Top 5 Bets for the Weekend: March 2-3

Ahead of the weekend action our writers have picked out some tips for you. Click here to place your bets on all of the matches this weekend.

Eintracht Frankfurt v Hoffenheim – Both Teams to Score – 1.35

Two teams that have been drowning in goals lately clash here. Eintracht Frankfurt have scored and conceded in seven of their last ten matches in all competitions, including each of the past four at home. Goals galore has been the story of Hoffenheim’s season. Both sides have scored in 20 of their 23 league games this season, including all 11 away from home. These teams have both found the net in each of their last three encounters, and fans can expect the same here.

Luton v Rochdale – Luton Win – 1.50

Luton are top of League One after winning four of their past five matches. They have won 13 of their 17 home league games this season and are in form ahead of the run-in. Rochdale, meanwhile, are 22nd in the table and have lost eight of their last ten games. It’s unlikely that their luck will change on Saturday.

Borussia Monchengladbach v Bayern Munich – Over 2.5 Goals – 1.50

There have been Over 2.5 Goals scored in eight of Monchengladbach’s last ten home games in the Bundesliga. They are the fourth highest scorers in the league this season, having scored 42 goals this term. Bayern have seen Over 2.5 Goals in eight of their last ten league games. Only Borussia Dortmund have scored more goals this season, while the Bavarians have conceded 26 goals this season; in contrast, they only let in 28 in the whole of last season. At least three goals have been scored in the last three games between Monchengladbach and Bayern. Will it be the same here?

Club Brugge v Sint Truiden – Both Teams to Score – 1.75

Both teams have been on the scoresheet in seven of Club Brugge’s last ten league games, including each of the last five. It’s a similar story for Sint Truiden, who have both scored and conceded in their each of their last seven games in the First Division A. Ten of their 13 away games this season have seen both sides scored, as have three of their last four matches against Club Brugge. It seems like a good bet here too.

Torino v Chievo – Torino Win – 1.45

Torino have won their last four home games in Serie A and have gone five league games without conceding a goal. Their improved defence spells trouble for Cheivo, who are bottom of the league. The visitors were docked three points at the start of the season, but have still only won 13 points. They have also only scored in one of their last five away games in the league and have not won any of their last five games against Torino. It’s easy to see why the hosts are favourites here.


Accumulated odds = 7.71