With a whole set of fantastic football on the agenda this weekend, with plenty of derbies in the Premier League, we thought you might want to check out some of our Odds Boosts.
If you still don’t know what they are, Odds Boosts are popular accumulators with enhanced odds, giving you more value! Let’s see what’s on the menu this weekend.
Our featured Odds Boost on Saturday is full of big hitters, as we have Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus all to win at odds of 7.00, up from 6.01.
Bayern come into their game against Werder Bremen on the back of a 5-1 thumping of Benfica in the Champions League. Despite stuttering in the Bundesliga, their efforts in midweek suggest they’ve rediscovered some of their swagger. They have also beaten Werder 17 times in a row.
Jose Mourinho made the headlines for smashing a crate of water bottles on Tuesday night, but it is Southampton who will be fearing United’s wrath this weekend. The Saints are in the relegation zone and haven’t won a league game since September 1st. The Red Devils should win at St Mary’s.
Real Madrid’s winning run came to an end last time out in La Liga, but they found their mojo again in the Champions League this week, when they won 2-0 away to Roma. Valencia haven’t won at the Bernabeu since 2008 and another three points would get Los Blancos back on track.
Finally, the Old Lady of Turin, Juventus, come up against Fiorentina. They beat the Viola twice last season and are undefeated in Serie A this season. Cristiano Ronaldo has hit form, so don’t be surprised to see him guide the champions to glory on Saturday.
Wrapping up the weekend, we have AC Milan, Liverpool, PSG, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid all to win, at odds of 6.50, from 5.53.
First up is Milan at home to Parma. AC have won four of their six home games this season, with the only defeat coming to Juventus.
Liverpool take on their neighbours Everton, having beaten the Toffees in three of their last five encounters at Anfield. The Reds are still undefeated in the Premier League.
Do we really need to explain why PSG are going to win against Bordeaux? They have won every Ligue 1 game this season and already have a 15 point gap over second place Lyon.
Barcelona face Villarreal at home, who they have defeated eight times in a row at the Nou Camp. The Yellow Submarine have had a poor start to the season and are way down in 16th in the league.
Diego Simeone’s men will be bouncing having confirmed their progression into the Champions League knockout stages this week. Next on the agenda is Girona. With things tight at the top, Atletico know a win could see them top of La Liga.