They are going nearly equal strong into this match. The result at the end of the game seems to be completely open. I see a small advantage for the home team but I'll try the bet with a draw to keep the risk as low as possible.
However, that set up is just to offer protection while Yannick Bolasie, Cedric Bakambu and Tresor Mputu get forward. They have Britt Assombalonga on the bench if needed, which has helped them to one semi and one quarter-final at this tournament in the last four years. Congo have the talent, while they meet a Uganda side who lost two of their three games at this tournament two years ago. We think that Congo will have too much for Uganda in this clash, so we’re backing them for the victory.
Both teams to score has been a common market for these two teams recently with it winning in seven of Marseille’s last nine games and in ten of Montpellier’s last 13. As a result we’re going to back that to happen again here. We’re also edging this match in favour of Montpellier as they have been great on the road and find themselves in some hot form. Marseille have lost their last two home matches, conceding five along the way, so we’re backing this one to end 2-1 to the away side.
Aston Villa ended a four-game winless run against West Brom with their 2-1 victory at Villa Park in the first leg – they last won back-to-back matches against the Baggies in all competitions back in March 2015, wining 2-1 in the Premier League and then knocking them out of the FA Cup four days later (2-0).
In addition to scoring plenty of goals overall of late, Dusseldorf have rarely struggled for goals on the road, as they’ve failed to score in just one of their last ten travelling matches. Moreover, Saturday’s visitors have scored at least twice in three of their last five on the road.
If we look at the overall efforts of both teams this season, then Dortmund of course merit strong favouritism, though given that the hosts have disappointed of late, it’s easy to feel that they’re a bit too short. At the prices, the bet that does stand out is ‘Dusseldorf to Score Over 1.5 Goals’.
Dortmund have been poor at the back of late, especially at home, where they’ve tended to be caught out by teams on the break. Add in both the fact that Dusseldorf have scored plenty of goals of late, even on their travels, and the fact that they thrived when scoring twice against Dortmund earlier in the season and it’s easy to feel that backing the visitors to notch a couple of goals at Signal Iduna Park offers punters value for money.
Sociedad is winless in their last four fixtures, and in nine of their last ten. They were also winless in 18 of their last 23 ties.
Getafe, meanwhile, has been one of the most consistent teams in the La Liga this season. They are unbeaten in the last five games, and in 44 of their last 52 match-ups. Importantly, the hosts won the last four h2h ties and scored two or more goals in three of the four ties.
At this venue, they won the last three encounters and has lost only twice in the last 15 years. The team also scored two or more goals in the last three matches at this stadium. On the road, Getafe was unbeaten in 22 of their last 25 clashes.
Finally, Getafe is determined to finish in the top-four, and with the closest competitor, Sevilla taking on Girona, Getafe needs to deliver in this tie. And against an opponent that they have dominated this well recently, the team is rightfully expected to do so.
Tomas Oral emerged as a true saviour for Ingolstadt. The German manager took charge at the start of the month after the team had a run of five consecutive defeats in the league. He made an immediate impact shifting Die Schanzer’s fortunes around instantly as the team won two and drew one of three 2. Bundesliga games with him in charge. Ingolstadt bagged an impressive eight-goal tally in these three matches.
Dynamo will also enter this in the highest of spirits after a demolishing victory over section leaders Koln on Sunday. However, their away record does not quite promise success here against a red-hot opposition who are desperate for points. The home win is the way to go at 1.73 odds.
I am a fan of River Plate and that's why i believe in them in every game they play. Basically, they are the best team in the world and that's why I am sure that they can beat any team. Barca, Man Utd, Chelsea – doesn't matter. And Palestino is in that list, In list of the teams that will lose to River. 0:4, River Plate