The internationals are over competitively until the World Cup and it’s a sigh of relief for me after watching six international games since Friday – all of which ended 0-0.
I really hope the showpiece in Russia next summer will be a bit livelier!
Even Brazil couldn’t find the net against England Reserves at Wembley. When Joe Gomez is getting Man of the Match against a full strength Selecao with Neymar and Jesus, they need to be asking themselves a few questions.
But perhaps the two Brazilian stars were saving their goals for this weekend – which wouldn’t be a bad thing as I’m going for both Neymar’s PSG and Jesus’ Man City to bring home three points on Saturday.
With the bets not going too well at the moment I’ve subbed a few markets off and reduced some stakes as I look to hit back with some serious profit over the next few weeks.
That elusive Lucas Joao triumph has come so close on a number of occasions, so the hunt continues.
The Win 5fold has provided some joy in recent weeks and I’m hoping for similar results this Saturday.
As I said, City look good for a win whoever they are playing at the minute and they should have enough at Leicester, although that winning run will come to an end at some point.
Liverpool haven’t been brilliant this season but neither have Southampton and, buoyed by Gomez’s impressive display for the Three Lions, I fancy them to overcome Saints at Anfield. Burnley should do the same when they entertain Swansea.
The final two selections are for two teams who love scoring goals, albeit at very different levels – Luton and Barcelona, who take on Cambridge and Leganes respectively.
Neymar and co come into play in the Mixed Multiple, and I’m hoping PSG and Bayern Munich can see off Nantes and Augsburg respectively.
I’m looking for more goals in the Bundesliga when Leverkusen play host to Leipzig, and in the Championship when Sheffield Wednesday play Bristol City.
Elsewhere, two strugglers go head-to-head at Selhurst Park as Palace entertain Everton, and high-flying Cardiff take on in-form Brentford at the Cardiff City Stadium. Both of which I fancy to end in stalemates.
The Saturday lunchtime entertainment sees Arsenal host Tottenham in the North London derby, and you can check out my tips for that right here.
I’m hoping none of my win predictions get stifled by yet another 0-0 draw!
The Set Odds’ 442 Betting System
Burnley Draw No Bet, Man City, Liverpool, Luton Draw No Bet, Barcelona (3.15pm kick off)
1.5pts at 4/1 (Coral – bet HERE)
PSG -1 (4pm kick off), Bayern -1 (2.30pm kick off), Leverkusen v Leipzig BTTS (2.30pm kick off), Sheffield Wednesday v Bristol City BTTS
1.5pts at 7/2 (Betfair – bet HERE)
Cardiff v Brentford, Hull v Ipswich, Sheffield Wednesday v Bristol City, Northampton v Scunthorpe
1pt at 15/2 (Bwin – bet HERE)
Palace v Everton, Cardiff v Brentford
0.5pts at 21/2 (Betfair – bet HERE)
Chelsea, Wolves, Luton, Napoli (7.45pm kick off)
0.5pts at 163/1 (Bet365 – bet HERE)
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