Today’s outstanding games, which have many opportunities for goals and game-winning maneuvers, are the weekend’s opening act. As the group stages of the European
As the championship comes to a close, the top players in Europe will resume playing league games.
Below, we’ve carefully chosen the top choices for the current game.
On Saturday, November 5, Werder Bremen plays Schalke in the Bundesliga at the Wohninvest WESERSTADION. In the Bundesliga, Schalke has dropped six straight games as they get ready to play Werder Bremen. Werder Bremen and Schalke were both promoted from the second division in the summer, but the former has been able to handle the difficulties of moving up the German football pyramid better than the latter. The fact that Schalke is firmly entrenched at the bottom of the standings and has suffered six losses in their previous six games means that a season-long relegation struggle is imminent. Werder, however, is content in the top half and may attempt to win their third game at home. Bet9ja have 1.66 odds, Paripesa have 1.67 odds and 1xBet have 1.67 odds.
Wolves have had a difficult start to the season, and if they continue down the same path, they will undoubtedly be one of the top contenders for relegation from the Premier League. Wolves will play host to a Brighton team on Saturday after the latter team thrashed Chelsea 4-1 to earn their first victory under their new manager. When Brighton traveled to Wolves earlier this year, they won 3-0, and the visitors arrive at Molineux 11 spots and 8 points ahead of the hosts. In contrast to Brighton, who last time out defeated high-flying Chelsea 4-1, the Wolves have lost four of their past six league games and risk dropping to the bottom of the standings if they fail to win on Saturday. Bet9ja have 2.23 odds, Paripesa have 2.23 odds and 1xBet have 2.23 odds.
By defeating Toulouse last week, Lens kept the pressure on league-leading PSG while extending their outstanding run of success. They will have another opportunity to advance because they are playing the worst team in the league. After dropping their lone game of the season so far, 1-0 to Lille, Lens is now on a three-match winning streak. Lens has excelled on both sides of the field, and victory at bottom-dwelling Angers is within their rights. As seen by their recent five-match losing streak and apparent lack of composure, it appears that Angers is gradually giving up on the season. Bet9ja have 1.70 odds, Paripesa have 1.74 odds and 1xBet have 1.74 odds.
Following their shocking 2-1 loss against Torino the previous time out, AC Milan will be hoping to go back to winning ways in Serie A this weekend. The top-of-the-table Italian powerhouses have the home edge against Spezia, but the visitors have prevailed in two of their past three meetings with AC Milan. We’re betting on AC Milan to succeed on Saturday night as well. The hosts are 17 points ahead of their visitors in the Serie A standings after winning three of their previous five meetings with Spezia in all competitions. While AC Milan has won four of their previous six games across all competitions, Spezia has lost four of their past six games and failed to score in three of those losses. Bet9ja have 1.22 odds, Paripesa have 1.22 odds and 1xBet have 1.22 odds.
On Saturday, November 5, Barcelona plays Almeria at Spotify Camp Nou in Spain’s La Liga. To maintain pressure on Real Madrid at the top of the standings, Barca needs a victory. Before a difficult test at Barcelona on Saturday, Almeria has lost each of their past five away games in La Liga. Since their 0-0 stalemate with Rayo Vallecano at Spotify Camp Nou on the first weekend of the new season, Barcelona has dominated at home in La Liga. Since that surprising setback, they’ve started a five-game winning streak. On Saturday, when Barcelona hosts a team from Almeria that has lost each of its last five away games, five victories might turn into six. Bet9ja have 1.11 odds, Paripesa have 1.11 odds and 1xBet have 1.11 odds.
We anticipate a tight and tough 90 minutes between the two at the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo as Atalanta trails Serie A leaders Napoli by 5 points going into this weekend’s next round of games. When these two teams last faced off, Napoli won 3-1, and this season, the visitors are the Serie A club to beat. We expect goals in this game because over 2.5 goals have been scored in five of the last six encounters between these two clubs in all competitions. You can see why we’re betting on goals in this game considering that Napoli has scored in all but one of their past six games while Atalanta has only failed to score in one of their last six games. Bet9ja have 1.68 odds, Paripesa have 1.74 odds and 1xBet have 1.74 odds.
