Top 5 European Football League’s Betting Action 5-6 December 2020 Including Tottenham v Arsenal
All the top five European leagues are gearing up towards the end of the first half of the 2020/2021 season. It is still way to early to predict the league winners and losers, and every club this weekend will be fighting to secure the crucial three points.
Premier League: : Tottenham v Arsenal
The famous North London derby will go down on Sunday as Tottenham host Arsenal at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tottenham have been on an excellent run with only one loss in the ten games they have played so far. Jose Mourinho’s troops are currently at the top of the EPL table and are focused on maintaining a clean sheet in the upcoming game.
Erik Lamela is out due to an injury, but the team still have strong contenders. Arsenal have not been lucky lately, and Spurs are likely to take the moment just as they did in their 2-1 win in the last North London derby. Arsenal will be missing David Luiz, Thomas Partey and Gabriel Martinelli due to injuries and Sead Kolasinac due to a positive Coronavirus test.
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La Liga: Sevilla v Real Madrid
Sevilla and Real Madrid go head to head at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in a much anticipated La Liga match this Saturday. Real Madrid and Sevilla hold the 4th and 5th positions on the La Liga table respectively. Sevilla have won all their previous three games and are eyeing a fourth win as they face the reigning champions, who have been unlucky in their previous three games. Escudero, Suso and Acuna are out with injuries, while Bono and Fernandez have left the quarantine and will play on Saturday.
Real Madrid previously lost 2-1 to Alaves, and they will be fighting to get back on form as soon as possible. Los Blancos’s key defender, Sergio Ramos, is injured and it will be a tight battle for them. Real Madrid and Sevilla are just one point apart, and the three points will be crucial for either team.
Serie A: Roma v Sassuolo
All focus will be on Stadio Olimpico as Roma host Sassuolo in one of the biggest Serie A games this Sunday. Sassuolo is 3rd on the table while Roma is 6th with a one-point difference between them. Roma are likely to fight fiercely and bounce back after a massive 4-0 loss to Napoli in their previous game. Besides, Roma are usually a force to reckon with at home, and if they win against Sassuolo, it will be their 4th consecutive win on home soil.
Paulo Fonseca’s troops are missing top players like Pastore, Mancini, Veretout, Santon and Zaniolo due to injuries. Sassuolo lost terribly to Inter Milan after a 3-0 match and are likely to use their attacking force against Roma to acquire the three crucial points. Sassuolo are missing Romagna, Defrel, Caputo and Chiriches through injuries. The previous two meetings between Roma and Sassuolo have been full of action, and this upcoming one will be no exception.
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Bundesliga: Hertha v Union Berlin
The highly anticipated Berlin derby, Hertha will be working to bag a win when they host massive rivals Union Berlin at their Olympiastadion this Friday. Hertha previously got one point after their draw against Bayer Leverkusen. Bruno Labbadia’s troops have had a rocky start of the season and are currently in the middle of the Bundesliga table with eight points. They will be missing Ascacibar and Cordoba ahead of their match against Union Berlin.
A player to watch in the home team will be their top striker Cunha who has scored six goals this season. Union Berlin is enjoying an excellent run and is currently sixth in position, just two points from the fourth slot. They previously got a 3-3 draw against Frankfurt despite an early lead by two goals to zero. Max Kruse is the man to watch in their away team as he scored two goals in their previous game.
Ligue 1: Montpellier v PSG
All the attention will be on Stade de la Mosson as Montpellier host PSG this Saturday. Montpellier have been on a winning streak in the last four games, with the last one being a 1-0 win against Lorient. La Paillade is currently in the 5th position on the Ligue 1 table, just two points behind PSG, who are in the top position. Montpellier have no injured players currently.
PSG has been out of luck in their previous two games, with the last one being a 2-2 draw against Bordeaux. They will be fighting to get back in their winning ways, while Montpellier will be fighting to get their fifth consecutive win. PSG will be missing Juan Bernat, Thilo Kehrer and Julian Draxler, who are out due to injuries.