Lecce come into this match as the highest-placed team in the relegation zone on 25 points, a win here would take them up to 16th but against Milan these affairs tend to end all-square. Indeed, seven of their last 10 of their most recent meetings in Serie A have ended as a draw. Lecce have won just one, Milan have won two.
Lecce have won just two home league matches this season, drawing five and losing six. Milan have won six, drawn one and lost six. Lecce’s scoring record of 1.46 per home match is quite good for that end of the table, however they’re conceding 2.0 on average.
Milan on their travels are averaging 1.15 and conceding 1.46. Zlatan Ibrahimovic will unfortunately miss this match for the away side. With decent scoring rates we’re backing Both Teams to Score here.
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Both teams will be looking to further cement their European football places with positive results here.
Things have been quite even between the pair over the years at the Estadio de Ceramica, the hosts have won six, six have ended in draws and Seville have won five. Meanwhile, there’s been an average of 2.47 goals over those 17 La Liga matches.
Villarreal have restarted their campaign with six points from six, while Seville have chalked up four. Three of the previous four meetings have seen Over 2.5 Goals land here and has occurred in the last four previous home Villarreal matches and in four of the previous away Sevilla matches. We’re backing goals here again here.
Cheltenham take a two-goal advantage into this match and obviously Northampton are going to have to throw the literal sink at them from the get-go to salvage something from the tie.
The break in play came at the wrong time for Cheltenham, they had been on a run of five wins and one draw in the league, Northampton had won just two and lost four of their last six league matches.
Cheltenham have lost just two home matches of their 18 this season, winning 11 and drawing five.
Northampton, on the other hand, have won six, drawn five and lost seven on their travels. Cheltenham were averaging 1.94 goals per home game up to the break, Northampton were scoring 1.28 on their travels. Getting Both Teams to Score here at the price seems like a steal.
Bologna are too far behind the European places and are too safe from the relegation zone for them to have much to play for during the rest of the season. In saying that, they’ve only lost four times at home this season so Juventus could be in for a frustrating evening here. Juve have won eight, drawn two and lost only three on their league travels this season.
For Bologna’s good record this season, it has to be said that Juventus have beaten them on six of previous the seven meetings at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara and one player in particular loves to shine against them.
No, not him, but Paulo Dybala. He has scored six in 12 against the home side and we’re backing him and Juventus to do the business in this one
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