Real Madrid v Espanyol – Both Teams to Score No – 1.75 – BET HERE
Espanyol registered a famous 1-0 win over Real Madrid the last time the two teams met in February this year. It was the only time they had avoided defeat against Los Blancos in 13 matches. Incredibly though, it was the sixth straight game in that fixture where only one of the two sides found the net.
Real have conceded only one goal in their last three La Liga matches.
Schalke v Bayern Munich – Away Win – 1.40 – BET HERE
Niko Kovač could not have wished for a better start to life as manager of Bayern Munich than he has had. Under his tutelage, the Bavarians have won every single one of their six competitive matches so far this season. Next up for the Bundesliga champions is an away trip to fierce rivals Schalke.
Schalke have not won any of their last four matches in all competitions, with three straight league defeats. They have also lost their last three games against Bayern.
Arsenal v Everton – Both Teams to Score – 1.60 – BET HERE
Under new manager Unai Emery, Arsenal’s campaign so far is a bit of a contrast to that of Everton, their rivals this weekend. While the Toffees season started with quite some promise, it has taken a turn for the worse especially after their 3-1 defeat at home to the unfancied West Ham United. Arsenal on the other hand had a slow start, but have since won four matches on the bounce.
Both Teams to Score has occurred in the last four league matches for the Gunners, and all of Everton’s six so far this season across all competitions.
Lyon v Marseille – Over 2.5 Goals – 1.55 – BET HERE
There have been three or more goals in three of the last four matches between Lyon and Marseille. They clash again this weekend, as they both look to keep pace with leaders PSG.
Over 2.5 Goals has featured in every single one of Marseille’s six competitive matches this season.
PSV Eindhoven v Ajax – Double Chance PSV – 1.50 – BET HERE
PSV Eindhoven and Ajax are setting the pace early on the Eredivisie season. Defending champions PSV have won all their five matches so far, while Ajax are just two points behind them in second place.
Ajax have beaten PSV just once in their last four attempts, and will find it difficult to secure another victory at the Phillips Stadium this weekend. PSV are on an incredible 33-match unbeaten run at home in the league.