Sunday looks a corker, with the Masters reaching a climax, alongside a big game in the Premier League. Apparently. Nobody’s mentioned it.
Anyway, onto the longshot we go, and today’s Sunday sizzler comes in at a spicy 113/1.
- Brentford to beat West Ham
- Burnley to beat Norwich
- Strasbourg v Lyon – Under 2.5 Goals
- Leipzig to beat Hoffenheim and Both Teams to Score
- AC Milan to beat Torino to Nil
Brentford to beat West Ham (2pm, Sunday)
The Bees should be flying after their 4-1 win over Chelsea last weekend and they come into this on a run of three wins in their last four, as well as an away win against West Ham earlier in the season.
The Hammers could well rotate after their Europa League engagement with Lyon, and with the second leg just a few days away, their trip to France is surely the priority and we fancy the hosts to pounce on that.
Burnley to beat Norwich (2pm, Sunday)
Burnley are right back in the mix to survive after beating Everton in midweek and should have too much fight for a Norwich side whose race is as good as run.
The Canaries haven’t won in the Premier League since January, have lost seven of their last eight, and the Clarets will fancy their chances of making it back-to-back league wins on Sunday.
Strasbourg v Lyon – Under 2.5 Goals (6pm, Sunday)
It’s Ligue 1 overachievers v Ligue 1 underachievers on Sunday, but Strasbourg games don’t tend to deliver many goals, with under 2.5 being a winner in seven of their last eight games.
And similar can be said about Lyon on the road, with five of their last six domestic away games seeing two goals or fewer.
Leipzig to beat Hoffenheim and Both Teams to Score (6.30pm, Sunday)
Leipzig are a popular longshot selection and an unbeaten eight-game home run is enough to suggest they will be too strong for a Hoffenheim side that have lost their last two.
That said, 13 of the last 17 Leipzig home games have seen both teams score, so we’re expecting an entertaining affair at the Red Bull Arena.
AC Milan to beat Torino to Nil (7.45pm, Sunday)
Prior to the Saturday action, Milan have a slender advantage at the top of Serie A and are in superb defensive form, with clean sheets in all of their last five games.
Torino sit comfortably in mid-table, so their season is as good as over, and with five goals from their last eight matches, we don’t expect them to make too much of a fuss this weekend.
The above selections can put into a Fivefold accumulator with combined odds of 113/1 at BetVictor.
* Football betting odds correct at the time of publication. All odds subject to changes.