Four simple bets to place in Europe this Saturday
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Four simple bets to place in Europe this Saturday

It's a Super Saturday set of fixtures and we have prepared a short slip for you!

Wolves vs Brentford

None of the ten top-flight matches between these two ended in a draw, with five wins apiece. Hwang Hee-chan came off the bench to score on his Premier League debut for Wolves last time out. No player has ever scored in both of their first two appearances for the club in the competition. Bruno Lage's team was impressive in their win against Watford and they should make it two wins two on the spin.

TIP: Wolves to win at FT

Arminia Bielefeld vs Hoffenheim

Arminia Bielefeld’s winless start to the Bundesliga campaign (D3, L1) won’t have surprised many as the club only managed to secure safety on the final matchday of 2020-21. They are unbeaten in five matches at home though, although they didn't score more than once in any of those games. We are backing the visitors to get the job done here.

TIP: Over 2.5 match goals

Bayern Munich vs Bochum

On home soil, Bayern has just one loss in 34 Bundesliga H2Hs (W25, D8), a streak now stretching all the way back to August 1991, whilst overall, Bayern remains unbeaten in 29 straight home Bundesliga fixtures (W24, D5). New boss Julian Nagelsmann’s relentless preparation has seen them start the season in scintillating fashion, they've now scored three or more goals in each of their last six competitive matches.

TIP: Over 2.5 match goals

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace

Liverpool came from behind to beat AC Milan midweek in the Champions League and they'll be delighted to be back at a packed Anfield here once again. Jürgen Klopp's team has the opportunity to steal a march on their rivals who play on Sunday. The corresponding fixture last season ended 2-0 to the hosts, and Liverpool also hit Palace for seven at Selhurst Park. The Reds created numerous chances in their win at Leeds last time out and should collect another comfortable three points here.

TIP: Liverpool win at FT