This weekend sees important football matches take place across Europe, and Tipbet.com has thousands of great odds on the biggest leagues. These are the final games before the international break begins, when the first UEFA Nations League fixtures will be played.
Below are five betting tips from England, Spain, France, Germany and Italy that when combined in a multi-bet give a generous return from a €5 bet.
Manchester United to beat Burnley at 1.65
Manchester United have had a diabolical start to the Premier League season and lost 3-0 to Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night to put Jose Mourinho’s position in doubt. A third loss in four games against Burnley would raise serious question marks over how long the Portuguese can remain in charge, but there were still enough positive signs in the first-half against Spurs to suggest that he can turn the season around.
Burnley, despite a strong 2017/18 season, have a single point from three matches and have lost three matches in a row in all competitions. They also face a massive test against Olympiakos in the Europa League on Thursday, so if United perform to the best of their abilities they should easily claim the win.
Barcelona to beat Huesca (1.07) and both teams score (no) at 1.60
Of all the matches in this accumulator, this is perhaps the safest bet. Barcelona, the La Liga champions that lost just once last season, are 1.07 to continue their 100% start. Huesca were promoted from the second division and, though they have four points, their Catalan opponents will surely have too much quality. The only risk is whether or not the visitors to Camp Nou can get a consolation goal.
Borussia Dortmund to win against Hannover 96 at 1.65
Borussia Dortmund are expected to be Bayern Munich’s main challengers for the Bundesliga title, as displayed in Tipbet’s season bets. They hammered RB Leipzig on opening weekend to go top of the table and Lucien Favre will know that momentum is key if he is to win the league in his first season – therefore, beating Hannover 96, who finished 13th last year, is both important and achievable.
Milan to beat Roma at 2.50 and both teams to score (1.60)
Given the quality of Roma and the inconsistency of Milan, this match the potential to break the multi-bet, but it is well worth risking due to the generous odds on offer at Tipbet. Milan are in desperate need of three points at the San Siro after losing 3-2 to Napoli last week and much could be decided on whether new signing Gonzalo Higuain can perform.
Roma beat Torino and then drew with Atalanta, so three points away from home would keep them near the top of the table. Both teams scoring seems likely to happen and is at 1.60.
Monaco to beat Marseille at 2.65
Sunday’s game in Monte Carlo is covered with 96 markets at Tipbet, and despite being the hosts Monaco are slight underdogs to get the win. They are at 2.65 compared to Marseille’s 2.55, though Leonardo Jardim’s men will be expected to finish second behind Paris Saint-Germain after a heavy summer of spending.
Both sides have four points from their first three matches, so this game is likely to be extremely competitive.