๐ŸŒ Six bets to place around Europe this Saturday
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๐ŸŒ Six bets to place around Europe this Saturday

It's a Super Saturday set of fixtures on the horizon!

Sevilla vs Real Sociedad

Real Sociedad lost ground on the teams at the top last weekend, falling behind to Osasuna in the first half and escaping with just a point. Julen Lopetegui's hosts Sevilla are three points behind their opponents, albeit with three games in hand, and a tight encounter is expected here with the last six H2Hs all level at the halftime break.

🧠 TIP: Under 3.5 match goals

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Benevento vs Atalanta

Benevento has picked up 21 points in the opening 16 rounds of this Serie A season (W6, D3, L7), already collecting as many as they took in the whole 2017-18 season. Five of their eight home league outings have produced under 2.5 total match goals this season but they might struggle to contain a free-scoring Atalanta side here. The visitors have won four of their last six league outings, with all four victories yielding a margin of 3+ goals. Atalanta's Colombian striker Luis Muriel has scored in four consecutive Serie A appearances for the first time in his career and is one to watch.

🧠 TIP: Over 2.5 match goals

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Arsenal vs Newcastle United

FA Cup holders Arsenal kick off the defense of their title against fellow Premier League outfit Newcastle at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners endured a torrid December but they've now won three Premier League matches on the bounce and look to have found some form. The Gunners have won four consecutive matches against the Magpies in all competitions and they'll be confident they can defeat a side with just one goal in their last four matches overall.

🧠 TIP: Arsenal win at FT

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Atletico Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao

Bilbao made Barcelona work hard for a midweek win, but the effort they spent on that content in the first game under new boss Marcelino may be hard to repeat against a robust Atleti side at the Wanda Metropolitano. The hosts have been beaten just once in their last 31 LaLiga fixtures (W21, D9, L1) whilst they’re also yet to lose in 42 LaLiga home games against teams from outside the consistent top three of 2013-2020 (W33, D9).

🧠 TIP: Back Under 3.5 match goals

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AC Milan vs Torino

Milan's unbeaten run came to an end against Juventus, as did their consecutive run of games in which they'd scored at least twice, a sequence of 17 matches. They should get back to scoring ways here against a Torino side that generally ships goals against the big sides - they've lost 4-3 against Lazio, 4-2 against both Inter and Atalanta, and 3-1 against Roma in recent times. They have picked up four points in their last two matches though, to drag themselves out of the relegation zone, and they will give everything here.

🧠 TIP: Over 2.5 match goals

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Granada vs Barcelona

Barcelona has gone seven games unbeaten (W5, D2), within which they twice won the second half 1-0 on the way to wins. Seven of the last nine league H2Hs have seen at least one half produce a 1-0 scoreline. Meanwhile, three of the four halves played across the draws produced exactly two goals - all individually yielding a 1-1 scoreline. Barca should have enough to claim a narrow away win.

🧠 TIP: Barca win at FT

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