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

THE the weekend is fast approaching and the football excitement promises to last all week. THE sports by the minute introduces you to the seven games that promise to heat up the next few days across Europe and in which you can place your bets on Betclic.

Bundesliga: Stuttgart-Cologne (May 14, 2:30 p.m.)

The Stuttgart of Tiago Tomás, player on loan from Sporting, is still not immune to direct descent and receives Cologne on Saturday, a team which is still fighting for a place in the Europa League.

The local team must therefore score points to avoid scares and ensure its place in the playoff of permanence and it already knows that Arminia Bielefeld, which is just behind, still has a mathematical chance of staying ahead of it.

The odds reflect the balance that is expected in this authentic final of what will be the last day of the Bundesliga this season. A win in Stuttgart is worth 2.06, while a win in Cologne has odds of 2.82. On the other hand, a tie has odds of 3.80.

Click here to BET.

Serie A: Empoli-Salernitana (May 14, 2:00 p.m.)

In Italy, the fight for permanence is also raging and Salernitana is still not safe. In the already calm Empoli visit, the visitors try to extend the good time (six consecutive games without losing) and score again.

On what will be the penultimate day of Italian football’s top tier, Salernitana must continue to rack up valuable points as Cagliari, Genoa and Venice still have a chance to stay ahead of them.

Empoli are even playing at home, but the odds show that the favoritism is on Salernitana’s side. A win for the home team is worth 3.03, a draw is worth 3.68, while a win for the distressed Salernitana has odds of 2.00.

Click here to BET.

Premier League: West Ham-Manchester City, May 15 (2 p.m.)

Four points from confirming the title, Manchester City visit West Ham’s stronghold just days after struggling during Bruno Lage’s visit to Wolverhampton.

However, West Ham, currently ranked seventh, also have goals in mind and need to score points to feed their dreams of returning to the Europa League.

The odds reflect the power of Manchester City well. A win for Pep Guardiola’s side is worth 1.32, while a draw has odds of 4.75. If the surprise is total, a West Ham victory brings in 6.75.

Click here to BET.

Serie A: AC Milan-Atalanta (May 15, 5:00 p.m.)

In Italy, the title of champion is also being discussed and the leader AC Milan welcomes Atalanta, a team which is still trying to grab a place to access European competitions.

Rafael Leão’s side must win as they have a narrow two-point advantage over rivals Inter in what will be the penultimate round of the league, and history of fixtures (63 wins in 135 matches) seems to leave Milan fans optimistic.

A win for AC Milan pays at 1.67 and a draw at 3.85. An Atalanta triumph is worth 3.93.

Click here to BET.

Premier League: Newcastle-Arsenal (May 16, 8 p.m.)

The emotion of the Premier League does not slow down even on weekdays and on Monday Arsenal, of the Portuguese Cédric Soares and Nuno Tavares, visit the stronghold of Newcastle, after visiting their rivals Tottenham.

The gunners are again trying to score away and will face the magpies, the new millionaires of English football who have grown up in this second round of the championship.

A win for Arsenal has odds of 1.76, a draw is worth 3.48 and a win for Newcastle is worth 3.88.

Click here to BET.

Premier League: Southampton-Liverpool (May 17, 7:45 p.m.)

After the FA Cup final, Liverpool’s focus will once again be on the Championship on Tuesday and will need to score points to feed the dream of beating Manchester City and securing the English title.

The team of Diogo Jota and Luis Díaz visit Southampton, a team that is going through a bad phase of the season and has only won one in the last 11 games.

Favoritism is therefore on the side of Liverpool. A win for Klopp’s men is worth 1.34 and a draw, which would cause the upset, has odds of 4.75. A Saints triumph has odds of 6.25.

Click here to BET.

Europa League: Eintracht Frankfurt-Rangers (May 17, 7:45 p.m.)

Thursday is the day of the Europa League final and this time the finalists are the Germans of Eintracht Frankfurt, a team in which Portuguese Gonçalo Paciência plays, and the Scottish Rangers, the club that eliminated Sp. Braga in the quarter-finals of the competition.

The history of clashes shows that Frankfurt and Rangers have only met twice in official matches and both date back to… 1960! At that time, it was the Germans who won in the semi-finals of the European Cup with a joint result of 12-4. Will we have a new shower of goals after so many years?

The odds reflect the expected balance at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium in Seville, although Frankfurt assumes a slight favoritism. A German win is worth 2.25, a draw is worth 3.30 and a Scottish win is worth 3.00.

Click here to BET.

Now is the time to look at the best guesses for this week, keeping in mind that the odds can change until games start.

News by the Minute nominated for Marketeer Awards

THE Up-to-the-minute news is one of the nominees for the 2022 edition of the Marketing Awardin the category of digital media. Voting takes place until May 31.

To help us win, all you have to do is access the website of the initiative organized by the magazine commercialby clicking hereand complete the form by selecting Up-to-the-minute news in the category of digital media then formalize the vote. Thank you for your preference!

Always be the first informed.
Consumer’s choice for the sixth consecutive year and five-star award for online press.
Download our free app.

Leave a Comment