The Serie A returns to the fold with another set of matches this weekend as Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus lock horns with Napoli in a massive encounter at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday.
With a game remaining and a massive 6-1 victory away at Leeds on Monday. Jurgen Klopp’s team moved up to the sixth place, six points behind Aston Villa.
Tottenham travels to Newcastle on Sunday in a huge game for the Premier League’s top four.
The two teams are locked in what looks like a three-way battle with Manchester United in their attempts to secure Champions League qualification.
Juventus vs Napoli
Juventus are now occupying one of the Champions League berths after the temporary undoing of the 15-point deduction. They are still in poor shape, as Juventus has only won one of their past five games in all competitions.
They tied Sporting in the previous match, which they played on the road. Juventus might be content because the outcome was sufficient for them to advance to the semifinal.
This season, Napoli is without a doubt Italy’s top team. Napoli shouldn’t have any trouble winning the first Serie A championship since 1990 with a 14-point advantage over Lazio in second place. Napoli’s form is also waning as they have only won one of their previous five games.
Tuesday’s quarterfinal of the Champions League between Napoli and AC Milan ended in a 1-1 draw at home. For Luciano Spalletti’s squad to win the following round, that wasn’t sufficient.
When their 15-point deduction for financial irregularities was overturned last week, Juventus received a significant boost. Suddenly, the Old Lady is back in the battle for second place in Serie A. In Turin on Sunday, Juve will play host to the defending champions, Napoli, who are currently underdogs in the double chance market. The visitors’ morale should be low due to their midweek Champions League elimination and their recent run of just one victory in five games across all competitions. With those elements in place. We are backing the host side to avoid defeat.
Napoli has scored just three times in their last five matches and for the time being at least, their zip in the final third seems to have abandoned them. On Sunday, the Partenopei visit a Juventus side adept at strangling the life out of games and margins in Turin could be wafer-thin as a consequence. Six of the host’s last nine matches in the division have featured under 2.5 goals
Tip: Juventus to Win or Draw / Under 2.5 goals
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Newcastle United vs Tottenham
Despite having played one more game than Newcastle, Spurs are three points behind Eddie Howe’s team and may reclaim fourth place with a victory at St. James’ Park. However, they come into the game coming off a disastrous loss to Bournemouth and haven’t exactly been convincing on the road this season.
Newcastle United will play a Spurs club that has lost three of their past four games, including the lead, their manager, and the storyline.
Their chances of winning the FA Cup were dashed by Sheffield United, and they had long ago lost to an AC Milan team in fourth place in Serie A in the Champions League. After being held 3-3 by relegation-threatened Southampton, Antonio Conte decided enough was enough and blamed chairman Daniel Levy as he exited the team.
Saturday marked a new low for Tottenham as supporters left the stadium before the Bournemouth match was over and before Arnaut Dajuma’s equalizer that offered false optimism. In fact, those who fled to their seats after the 88th-minute equalizer had another slap in the face when the Cherries eventually won it thanks to Dango Ouattara. On the afternoon that turned out to be Steve Bruce’s final game in command, Spurs defeated this opponent 3-2. Now that Eddie Howe is in charge and Newcastle is capable of playing with swagger, things couldn’t be more different.
Both of these clubs will be attempting to recover from heartbreaking losses suffered the previous weekend, but with the support of their home crowd, Newcastle enters this matchup as the favorite to win all three points.
Just as they did in October, when they prevailed 2-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, we’re supporting Newcastle to win this top-5 match. Tottenham has only managed to win twice in their past six tries across all competitions, while the Magpies have won five of their last six Premier League games.
The overall number of goals that each side will score is our next prediction. Given the attacking prowess on exhibit, there is a strong probability that we will be treated to goals in this encounter. In five of their last six league encounters, these two clubs’ games have gone beyond 2.5 goals in total.
It should be clear why we are optimistic that there will be goals in Sunday’s important encounter after you consider that at least three goals have been scored in five of Newcastle’s and four of Tottenham’s most recent games.
Tip: Newcastle to Win / Total Over 2.5 goals
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Below are our top betting fixtures for Sunday;
- Empoli v Inter Milan
- Milan v Leece Bet9ja, Paripesa, 1xBet
- Santos v Atletico-MG
- Wolfsburg v Arsenal (Women)
- Benfica v Estoril Bet9ja, Paripesa, 1xBet
- AFC Bournemouth v West Ham
- Nice vs Clermont Bet9ja, Paripesa, 1xBet
- Juventus v Napoli
- Lyon v Marseille Bet9ja, Paripesa, 1xBet
- AZ Alkmaar vs RKC Waalwijk
Over 2.5 goals
- Sevilla v Villarreal Bet9ja, Paripesa, 1xBet
- Montpellier vs Rennes
- Go Ahead Eagles vs Fortuna Sittard
- Leverkusen v Leipzig
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