Midweek European Football Preview + Tips

With the Champions League and Europa League not in action this week, there is a host of fixtures in the Domestic League’s across Europe.

Bayern Munich can amazingly seal the Bundesliga title before April with a win on Tuesday, whilst the closest title race in memory in Spain hots up.

Bundesliga

Hertha Berlin vs. Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich have dropped just four points all season as their pursuit of breaking record after record shows no sign of stopping.

51 Bundesliga matches unbeaten and with the real prospect of going the league campaign unbeaten, the change of managers in the summer at Bayern has improved the side, if that was possible.

A win in Germany’s capital on Tuesday will see them record a second consecutive Bundesliga title and in style!

Unsurprisingly there is little value in backing a Bayern win so I suggest looking at other bets.

Franck Ribery is 5/1 to open the scoring and after recently returning from injury, the Frenchman will be desperate to rediscover his form of 2013.

Best bet: Franck Ribery to score first – 5/1 with Bet 365
Other bets: Bayern -1, Over 2.5 goals

La Liga

Sevilla vs. Real Madrid

After their El Clasico loss at the hands of Barcelona, Real Madrid will be desperate to bounce back against an impressive Sevilla.

Five wins on the spin have seen Sevilla rise from mid-table to fifth and are Athletic Bilbao’s closest rivals for the all important fourth and final Champions League spot.

In the reverse fixture Sevilla played some good football, however defensively they were poor in the 7-3 loss and they will have to be better than that if they are to stop Carlo Ancelotti’s men.

Prior to the loss at home to Barcelona, Real Madrid had been in superb form, having gone 18 matches without defeat.

Real are still many peoples favourites for the La Liga and Champions League, however it won’t be easy on Wednesday against an in-form side.

Back Real Madrid to recover from Sunday, but only just!

Best bet: Real Madrid to win by 1 goal
Other bets: Sevilla 1 Real Madrid 2; Cristiano Ronaldo anytime goalscorer

Serie A

Fiorentina vs. AC Milan

AC MIlanFiorentina beat Napoli 1-0 on the weekend to give themselves a chance of qualifying for next seasons Champions League.

They can’t afford to drop points though when Clarence Seedorf and AC Milan come to town on Wednesday night.

AC Milan have had an awful campaign and if reports are led to be believed then Seedorf could already be under pressure.

The Dutchman’s appointment hasn’t given the Rossoneri the lift they imagined, with AC Milan stuck in the middle of the Serie A table.

It’s hard to look past a Fiorentina victory here, even without the injured Mario Gomez and Giuseppe Rossi.

Best bet: Fiorentina – 6/5 with Bet 365
Other bets: Over 2.5 goals, BTTS

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