This Weekend’s Free Bets & Enhanced Odds
It was a bit of a sleepy Saturday footballing schedule yesterday but with the Premier League and FA Cup throwing up some decent games, along with a bumper European schedule, we’ve got plenty to get stuck into today.
And we’re going big once again with our longshot acca at odds of 58/1
- Rennes to beat Metz to nil
- Leicester to beat Brentford and Both Teams to Score
- Dortmund to beat Cologne
- Juventus -1 v Salernitana
- Real Madrid to beat Barcelona
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58/1 Longshot Acca Betting Tips:
Rennes to beat Metz to nil
They may have been dumped out of the Europa Conference League by Leicester, but Rennes are in great domestic form, winning their last four and scoring 14 goals in the process.
Metz, on the other hand, wouldn’t know a goal if it slapped them in the face. They come into this on a run of three 0-0 draws and a 1-0 defeat from their last four outings.
Leicester to beat Brentford & Both Teams to Score
The King Power remains a reliable hunting ground for the Foxes, who have only been beaten once at home in their last eleven games and have won eight of their last nine meetings with Brentford.
But with only three clean sheets in their last 14, as well as Brentford’s improving form, we expect the Bees to get on the scoresheet in a narrow home win.
Dortmund to beat Cologne
Only wins will do for BVB as they try to chase down Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga title race.
Cologne are having a decent season but have scored two goals in only one of their last nine matches, so if Dortmund make it a basketball match (as they so often do) we fancy them to outscore their hosts and get a vital win.
Juventus -1 v Salernitana
Juve need a big response after being dumped out of the Champions League by Villarreal in midweek, and they should really continue their 15-game Serie A unbeaten run with an easy victory over bottom-of-the-table Salernitana.
The visitors have already faced the other three sides occupying the top four places in the division, losing by at least two clear goals to Inter, Napoli and AC Milan, so they don’t put up too much of a fight away from home against the big boys.
Real Madrid to beat Barcelona
You didn’t think we would miss out El Clasico, did you?!
Real Madrid top La Liga and have won their last five in all competitions. We reckon Los Blancos will just have too much for a Barca side who, yes, are improving, but had a Europa League tie in Istanbul on Thursday and don’t quite match up with Real in the quality department.