EPL Betting: Southampton vs Liverpool

Liverpool is in fourth place in the Premier League table and there is a lot of pressure on them in their match against Southampton.

The reason is first and second place squads Chelsea and Arsenal face a couple of the weaker teams in the league and third place side Manchester City does not play this upcoming weekend. [ Matchup Report ]


EPL Betting Odds: Arsenal Back On Top

After a draw at the end of the month Arsenal dipped to second in the league table.

However, Manchester City had their long unbeaten streak snapped with their first home loss of the season at the beginning of February, so the Gunners are back on top of the league table.

Arsenal faces a tough test in their next match facing fourth place side Liverpool. At home the Reds are the favorite at [custom:Bet365-link] at -110 with Arsenal at +220 and a draw line of +260.


Juventus vs. AS Roma betting odds, pick

Juventus is five points clear of second place AS Roma and can really take control of Serie A with a home win over them this weekend.

The Turin squad is on fire with nine straight wins and is a big betting favorite facing Roma.


Newcastle vs. Stoke Betting Matchup

Newcastle United has been one of the hotter teams in the EPL and with their solid play they have moved up to sixth in the league table. They are a home favorite in their midweek match facing 10th place side Stoke City.

While Stoke City is not as hot as Newcastle they are playing well unbeaten in their last four matches (2 wins 2 draws) and in that span they beat Chelsea.

5Dimes has Newcastle as the rather big home favorite at -125 with Stoke City at +400 and a draw line at +275.


Inter Milan vs AC Milan Odds

Inter Milan faces AC Milan in the big Derby della Madonnina this weekend. Inter Milan sits in fifth place in the league table, but suffered a bad 4-2 loss to Napoli in their last match. They are slight betting favorites facing an AC Milan team that has struggled all season.


Champions League betting, late stages

The last round of the Champions League fixtures is over and the picture for the knockout phase is much clearer.

With just a single match left in Champions League group play, there is still some work to do for several teams.

Here is the outlook for the group stages after five played, check out the latest Champions League betting odds and matchup details.

Group A betting


Barcelona vs Atletic Bilbao Match Preview

Barcelona is atop the La Liga standings and this weekend they hit the road to face fifth place side Athletic Bilbao.

No surprise that Barca is the betting favorite in this match, but Athletic Bilbao, who defeated Malaga in a Monday night match, has only one loss in their last seven La Liga encounters.


Champions League Odds: Betting Preview

Match Day 5 begins in the Champions league on Tuesday and the picture for the knockout phase will be a little clearer after the next round of matches.

The clubs that have already reached the knockout phase are Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, and Barcelona.

Here is a look at the group stages and the scenarios for getting to the all-important knockout phase. (Get Champions League odds and bonus information at Bovada).


Greece vs. Romania World Cup Odds

Greece is the favorite in this first leg in Athens and can the Romanians score on the masters of the clean sheet?

Greece is known for their defense and in their last seven qualifying matches they have six wins and one draw and have not conceded one goal.

Midweek Bet365 has Greece as the home favorite at +100 with Romania at +350 and a draw line at +230.

Greece finished their group with the same point amount on Bosnia, but came in second on goal differential.


Ukraine vs. France World Cup Odds

France are the away favorite in the first leg of their World Cup qualifying tie with Ukraine, but Kiev is a very tough place for opponents to come away with a win.

Ukraine almost beat out England to win their group, but a costly 1-0 loss to Montenegro killed their chances and that loss may haunt them.

France was expected to come in second in their group, which they did behind 2010 World Cup champion Spain.



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