As usual, there are plenty opportunity for bettors this Sunday across European leagues. For this 15/1 treble, I’ve stayed away from big games like Roma versus Juventus or Liverpool against Manchester United.
There is a raft of interesting fixtures across Serie A, Ligue 1 and La Liga. Here is the treble:
- Real Betis vs Real Madrid – Home win or draw
- Sampdoria vs Salernitana – Home win
- Lyon vs Lorient – Home win & BTTS
Total odds – 15/1
Real Betis vs Real Madrid – Home win or draw @ 11/10
Real Madrid were completely unrecognizable in their most recent match against FC Barcelona in the Spanish Cup. Los Blancos lost that game at home 0-1, which was their second back to back game without victory. Previously, they were unable to beat city rivals Atletico Madrid despite the one-man advantage. Carlo Ancelotti’s men are having a rough away trip this weekend, visiting Sevilla to face 5th placed Real Betis. The Whites and Greens have been in red-hot shape, earning three straight victories in La Liga against Almeria, Real Valladolid and Elche. They are in solid position to fight for the Top 4 spots and participate in the UCL next season. I see good value in backing the hosts with a double chance.
Sampdoria vs Salernitana – Home win @ 13/10
Season 2022/23 has been the worst for Sampdoria in club’s recent history. They have collected only 11 points from 24 games so far, sitting in the last place in the Serie A standings with minimal chances to avoid relegation. There are fourteen matches left for Dejan Stankovic’s men and they will need at least seven wins to keep the survival hope alive. An ideal opportunity to start is scheduled for Sunday in Genoa where Sampdoria welcome Salernitana. Visitors are also struggling to stay above the red line with 24 points. Squad from Salerno has lost six of their last eight away days in the league, so I will stick to Sampdoria here.
Lyon vs Lorient – Home win & Both Teams To Score @ 23/10
Lyon’s fans can hardly be happy with the results achieved in the ongoing season. Their team sit in poor 9th place in the Ligue 1, but there is still a decent chance to narrow the gap from other contenders and make an appearance in Europa League next season. Lyon has been phenomenal in terms of efficiency lately, having won four of their last five outings across all competitions and scoring ten goals. As for the opposition, Lorient lost three out of last four games and scored four goals. The last six head to head meetings between these rivals have seen BTTS, so I see good value in backing Lyon to win and concede at least one goal.