The Champions League, Europa League and Ligue 1 all feature in this week’s Top 5 Bets. Bet on our football tips here.
Real Madrid v PSG – Both Teams to Score and Over 2.5 Goals – 1.65
This is one of the bigger games of the week and it should be very entertaining. It’s not every day you see the likes of Neymar, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Kylian Mbappe on the same pitch. Real Madrid’s last five games include 4-0, 5-0 and 6-0 wins. Their last three meetings had more than three goals and two of them had Both Teams to Score. Considering the quality in both sides, a combo of both bets could work.
Slavia Prague v Inter Milan – Inter Milan Win – 2.25
Odds of 2.25 for Inter Milan to win, considering how their season is going, seems like great value. In Serie A this season, they have only dropped points in two games. They have won all of their away games this season, except in this competition. That is the reason the odds are high. However, they lost at Barcelona and Dortmund. With all due respect to Slavia Prague, they are not on the same playing field as those two and Antonio Conte will get his side revved up for three points.
RB Leipzig v Benfica – Leipzig Win and Over 2.5 Goals – 2.10
Leipzig are crushing everything in their path at the moment. They have won five games in a row and scored four or more in all but one of those matches. Considering they won 2-1 away to Benfica earlier in the Champions League Group Stage, odds of 2.10 for a home win and Over 2.5 Goals looks tempting.
Astana v Manchester United – Under 3.5 Goals – 1.65
The Red Devils have not had the most exciting Europa League tournament so far this season. There have not been Over 3.5 Goals in a United game in this competition since back in 2016. At Old Trafford, the game ended 1-0 and another low scoring game could be likely when we consider that United will have one eye on their Premier League campaign.
Marseille v Brest – Marseille Win – 1.50
Marseille are having one of their best seasons in recent memory. They sit 2nd in Ligue 1 and have won three games in a row. At home, they haven’t lost since their first league game this season. It is unlikely that Brest, who have lost three of their last five away league games, will cause them many issues on Friday night.