Friday night’s alright for tipping as we head to La Liga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 in search of goals, goals, goals.
It’s a huge 22/1 shot this week with plenty to play for up and down the leagues.
Let’s take a look at the three legs involved:
- Stuttgart or Draw Double Chance v Dortmund
- Lorient to beat St. Etienne & BTTS
- Sevilla/Sevilla HT/FT v Granada
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Friday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Stuttgart or Draw Double Chance v Dortmund
Stuttgart have managed to turn their form around in recent weeks.
The relegation-threatened side went nine without a win before their recent run of two wins and two draws and will be targeting a Dortmund side on Friday night who are in Bundesliga limbo.
Dortmund were trashed 4-1 at home to RB Leipzig last week as they struggle for motivation in second-spot no mans land.
A double chance on the home side looks good here.
Lorient to beat St. Etienne & BTTS
As we saw in Wednesday night’s Burnley v Everton game, two relegation candidates can often throw up a lot of goals in desperation.
That’s what we are expecting in Lorient, as the hosts and St. Etienne fight for survival, in 16th and 18th.
Lorient are in slightly better form but struggle up front – it’s the league’s worst attack coming up against the second-worst defence, so something has to give.
St. Etienne have a host of injuries and may struggle here.
Sevilla/Sevilla HT/FT v Granada
Julen Lopetegui’s Sevilla are the only unbeaten home side left in La Liga this season.
They sit fourth, and are due a return to form having gone four without a victory following a long, long unbeaten run.
They’ve ticked the HT/FT box nine times this season and we think they’ll dominate a Granada side that have won two in 15 on the road this campaign.