Top 5 European Football League’s Betting Action 07-08 November 2020 Including Manchester City v Liverpool
All the top European leagues are almost a quarter ways through the season. It is still early to certainly predict the trophy holders as the table points keep changing every week. This weekend’s exciting matches will be all about every club fighting to enter or maintain the top four league table slot.
Premier League: Manchester City v Liverpool
All focus will be at Etihad Stadium on Sunday the 8th, as Man City take on Liverpool in the weekend’s biggest EPL game. Man City is keen to take back the trophy from Liverpool, and although they had a slow start of the season, they have been showing positive changes. They won 1-0 against Sheffield United in the previous match and will need to work harder to beat Liverpool’s strong formation.
Liverpool is fighting to stay at the top of the table and maintain their league trophy. Klopp’s troops won 2-1 against West Ham last week and will need to put on an excellent show to defeat the Citizens. Liverpool will be missing Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho, and Chamberlain due to injuries, while Keita, Matip, and Thiago may be back in time for the match. Man City’s Kun Aguero is still recovering from his injury and will miss out on this significant game.
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La Liga: Valencia v Real Madrid
La Liga fans’ attention will be on Estadio de Mestalla on Sunday the 8th as Valencia host Real Madrid. Valencia has been on a losing spree since their management sold some of their best players, and they are viewed as the underdogs in this coming match against Real Madrid. Los Che’s defender, Thierry Correia, will miss the game due to a suspension from a second yellow card in their previous match against Getafe.
Real Madrid beat Huesca 4-1 in their previous game and hopes to regain the top position on the table. They are currently second on the table, just one point behind Real Sociedad. Real Madrid’s Eden Hazard returned to the starting eleven and scored in their previous game and is a man to watch during the match against Valencia. Karim Benzema scored two goals against Huesca and is also expected to lead Los Blancos to a victory against Valencia this Sunday.
Serie A: Lazio v Juventus
All attention will be on Stadio Olimpico as Lazio and Juventus fight for the crucial three points. These two clubs are just two points apart, with Juventus holding the third position on the Serie A table. Lazio previously won 4-3 against Torino and are likely to apply their attacking style on Juventus this Sunday. Lazio’s focus is on another top-four finish and given their previous two wins, they seem to understand what they need to do. All eyes will be on Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Ciro Immobile to lead the Biancocelesti to victory. Luis Alberto will miss the game due to an injury.
Juventus welcomed Cristiano Ronaldo back in their previous game against Spezia after he tested negative for Coronavirus. He is expected to give Lazio a hard time after his last two goals against Spezia. Alex Sandro and De Ligt are both out due to injuries.
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Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich
Borussia Dortmund will host Bayern Munich at their Signal Iduna Park stadium in a much-anticipated match this Saturday, the 7th. The two clubs are at the top of the table with equal points and a 4 points goal difference. Dortmund won 2-0 against Arminia in their previous Bundesliga 1 game and is expected to fight hard to stay at the table’s top. Borussia’s Mats Hummels is out due to an injury, and it might be a blow in their upcoming match, given that Dan Axel Zagadou is also out due to an injury. Besides, Emre Can, their central midfielder, has Coronavirus and will miss this weekend’s big match. Borrusia will need to work extra hard to beat their strong opponents and bank the three crucial points.
Bayern won 2-1 against FC Koln in their previous match and will be fighting hard to maintain their top position on the Bundesliga table. Leon Goretzka is out on an injury while Niklas Sule has Coronavirus and will miss the big match against Borussia. It is hard to point out a winner as both teams are equally strong.
Ligue 1: OGC Nice v AS Monaco
All eyes will be on Allianz Rivera Stadium on Sunday the 8th, as OGC Nice host AS Monaco. The clubs are just three points apart on the Ligue 1 table, and AS Monaco will be fighting hard to clinch the three points and close the gap.
Nice scored three goals against Angers while Monaco put four goals past Bordeaux. Considering their previous intense games, this upcoming match will be interesting to watch. AS Monaco have no recent record of suspension or injuries. OGC Nice will miss their central defender Dante who got an injury during their 3-0 win against Angers.