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Treat yourself to a fancy Saturday night dinner with the help of our 50/1 European football bet

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Alternatively, buy yourself 10 courses of fish and chips from your local takeaway

Our 32/1 goal rush  accumulator came up last Saturday evening, so we’re going a little bit bigger for a bigger reward this Saturday night. We’ve trawled through the best that Switzerland, Italy, France and the Netherlands to find a club that will take Falcao bet that’ll light up your night.

 

PSV vs ADO Den Haag – Eredivisie – 6:45pm

PSV haven’t lost in the league since September, a sensational record which has seen them rise ot the summit of the Eredivisie. That’s their only defeat in the division this season, and they’ve advanced in the Champions League as well, shutting out Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

They welcome ADO Den Haag to Eindhoven this Saturday, a side that’s been too inconsistent for my liking this season, they’ve not been able to string two wins in a row together. Back PSV with the handicap at 2/1

Zurich vs Young Boys – Swiss Super League – 7pm

 

 

With Basel having wrapped up the title, it’s between Young Boys and Grasshopper for the one remaining Champions League spot in Switzerland. The Bern side are currently four points behind the insects (may not be Grasshopper’s actual nickname) with a game against them coming up at the end of April.

Zurich (apart from being the home of FIFA) are in a fight to stay in the division, sitting just two points ahead of Vaduz at time of writing. Just one win in their last eight, the worst goal difference in the division, and facing a side chasing Europe? Young Boys draw no bet at 4/6

AC Milan vs Torino – Serie A – 7:45pm

Milan will not have given up on a Champions League spot in Serie A. They’ve only lost on eof their last 13 league games, including a 3-0 win over Internazionale. They’re eight points off at the time of writing, but play sides below them in all their remaining fixtures bar two.

Torino are in a cluster of teams that are just seeing out their season.  Four straight defeats over the Christmas period derailed any hopes of a European spot, but just two defeats since then has steadied them from relegation. They’ve scored 14 goals away from home, one more than Milan have conceded. Take AC -1 at 12/5

Reims vs Bordeaux – Ligue 1 – 7pm

Reims have been coasting along since getting promoted back to Ligue 1 in 2012. They’ve finished mid table, just clear of relegation for the last three seasons. 2016 is not breaking that streak at all. They’re 17th, with a bit of breathing room. They took a hammering off PSG last week though, and have a string of tough fixtures

Starting with Bordeaux who are just four points off the Champions League places. They’ve been one of the more entertaining teams in Ligue 1 this year, five of their last six games have seen three or more goals. They also held PSG in the Parc De Princes. Only three sides have done that since December 2014. This will be entertaining, I can see Bordeaux taking it though at 2/1.

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