Top 5 Bets for the Weekend: December 1-2

We pick through the list of odds and stats to find some bets we like the look of, so you don’t have to!

Dortmund v Freiburg – Both Teams to Score – 1.80 – BET HERE

Both sides have found the net in seven of Dortmund’s last ten Bundesliga matches, including four of their last five at home. The league leaders have scored 35 league goals to date, more than any other side in the division. Likewise, Freiburg have scored and conceded in eight of their last ten league games, as well as each of their last six away. Four of the last five clashes between these sides at the Westfalenstadion have seen both teams on the scoresheet. Will it happen again?

Torino v Genoa – Both Teams to Score – 1.85 – BET HERE

Torino have seen both teams score in seven of their last ten games in Serie A (including all four at home), while only Juventus, Lazio and Roma have stopped them from scoring in their last 15 matches. Both teams have scored in eight of Genoa’s past ten league matches and seven of their last ten away. Surely goals will fly when these sides meet this Sunday.

Rennes v Strasbourg – Both Teams to Score – 1.80 – BET HERE

Nine of Rennes’ last ten games in Ligue 1 have seen both teams score, as have seven of their last ten matches at home. Both sides have netted in seven of the last ten league games featuring Strasbourg, while the two games between these sides last season finished with both on the scoresheet. Current form suggests a repeat could be on the cards.

Eintracht Frankfurt v Wolfsburg – Eintracht Frankfurt Win – 2.00 – BET HERE

Eintracht Frankurt are third in the Bundesliga with 23 points, having won six of their last seven league games. Ninth-placed Wolfsburg have 15 points and have lost three of their last five Bundesliga matches. Frankfurt were the winners when these sides last met in January and are favourites to repeat the feat this time around.

Bahia v Cruzeiro – Under 2.5 Goals – 1.55 – BET HERE

Under 2.5 Goals have been scored in 26 of Bahia’s last 37 games in the Brasilian Serie A, including eight of the last ten at home. Similarly, there have been fewer than three goals in 28 of Cruzeiro’s 37 league matches this season, including 16 of their 18 away games. They have scored just nine goals on the road this season, the fourth lowest tally in the division. Each of the last three meetings between these sides have yielded Under 2.5 Goals, and fans shouldn’t hold out too much hope for excitement here.

Accumulated odds = 18.58

*All odds subject to change