Football Tips: 3 Euro giants make up our 13/2 Saturday night treble

Carl Monaghan from the PP booth looks to Juventus to keep their good run of form going


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17:30: Bayern Munich v Dortmund – Bayern to win and both teams to score

These two have served up some brilliant head to heads in the last few seasons, and the previous meeting was a five-goal thriller that Bayern came out the right side of with a 3-2 win. This Bayern team are Champions of Germany and also hold European and World titles but just don’t seem to be anywhere near as consistent and ruthless as last year. They are vulnerable to pace at the back and Dortmund have the formula to cause them plenty of problems with the likes of Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho making runs in behind. Bayern have pretty much admitted that they need to shore up at the back by already announcing the signing of Dayot Upamecano from Leipzig for next season.

Saturday 17:30 : Bayern Munich v Dortmund
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Bayern tend to win the physical battle against Dortmund and BVB in recent times struggle to cope with a fired-up Bayern for a full 90 minutes. Dortmund also have a poor record in Munich having lost their last six games there, but they have managed to score in their last 31 games in all competitions, so the evidence is they may get at least one here. Bayern are undefeated in 35 of their last 38 league games and I fancy them to flex their muscles and win a close game but I think they will fail to keep Haaland quiet as he’s almost unplayable at the moment. Bayern to win and Both teams to score makes most sense to me here to kick off my Saturday treble.

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19:45: Juventus v Lazio – Juventus to win

Since their surprise defeat at Porto there’s been plenty to like about Juventus in the past couple of weeks as they bagged a couple of home wins and a point away at Verona in the league. But the most important thing from a betting perspective is that CR7 is back amongst the goals and looking like his old selfish all-about-me lovable self. Ronaldo has four in his last four and the Lazio rear guard are sure to be kept on their toes with a Juve attack on song as we saw Morata and Chiesa grabbing goals in midweek, as well as Ronaldo, in the 3-0 win against Spezia.

Saturday 19:45 : Juventus v Lazio
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Their opponents Lazio had a difficult few weeks and were beaten comfortably by the likes of Inter Milan and Bayern Munich. Confidence may be low at Lazio having lost three of their last four in all competitions and Juve away is one of the toughest games on the Serie A calendar. Juve to win go into the treble.

20:00: Osasuna v Barcelona – Barcelona to win

There were great scenes from Camp Nou during the week when we saw Barcelona come back from two goals down in the first leg to beat Sevilla 3-0 after extra-time (3-2 on aggregate). Both Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique were singled out for the boyish glee they showed on the pitch, that was broadcast to a world not allowed in the ground. But it showed these Barca players still have the spark and the desire to win.

Saturday 20:00 : Osasuna v Barcelona
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We had wondered what the 4-1 mauling at the hands of PSG in the Champions League would have done to the Barca dressing room and whether some individuals would down tools. But that hasn’t happened and they have won their last seven in La Liga on their travels. So, I think they are very appealing option and they complete the Euro heavy-weights treble!

Tips for Saturday’s Euro football

17:30 – Bayern Munich v Dortmund – Bayern to win and both teams to score
19:45 – Juventus v Lazio – Juventus to win
20:00 – Osasuna v Barcelona – Barcelona to win

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