We have a raft of exciting fixtures spread across the European landscape this Sunday, including La Liga, Serie A, and Eredivisie action.
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I will keep you abreast by picking out a juicy treble from bet365 to line your betting slips.
- Villarreal vs Barcelona – Away win
- Juventus vs Fiorentina – Home win
- Ajax vs RKC – Draw
- Total odds – 25/1
Villarreal vs Barcelona – Away win
After a few years in the wilderness, Barcelona have seen their swagger return, and they are firmly en route to La Liga success under Xavi.
Seven straight wins in all competitions with just two goals conceded pays testament to the fine work that Xavi has produced, and they are unbeaten on the road since a 3-1 defeat away to Real Madrid back in October.
Villarreal, of course, are in the mix for the Champions League as they are just four points adrift of the top four in sixth spot, and they would be happy to upset the apple cart.
But it seems unlikely that they will cause Barca too many problems, and they have suffered a few heavy losses over the years against the Catalan giants.
My first pick is to side with Barcelona to enjoy a comfortable win on their travels, a price that is available at a very short 4/5.
Juventus vs Fiorentina – Home win
After a tricky couple of weeks, Juventus have hit the front foot, chalking up back-to-back wins and keeping clean sheets in both.
While at first glance this appears to be a mid-table clash, Juve can’t let their season drift by.
Although these two played out a 1-1 draw earlier in the campaign, the Bianconeri will fancy their chances of picking up all three points at the Allianz Stadium, and they are at a short 5/6 to do so which is hard to dispute.
Ajax vs RKC Waalwijk – Draw
Ajax have been a side shrouded in crisis and turmoil this term, and they recently sacked Alfred Schreuder following a poor run of results.
Well, it was always going to be a tough act to follow Erik ten Hag, who enjoyed an abundance of success. Now, John Heitinga is the man tasked with steering the Ajax ship through until the end of the season.
While a couple of thumping wins on the road in the Eredivisie in their past couple of games against Excelsior and Cambuur would suggest all is well with Ajax, they are currently third in the table.
At home, Ajax have had their fair share of problems, and RKC could well snatch a point. While my third pick is long at 7/1 with the draw, it could still be worth following up on.
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