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Three TV games to keep that weekend feeling alive

| 05.05.2014

The talking point of the Bank Holiday weekend was undoubtedly Liverpool all but conceding the Premier League title race at Selhurst Park.

But while we may have to wait until Wednesday to see if ‘Citeh’ can turn the screw but those looking for a football fix can get comfy on the sofa tonight in the knowledge that there are three TV games taking place.

A £10 bet on the following trio could return £173.33, so sit back, relax and keep that weekend feeling alive!

Sassuolo to beat Fiornetina @ 4/1

La Viola are pretty much guaranteed  Europe League football next term and have all but given up hope of catching Napoli for the final Champions League berth.

This will play into the hands of Sassuolo, who are now just one point above the drop zone.

The hosts have lost just one of their last three, to champions Juve, and have won their last two away games without conceding.

Fiorentina have lost four of their last six at home and seem to have one foot on the beach, so back the guests in this one.

Napoli to beat Cagliari @ 4/9

Like Fiorentina, Napoli have little to play for but with Cagliari already safe this dead rubber should go according to form.

Rafa Benitez’s men have lost just one in 10 and should win at a canter against a side with just one victory from 22 away games!

The spoils were shared when the side met earlier this term but don’t expect Napoli to be so generous tonight.

Dundee United to beat Aberdeen @7/5

Two Scottish teams that aren’t Celtic take to the field in front of the Sky cameras for this one and with Aberdeen already assured of European football you can expect the visitors to lie down and enhance Dundee United’s bid to catch Motherwell.

The hosts may have won just one of the last nine meetings between the two but with five victories from their last seven home games they can be expected to produce the goods against an uninterested Aberdeen with one win from six on the road.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.