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Napoli are currently five points behind AC Milan in second position in Serie A. With 10 games under their belt, they’ve won seven and lost three – scoring 24 and conceding 10. Sampdoria are down in 12th position with 11 points after their 10, with 15 goals scored and 17 conceded. Sampdoria haven’t won at the newly named Stadio Diego Armando Maradona since 1998 and the market is heavily favouring the home side here.
Napoli have scored 15 over their five most recent home Serie A matches, while Sampdoria have seven over their five most recent, that’s not too many but they’re capable of causing a few problems here. However, Napoli seemed to have found their stride, they’ve scored eight over their two most recent league matches and while we should see goals here, the home side should take all three points.
Eight years ago Kilmarnock beat Celtic twice at Celtic Park. They’ve not won once since then, a run of 11 losses and three draws across all competitions. Much has been made of Celtic’s poor defensive performances this season, they’ve only managed to keep one clean sheet over their seven previous home matches in all competitions and have only kept one in their last 13 both home and away.
Killie are averaging just above a goal a game, with 18 in their 15 Premiership matches. Their away record isn’t fantastic though, and it’s only fair to mention they’ve failed to score in three out of their last five on their league travels. They have, at least, scored in four out of six previous league visits to Celtic Park and against Celtic’s porous defence, we’re likely to see both teams scoring at least one here.
Milan are one of two undefeated teams in Serie A and top the table on 26 points after their 10 matches. Juventus are the other team who are yet to lose, but the Old Lady have won five and drawn five this season meaning they’re well down the pecking order. Parma are struggling for wins this term too, with just two wins so far – along with four draws and four losses. They’ve not scoring nearly enough either, with just 10 over their 10 matches, while Milan have 23 to their name.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been injured for Milan since a 1-3 win over Napoli at the end of last month and many thought his absence would mean a lack of goals, but Spain’s Samu Castillejo has taken the reigns in the Swede’s absence. He’s scored three over his five and the price on him to keep that run going is too good to refuse.
PSG have a whopping 33 goals over their 13 league matches this season, they’ve only conceded nine in the league, but they’re coming up against a side that’s scored 24 over their 13 league matches and have scored in six-out-of-six previous away league matches.
It’s a rare occasion a Ligue Un match ends all square at Parc des Princes. Indeed, only one out of the last 10 home matches for the Paris giants has ended all square. With plenty of firepower on the field for both teams they should both get on the scoresheet here, but it’s unlikely to end in a draw. We’re backing BTTS No Draw at some healthy odds.
14:00 Napoli vs Sampdoria: Napoli to Win & Over 2.5 Goals
15:00 Celtic v Kilmarnock: Both Teams to Score
19:45 AC Milan v Parma: Samu Castillejo to Score Anytime
20:00 PSG v Lyon: Both Teams to Score No Draw
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