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💰 Recommended bets
- Vallecano HT/FT
- Over 2.5 goals in Venezia vs Verona
- BTTS in Monchengladbach vs Freiburg
- Over 3.5 goals in Villa vs Leicester
🇪🇸 Rayo Vallecano vs Espanyol
The hosts have put 3+ goals past four different opponents during their unbeaten LaLiga home run (W6, D1) after brushing Mallorca aside in their last outing at Vallecas. With a league-best first-half aggregate score of 10-2 at home, Vallecano will look to build another halftime lead at their fortress against an Espanyol side still winless on the road (D3 L4).
🇮🇹 Venezia vs Hellas Verona
Hellas Verona’s 0-0 draw to relegation-threatened Cagliari in midweek was their first match under Igor Tudor’s tenure to see them fail to score (W5, D5, L2). Despite some decent performances, Verona’s troubles arrive when they travel, as they remain one of only two Serie A teams still winless on the road (D4, L3), but we are expecting goals here one way or another, as both of these sides have shipped 25 of them in 15 league matches.
🇩🇪 Monchengladbach vs Freiburg
Gladbach is unbeaten at home this season (W5, D2). Freiburg is flying in fourth ahead of the round, having picked up more points at this stage than during nine of their last ten Bundesliga campaigns, but they have lost their last three matches. Both teams have scored in six of Freiburg boss Christian Streich's last seven personal H2Hs with Gladbach (W2, D2, L3).
🏴 Aston Villa vs Leicester
Steven Gerrard's Villa side is aiming to bounce back from a midweek defeat to champions Man City. The Villans are the side that has lost the most Sunday games out of any EPL side since the start of 2019-20, a sequence that includes two H2H home defeats, which forms part of a run of 12 Premier League home H2Hs with no clean sheet. Though still without an EPL shutout since the opening day, Leicester showed spirit in coming back from behind twice to draw 2-2 against Southampton, but they'll remain concerned by their average of 1.86 goals conceded per away game this term.