Put together as a Saturday euro acca and with each game broadcast across the various Sky and BT platforms, these picks make for a tempting bet offering odds of nearly 10/1 which equates to a return of £108.30 off a bet of £10.
The Berliners will have fond memories of their previous encounter with Frankfurt – a 6-1 victory at the Olympic Stadium – and Hertha may fancy their chances of another upset here after winning three away games in the Bundesliga on the bounce.
Given that the hosts are currently nine games without a win at the Commerzbank Arena and in the midst of a relegation battle, it’s hard to disagree.
Los Che will be confident of ending their four game winless streak when Espanyol come to the Mestalla. The hosts still have a good record at home, having lost just one of their last seven played in Valencia with that one defeat coming at the hands of Real Madrid.
Espanyol are also struggling for form, having picked up just one away victory from their last nine, and given that Valencia have won each of their last five home meetings with the Barcelona club, a home win looks likely.
Dumped out of the Coppa Italia by Roma, Juve will look to gain some form of revenge over their cross-town rivals – a side they have beaten twice already this season.
New manager Edoardo Reja may have steadied the ship at Le Aquile, with three wins from their last four, but the Bianconeri have been in irresistable form on the road of late, winning five Serie A away games in a row going into this one.
Last weekend’s 1-1 draw away to Atletico Madrid served as a demonstration of how far the Andalusians have come and now they are back in the familiar surroundings of the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, it could be about to get even better against a Levante team winless in seven on the road.
Sevilla have lost just one of their last eight La Liga games at home and will be confident against the visitors who have failed to find the net in four of their last five away fixtures in the division.
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