There are Carabao Cup, Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1 matches to choose from in our Top 5 Bets for this week.
Wolverhampton Wanderers will face Leicester City in the Carabao Cup tonight on the back of their well-earned 1-1 draw against Manchester United on Saturday. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have only lost one of their seven competitive matches so far this season, but they have accomplished that with much more resilience than flair. They have scored two goals in only one of their last six games, one of which was a 2-0 loss to Leicester in the Premier League last month.
Bayern Munich have a perfect chance to continue their excellent start to their season when they take on Augsburg in the Bundesliga tonight. Under the new management of Niko Kovač, the German champions have won every one of their five league games so far by a margin of at least two goals. That is in stark contrast to their rivals, who have lost their last two matches and not won in three.
Bayern have claimed victory in each of the last seven meetings between the two sides, the last six of those by a margin of more than one goal.
Fiorentina will take on Inter Milan at the San Siro tonight as they seek to continue what has been a solid start to the season so far. They are already three points ahead of their hosts after five matches, and could move to within two points of top spot with victory tonight. Inter have been on a bit of a rotten run in Serie A at home, where they have lost three and drawn one of their last four matches.
Sevilla were emphatic as they thrashed Leganes 6-2 last weekend, but that was their first win in four La Liga matches. Prior to that, they had lost Getafe and Real Betis, and drawn against Villarreal. They host Real Madrid on Thursday, with Los Blancos boasting five wins and a draw in their six games in La Liga and the Champions League so far this season.
Real have won two of the last three encounters with Sevilla.
Only one team has scored in each of the last three matches between Saint-Étienne and Monaco. The two will clash once again at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on Friday.
Both Teams to Score (BTTS) No has also occurred in three of Saint-Étienne’s last four games.