Top 5 European Football League’s Betting Action 19-20 December 2020 Including Manchester United v Leeds United
It is matchday 14 in the English Premier League and La Liga. French Ligue 1 clocks matchday 16 while Serie A and Bundesliga welcome game 13 of the season. The match between Bayern Munich and Leverkusen is a weekend highlight, Manchester United host Leeds United in this weekends standout fixture.
Premier League: Manchester United v LeedsUnited
Old rivalries are finally renewed after Leeds United’s sixteen-year absence from the Premier League. Manchester United will be bruised after being eliminated from the Champions League and sit in only 8th place in the league. Of their 5 last fixtures, they have 4 wins and a draw. However, they will have to tighten their midfield to close down a very impressive Leeds insurgence. The bookmakers have Manchester as clear favourites to win.
Leeds United started the league on high and have gained many admirers for their fast-flowing, attractive to watch, attacking football stirring heavyweights such as Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton. For Leeds, victory over bitter rivals would kickstart their season, taking advantage of the low morale in the Old Trafford dressing room could provide them with the opportunity to run away with all 3 points. The electric Rodrigo and top scorer Bamford will be the main attraction as they lead the charge for the mighty whites at the Theatre of Dreams.
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La Liga: Barcelona v Valencia
Surprisingly, both teams lie in unfamiliar territories owing to their past glories. Barcelona has a game in hand, and if their current form is anything to go by, they need to up their game. The Koeman effect fruits are yet to show, as the trial formations are yet to materialise. Their narrow win against Levante was just a drop in the ocean. If they win against Valencia, they position themselves at the apex of the league.
With an average of a point per game, Valencia still struggles to catch its former self. The draw against Athletic Club on matchday 14 proved it. A win at the Camp Nou would boost their prospects into the top 8. However, the bookies do not give Valencia much chance in this contest.
Serie A: Sassuolo v AC Milan
AC Milan would want to continue with an impressive away game average in their game against Sassuolo. They are currently at the summit of Serie A with 3 points to spare, and a win against the 5th place team will boost their efforts.
The history of the “Green and Black” has been that of resilience and hard work. Despite the tide, they have managed 8 points in their last 5 games. A draw or win will cement their position in the continental football bracket. AC go into this contest as favourites to win.
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Bundesliga: Leverkusen v Bayern
The race for the Bundesliga title has never been this stiff. The top 3 teams are separated with a point each. Leverkusen has one of the best runs this season, winning 4 of their 5 last matches. A win against Bayern at the Bay Arena will confirm their position at the top of the league and with a shot at proving the bookmakers wrong.
The free-scoring Lewandoski, the creative Sane and the progressive Serge Gnabry are men to watch in this game. Hans Flick is expected to name his strongest 11 for this fixture as he angles to return to the league’s summit.
Ligue 1: Lille v PSG
The race for the top place of Ligue 1 is on this weekend when Lille hosts PSG at the Pierre Mauroy Stadium. They either cement their position or be replaced by either PSG or Lyon. Burak Yilmaz will lead the attack against one of the most formidable offensive teams in Europe.
PSG will use this match as a stepping stone back to the summit of the league, and a dress rehearsal for their clash with Barcelona in the Champions League. PSG maybe without Neymar due to an injury but with Mbappe scoring and creating, this will be one of the games of the season for the Ligue 1.