Juventus are on a great run of form of late and will be flying high after dumping Inter out of the Coppa Italia midweek. They’ve won five of their last six in the league and have lost just one to Roma at home over their last 12 meetings in all competitions.
Their home form hasn’t been as stellar as you’d expect, they’ve won three, drawn one and lost one over their last five at the Allianz, but face a Roma side who are patchy on the road. They’ve triumphed in just two of their last five on their travels, losing the other three.
Over 2.5 goals has landed in three out of Juve’s last five home Serie A matches and in all five of Roma’s away games. Both teams are averaging 2.0 and 1.78 goals respectively, but Juve’s impressive record against the Romans means we have to back them here.
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‘Gladbach have won six out of the last seven meetings at Borussia-Park and are firm favourites to do the business again here. They’re on a great run as well, having gone eight matches now without a loss and looking at just their home Bundesliga form, they’ve lost just one of their last 13.
The pressure is starting to heap on Koln and they need to get some wins together or they’re going to get dragged into a relegation fight. They’re not too bad on the road though, they’ve won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five – but failed to score in three of those matches. ‘Gladbach to Win to Nil is where the value us here.
Lyon can top Ligue 1 with a home win over Strasbourg. Historically, Strasbourg have been awful when playing in Lyon, but there’s only been four matches between the pair at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais over the last few seasons. Lyon won two, one ended level and the away side won one.
Lyon have won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five at home in the league. Strasbourg’s record is decent too, they’ve also won three, drawn one and lost one over their five most recent away league matches. Lyon are averaging 2.08 goals at home, while Strasbourg are averaging 1.64. Both Teams to Score isn’t high enough for value, but we can sweeten it by adding the home side to win.
Genoa will be looking to make it five matches without defeat in the league here, but the last time the home side beat Napoli on home turf was back in 2012. They’ve won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five at home and have been averaging 1.40 goals per home league game. The Both Teams To Score bet landed in three of those five matches.
Napoli’s away form isn’t the best, they’ve won two and lost three of their last five. Meanwhile, Both Teams To Score was also seen in three of those five and they’re averaging 1.78 goals per away Serie A match. Both Teams To Score has landed in all of the last three meetings here and it looks like the safest bet.
Sevilla have now won six games on the bounce. Indeed, they’ve lost just one of their last 15 in all competitions. Getafe, on the other hand, were defeated in two of their last five, winning two and drawing one. Looking at just their away form, they’ve won two and lost three, scoring just 0.89 goals per game on average this season.
Sevilla have won three, drawn one and lost one of their five most recent home La Liga matches and have won three of their last five meetings with Getafe at home, keeping them scoreless in those three wins. Add to this the fact that Sevilla are conceding just 0.78 goals per game and we can see Getafe being held scoreless here.
17:00 Juventus v Roma: Juventus to Win and Over 2.5 goals
17:30 Borussia Monchengladbach v Koln: Monchengladbach to Win to Nil
18:00 Lyon v Strasbourg: Lyon to Win and Both Teams To Score
19:45 Genoa vs Napoli: Both Teams To Score
21:00 Sevilla v Getafe: Sevilla to Win to Nil
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