If a double dose of Premier League and FA Cup medicine hasn’t sufficed your soccer cravings then you’ll be delighted to hear there’s a continental feast to gorge on this Sunday and bwin have got all your betting needs covered.
A tour de force of elite action is taking place with some of the globe’s biggest footballing franchises taking to field and three feature in our profitable treble that falls a fraction short of at 10/1 payday.
Freiburg v Borussia Dortmund – over 3.5 goals @ 11/10
Die Borussians are running out of gas in pursuit of Bayern Munchen and the Bundesliga title, though their away form suggests they’re not willing to give up just yet.
Across all competitions they’ve lost one of nine on the road, typically with a flurry of goals in tow, as seven of these have crossed the 2.5 mark.
Another landslide is imminent at the home of basement boys Freiburg, a minnow who Jurgen Klopp’s men take great pleasure in mauling.
They’ve bested them in seven straight meetings and four of the previous five contained more than 3.5 strikes, including a 5-0 victory for die Schwarzgelben earlier in the campaign.
Real Madrid v Levante – under 3.5 goals @ 13/10
Cristiano Ronaldo and co are in scintillating touch at the Bernabeu, where they’ve racked up 15 successive wins, driving down their price to beat Levante to a mark too short to consider.
Located deep in banker territory, Real joy is all but certain, but efficiency, rather than obliteration will be on their minds.
They’ve conceded in just one of their last nine home games, meaning they won’t need a mega haul to prevail and besides, super keeper Keylor Navas will be difficult to beat in the opposition onion bag.
Across these nine games, seven have failed to shatter the 3.5-goal barrier so err on the side of unders again here at an excellent price.
Napoli v Roma – Napoli to win @ 5/4
The Giallorossi were recently felled by their next foes on their last visit to the San Paolo – a 3-0 reverse in the second-leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final that saw the capital club eliminated.
Rafa Benitez’s men are primed to repeat the trick having failed to win just five times at home all season, getting the better of eight of their last ten guests in all competitions.