The games (and bets) that promise to heat up the weekend and the week

THE The weekend is fast approaching and the excitement of football (and beyond) promises to last all week. THE sports by the minute introduces you to the eight games that promise to heat up the next few days around the world and in which you can place your bets on Betclic.

Premier League: Liverpool-Tottenham (May 7, 7:45 p.m.)

Days after confirming the move to the Champions League final, Liverpool host Tottenham in another thrilling Premier League fixture.

The Reds need to win to continue in the bitter fight for the English title, but they will face a Tottenham who still dream of a place in the top 4 of the Premier League and who will enter Anfield with the desire to score.

Liverpool are still the natural favorites and a victory for Jurgen Klopp’s men nets 1.40. A draw has odds of 4.48, while if Tottenham surprise and triumph they have odds of 5.70.

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I Liga: Benfica v FC Porto (May 7, 6:00 p.m.)

One of the most anticipated matches of this weekend will take place at the Estádio da Luz. Benfica welcome rivals FC Porto in the 33rd and penultimate round of the championship, which could consecrate the dragons as new national champions.

For that, remember, the men of Sérgio Conceição already know that only two results allow to celebrate in the stronghold of the Eagles: a draw or a victory.

The odds are therefore very balanced, because in the Classics, as you know, the end result is always unpredictable. A win for Benfica has odds of 3.05, a draw is worth 3.45 and a win for FC Porto reflects odds of 2.19.

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NBA: Dallas Mavericks-Suns (May 7, 2:30 a.m.)

The NBA playoffs, the biggest basketball league in the world, have already begun and this weekend there is a new series of games that promise to keep fans of the sport busy.

From the early hours of Saturday, the Suns, who have won the last two duels against the Mavericks and appear to be one of the favorites for the title, have the opportunity to settle in Dallas and play in the NBA.

Still, the odds reflect the expected balance on the pitch. A Mavericks win is 1.91, while a Suns win is 1.86.

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NBA: Bucks-Celtics (May 7, 8:30 p.m.)

With a victory for each side, this series between Bucks and Celtics is open and promises to have another exciting game on Saturday night.

Khris Middleton had already missed the last game, which took place on Tuesday, and is expected to miss current NBA champions Bucks with a knee injury.

A win for the Bucks is worth 1.64, while a win for the Celtics reflects odds of 2.21.

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sSeries A: Verona-AC Milan (May 8, 7:45 p.m.)

AC Milan again have another big challenge in the search for the Italian title and this time the team in which the Portuguese Rafal Leão shines visits Hellas Verona from… his compatriot Miguel Veloso.

The history of clashes between these two teams is largely favorable to the Milan team (which has won 31 games out of 69), but we already know that in Serie A anything can happen.

A win for AC Milan therefore has odds of 1.69, while a draw brings 3.65. On the other hand, if the surprise is greater and Verona wins, the odds are 4.05.

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Serie A: AS Roma-Fiorentina (May 9, 7:45 p.m.)

Still in the Italian championship, there is another match which promises to be torrid and just as important in the final counts of the classification.

Mourinho’s AS Roma visit Fiorentina and know that a defeat could cost them their continuity in the European area of ​​the table, while the Florence side must win in order to gain access to precisely this… same area.

A triumph for Mourinho’s men pays 2.78. A draw has odds of 3.13, while a win for Fiorentina is worth 2.26.

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Premier League: Aston Villa-Liverpool (May 10, 8:00 p.m.)

The English league is in the decision-making straight and Liverpool will have a tough midweek trip. The Reds visit Aston Villa, a team now guided by a former legend… from Liverpool. Steven Gerrard, however, is bound to make life more difficult for Jurgen Klopp who, in turn, has a small margin of error in the Premier League title fight.

This will be the 199th official match between two historic English footballers and past clashes show that Liverpool’s task is no easy one.

A Liverpool win at Villa Park nets 1.40. If Aston Villa surprise and win, the odds are 5.90. In case of a tie, the odds are 4.35.

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Premier League: Wolves-Manchester City (May 11, 8:15 p.m.)

Manchester City, owned by Portugal’s Bernardo Silva, João Cancelo and Rúben Dias, will also have a tough test in the Premier League’s most decisive phase. The cityzens travel to the stronghold of Wolverhampton, a team managed by Bruno Lage, who is also Portuguese and has a large Portuguese contingent in the squad.

The last three clashes between these two English clubs have all been won by Manchester City, but Bruno Lage has already revealed he has strategies to stop any opponent in the Premier League. The emotion will therefore be more than guaranteed.

Either way, Manchester City’s favoritism is evident and a Cityzens win pays 1.22. A draw reflects the odds of 5.10, while a Wolves win is currently at 9.90.

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Now is the time to take a look at the best guesses for this week, remembering that the odds can change until matches start.

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