Result: +9,80 units, bet won
Rudi Garcia’s AS Roma are invincible so far in Serie A, but are on the first place in the table due to having a better goal difference than Juventus. Now Roma travel to Parma, who sit outside the top 10 teams and sport only one win from three matches. The hosts are yet to recover from being forbidden to take part in European competitions by UEFA, even if they have impressed last season.
Their last result shows a 2-3 win over at Chievo Verona, but prior to it, the hosts sported two defeats in a row, including the 4-5 loss to AC Milan. Roma will take pride in the fact that in three matches Parma conceded eight goals, but their leading goalscorer, Antonio Cassano, a former Roma player, has scored three goals this season. Cassano is recovering from a recent injury but is still tipped to play, and if you bet on him to score first and he scores second, William Hill will return your stake in form of a free bet.
AS Roma have injury worries of their own, as Itturbe will be out for several weeks with a groin strain, while Astori and De Rossi don’t have a predefined return date set. Rudi Garcia hopes his midfielder will be fit for the match against Manchester City, seeing as even Strootman is facing a fitness battle. Roma are yet to concede this season, and it will be interesting to observe if are able to get another clean sheet. The visitors have enough confidence after their great Champions League start, which puts value on your team to score first bet.
Last time the two teams met Roma won with 3-1, and the same result this time around is at 17.00 with William Hill. The same bookmaker has 2.00 for an outright Roma win, Parma got 3.80 and a draw is at 3.30. Both teams to score and Roma to win is at 4.00, the same betting market for Parma is at 6.00. We are betting 8 units on Roma for both halves at 3.20 with William Hill.
It might turn up difficult to trust Deportivo La Coruna after the embarrassing 2-8 defeat against a Real Madrid side that did not shine, but scored from all of their opportunities. Now as Deportivo get ready to travel to Celta de Vigo for their next La Liga match up, the bookmakers favor the hosts to win.
Celta de Vigo coms from a 2-2 draw against Atletico Madrid, where Celta’s spark of brilliance came from Sergio Alvarez, as Celta continue to excel in their usual playing formation. For the match against Atletico, Nolito was left on the bench, while Pablo Hernandez has integrated perfectly in the midfield and even managed to score a fantastic goal that surprised even Godin. The hosts are known for keeping the pressure on their opponent while being dangerous in the attack, and maybe Eduardo Berizzo will try to rotate his squad and take advantage of the visitor’s fragile state.
Deportivo la Coruna will try to put the match against Real Madrid behind them. It was easily noticeable that the squad has suffered major changes and that the new players need time to adapt to each other and to their team. Romero believes the team can still avoid relegation, and that the quality of their squad allows them to hope for more. Alex Bergantinos added that the fact Celta are the obvious favorites for the match it does not mean his team will end up losing the match. Pablo Inssua, Lucas Perez and Diogo Salomao will miss tomorrow’s game, but Victor Fernandez gets Jose Rodriguez back from injury.
Ladbrokes gives Celta 1.60 odds for an outright win, Deportivo 6.00 and a draw is at 3.75. Both teams to score at 1.95, A goal line of over +2.5 is at 1.88 with Ladbrokes, and Celta for both halves at 2.40. Celta to lead after 30 minutes is at 2.65, Deportivo at 6.50 in the same betting market and we’re betting 7 units on Celta to win the first half to nil at 2.40 with Ladbrokes.
Everton prepare for midweek matchups as they are set to host Wolfsburg for the first match in Europa League’s group H. Roberto Martinez stated that “Everton has to be in Europe,” stressing that their ultimate goal would be a Champions League place, even though: “I do feel maybe we were not ready for Champions League football, even though we fought hard to get into the top four“.
Everton are on the 11th place in the Premier League table, Wolfsburg on the 12th in Bundesliga, but the hosts have managed to concede two goals in seven minutes against Arsenal and then went on to play better against Chelsea yet still lose with 3-6. Their squad is boosted by Ross Barkley, tipped to be the most talented prospect for the national team, even though they signed Eto’o, chances are we will only see Lukaku as a sole striker. Their injuries include Oviedo and Kone, but Everton have looked solid at home so expect a hard fought game.
Wolfsburg have also returned to European football after an absence of several years and while Ivan Perisic, Patrick Ochs and Felipe are absent, Dieter Hecking is set to count on De Bruyne and Ivica Olic as well as Luiz Gustavo. The visitors excel in their attacking, but as nothing is perfect, they have defensive problems, the case to study is Wolfsburg’s match against Bayern Munich. They have not been able to keep a clean sheet in over 17 matches which would kind of make your betting on to teams to score a shoe-in bet.
An outright Everton win is at 2.08 with 888sport, while a draw is at 3.40 and a Wolfsburg win at 3.60. Everton to lead at half time is at 2.67, Wolfsburg at 3.90, and Besic to get booked at 2.80. We are betting 7 units on over 3.5 goals per match at 3.15 with 888sport.
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