Best three-fold picks to bank on for Friday
League games continue around the world after the conclusion of gameweek two in Europe. This weekend holds some exciting league matches, and we have picked three games that can best be banked on for Friday.
WOLVES vs CRYSTAL PALACE
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Crystal Palace go head-to-head at the Molineux Stadium on Friday hoping to find some momentum.
Both teams are locked at 10 points after 6 matches with similar stats of 3 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats. They are positioned at 8th and 9th in the standings respectively.
Last week, both teams had a go one step ahead last week, but it was Palace who made use of it and won 2-1 at Fulham. Meantime, Wolves despite taking the lead went on to settle for a 1-1 draw at this ground against struggling Newcastle United.
We expected better from Wolves this season, especially when they are not playing in Europe. However, this has been a poor show from the team managed by Nuno Espirito Santo.
Among the positives for the Wanderers is the scoring form of Raul Jimenez, who bagged 4 goals from 6 appearances.
On the other hand, Crystal Palace are inconsistent, yet they can surprise you when least expected. The thumping 3-1 win at Manchester United is a perfect example.
Betting on full-time results for this Premier League match is a lot tricky. This brings us to the goal markets.
Recommendation is to go for the over 1.5 full-time priced at 49/100 by Novibet,because the last 9 h2h meetings at this ground saw the same. And there is a chance for this match to see over 2.5 goals with the likes of Jiminez and Zaha in fine scoring touch.
EIBAR vs CADIZ
After finishing the last month La Liga with a double loss in the schedule, October has awarded Eibar with a three-game unbeaten run in the league.
Their recent climb in the league table has been paused at the 11th spot with 8 points from their 7 appearances in the campaign. Los Armeros will host on the back of a 0-1 win on the road against Sevilla last time out in the schedule.
Cadiz has had a decent start to their return to La Liga this term. They have picked up 11 points from their 7 league clashes so far and are backed by their four-game unbeaten run.
Their winning margins have been low as they have scored and conceded six goals each until now. They will visit on the back of a goalless draw at home with Villarreal in the previous encounter in the campaign.
Eibar will be eager to carry on their unbeaten streak for the fourth game in the campaign. Both their recent two winning margins have been with a one-goal difference. This suggests that the home team will rely on their defense in the game if they need to take something out of the encounter.
The promoted team made it big with their arrival to the top tier after the win against Real Madrid. The guest will look to build on their unbeaten streak in the campaign. Even though they are slightly better at home than on the road, the Yellow Submarine has won the last three La Liga outings with a clean sheet.
On the other hand, Eibar has been winless for the past four home matches in their schedule. They have scored only one goal in the same period. Besides, they will host the visitors after a long gap of 12 years in their h2h history.
Regarding their ground advantage, Los Armeros doesn’t pose an enormous threat for the traveling side. Cadiz will come in hot with their high morale from making it out of some tough games in the league. So, the double chance favoring Cadiz will probably be the best bet for the punters, priced at 14/25 odds by Bwin. Also, expect a low-scoring affair.
MARSEILLE vs LENS
The Friday evening fixture will see Marseille take on Lens and Marseille will be the favourites to get the win.
Last weekend Marseille beat Lorient 1-0 to make it two wins in a row and the club have climbed to 4th place and are just 3 points behind new leaders PSG. The Lorient win was important as the newly promoted team are not easy to play at home.
Despite doing very well and showing encouraging signs in domestic football Marseille did have a poor week in Europe. They lost 3-0 at home to Manchester City in the Champions League and it was a realisation of how far the club are behind Europe’s best but they will be 100% focused on this game against Lens another newly promoted side who have started very well.
Lens have taken many by surprise with their positive start. The club did not have to play last weekend but in their last game they lost 4-0 away to Lille and the club has slipped down to seventh place. However they do have a game in hand of the teams above them and could be right back in the mix with a win here.
Marseille will be on odds on for this game and they should have little trouble on paper. The problem is that they are not doing too well in the Champions League and may have their next game on their mind. But a win here would see the club right in the mix and challenging PSG and we will take that risk that we can see a good performance from Marseille.
Lens have been very good but their last away game against a top side ended in heavy defeat and they may taste that again. We will look into different markets also but we expect Marseille to get the job done priced at 3/5 odds by Bet365.
All odds are correct as at the time of this publication. Please gamble responsibly
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