At the MEWA ARENA on Saturday, Mainz and Wolfsburg square off in a Bundesliga match. When Wolfsburg travels to Mainz, they risk ending their five-game winning streak. Before their matchup with Wolfsburg on Saturday, Mainz has lost five of their last seven games. Wolfsburg has contributed to keeping fans entertained. Wolfsburg’s open style of play under Head Coach Nico Kovac should ensure that activity levels are high again on Saturday. Five of their previous six league and cup games have yielded over 2.5 goals. We predict this weekend’s match between Mainz and Wolfsburg to produce more than 2.5 goals, as it has in four of their previous five meetings. Bet9ja have 1.78 odds, Paripesa have 1.88 odds and 1xBet have 1.88 odds.
When Leeds hosts Bournemouth in the Premier League this weekend, we anticipate a fun 90 minutes. Because neither club has a strong track record of keeping clean sheets, both teams frequently leave space in behind their defenses while playing on the front foot. In four of the last six games between these two clubs, at least three goals have been scored, and we anticipate more of the same on Saturday. You can see why we’re picking goals at Elland Road this weekend because three of Leeds’ past five games have ended with over 2.5 goals scored and three of Bournemouth’s last five games have as well. Bet9ja have 1.74 odds, Paripesa have 1.83 odds and 1xBet have 1.83 odds.
Dortmund will play relegation-threatened Bochum in the Bundesliga on Saturday, putting their five-game winning streak on the line. The only Bundesliga team without a road win this year is Bochum, and last Saturday, when they lost to Wolfsburg 4-0, they suffered their fourth straight defeat. In four consecutive away games, Bochum has already given up at least three goals, and they face another potentially difficult defensive afternoon against Dortmund on Saturday. BVB scored five goals in their most recent home game in Germany (against Stuttgart), and they are generously favored to score over 2.5 goals once more this weekend when they play a porous Bochum team. Bet9ja have 1.40 odds, Paripesa have 1.38 odds and 1xBet have 1.38 odds.
Before playing struggling Augsburg on Saturday, Eintracht Frankfurt had won five of their past six games across all competitions. Lacking several essential defensive players, Augsburg has recently been leaking goals left, right, and center. In their last four domestic games, 13 goals have flown past them. In the same games, Augsburg was able to score eight times on their own at the right end, and over 2.5 goals were scored on each occasion as a result. When a weakened Augsburg welcomes an elite Frankfurt team, more excitement appears conceivable, and we anticipate Saturday’s match to again include at least three goals. Bet9ja have 1.56 odds, Paripesa have 1.63 odds and 1xBet have 1.63 odds.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting doesn’t write as many headlines as his more illustrious teammates at Bayern, though the 33-year-old remains a potent attacking weapon for the German champions. Incredibly, Choupo-Moting has rattled the net seven times in his last six appearances for Bayern and the red-hot Cameroonian international should lead the line again on Saturday after his strike against Inter in the UCL in midweek. We’re tipping the veteran to continue his superb streak in Berlin. Bet9ja have 2.30 odds while Paripesa have 2.10 odds.
Phil Foden has performed well this season, linking up with Haaland on the pitch both providing and scoring goals. We’re backing the England international to score his 7th league goal of the campaign against a Fulham side that likes to attack but does struggle to keep things tight at the back. Haaland may or may not feature in this weekend’s clash and either way, Foden will start in the forward line and always carries a goal threat. Bet9ja have 2.45 odds while Paripesa have 2.05 odds.
Giroud has scored 4-goals in the league for AC Milan this season, just one fewer than Rafael Leao. The veteran French forward has been in good form of late, netting three goals in his last three games, so you can see why we’re backing Giroud to score against Spezia this weekend. His experience has shown this season yet again with the target man at the forefront for goals. Bet9ja have 2.10 odds while Paripesa have 1.80 odds.
Kvaratskhelia has been a revelation since joining Napoli in the summer both scoring and assisting goals regularly. The Georgian international midfielder has scored 5-goals in his last 10 matches for club and country, scoring in Napoli’s 4-0 win over Sassuolo last weekend. With 6-goals in 11 starts in Serie A, you can see exactly why we’re backing Kvaratskhelia to score against Atalanta this weekend. Bet9ja have 3.45 odds while Paripesa have 3.50 odds.
Jude Bellingham Wonderkid Jude Bellingham is starting to up his goal tally from midfield and the highly-regarded teenager has scored six times in his last nine appearances in all competitions for Dortmund. The 19-year-old’s recent haul includes three goals in his last two runouts in the Bundesliga and the marauding midfield should have opportunities to swell his numbers even further against Bochum. With that considered, we recommend backing Bellingham to score anytime at the massive odds-on offer. Bet9ja have 4.00 odds while Paripesa have 3.74 odds.
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