Top 5 European Football League’s Betting Action 27/28 February Including Manchester City v West Ham United
After a busy week of European football, the top leagues resume this weekend as we head into the final third of the season. There are still many decisive games to be played with valuable points up for grabs and jostling for places for the right to play European football next season.
Premier League: Manchester City v West Ham United
Fresh from an important win over Arsenal, Manchester City continue their title campaign at the Etihad against West Ham United. They have a 10 points lead and a win will cement the “Cityzens” place at the Premiership summit. The free-scoring Sterling and master planner Gundogan are the driving engines behind Man City’s success this season. Although Man City has the upper hand, West Ham aren’t leaving anything to chance.
West Ham are still raving from their win against Tottenham. David Moyes has transformed the Hammers this season and new signing Jesse Lindegard has created a significant impact on the team. They are currently at position 4, chasing European football for the next season but still, the bookmakers do not give them a chance at the Etihad this weekend.
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La Liga: Sevilla v Barcelona
Matchday 24 draw against Cadiz punctured Barcelona’s push for silverware this season. The Koeman effect is yet to take effect, which makes matchday 25 a tough fixture when they visit Sevilla. Only one point separates the 2 teams, and a win from either team will keep them within touching distance of 2nd placed Real.
Sevilla has collected maximum points from the last 8 matches, making it one of their best runs in the league this season. Summer signing Rakitic has been instrumental in their midfield. They hope to replicate their form when they beat Barcelona in Copa del Rey 2 weeks ago. As for betting on this match, it’s a tight one, with Barca given the slight edge to take the points.
Serie A: Roma V AC Milan
From last weekends derby bruises, AC Millan seeks to redeem themselves when they visit Stadio Olimpico on Sunday. Loosing 3 games in their last 5 matches has dented their league journey for silverware. However, Ibrahimovic and Rebic will lead the charge, as Pioli’s men seek to close the gap against their city rivals.
Roma failed to capitalise on AC Milan’s defeat to take the 3rd spot. However, they still have the chance, if they collect maximum points on their home turf. Ex-Arsenal man Mkhitaryan continues his creative role of the left wing, while Pellegrini organises from the right. Home advantage has encouraged the bookies towards giving Roma a small advantage in the betting odds for this game.
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Bundesliga: RB Leipzig v Monchengladbach
Leipzig are on the right path to arm-wrestling Bayern at the top of the Bundesliga when they host Monchengladbach Saturday 27th. They have the upper hand after destroying Hertha last Sunday. Monchengladbach has not won any of their last 4 games against Leipzig, and with their current form, their probability is still low. A win from Leipzig will push it to the summit, and if Bayern loses, they can reclaim the league leadership. At position 8, Monchengladbach can only move to 7.
Ligue 1: Marseille v Lyon
Two of Ligue 1’s top clubs go head to head on Sunday 28th. 2nd place Lyon need this win to close down the gap on Lille and fight for a chance in the 2021/22 Champions League. They have only lost 1 of their last 5 games, and hope to continue this form to finish in a better position.
Marseille are still struggling with mixed reaction in their last 3 matches. They will miss Sakai after picking a red card against Nantes. However, they rely on Payet’s brilliance and Dieng’s smoothness to collect the maximum points. of the two, whoever controls the midfield will win the game. The bookmakers have made Lyon clear favourites for the win at the Velodrome.