Best Bets Across European Football

Cristiano Ronaldo

Friday, December 2, 2016 7:50 PM GMT

With El Clasico and Chelsea facing Man City, is no wonder this is a BIG weekend in European football. The betting value is scattered all over the map. But, have no fear as we gather the best bets for you to make the most profit. 

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With 17 bets on Saturday alone I’ve got far too many game selections to list here but as usual I’ll do my best to pick out the most interesting games and hopefully a few winners for you at the same time.

Let’s get started with the first game of the day (in my list) and that’s the match between Granada and Sevilla. Granada have definitely struggled more than most recently and find themselves at the bottom of the La Liga table whereas Sevilla are up into 3rd place in the league and have 3 wins in their last 5 matches. For those two reasons combined I’m happy to see Sevilla picked out as the value selection here and at 1.82 with SBOBet I’m happy to place some of my money on the away win.

Of course the big game of the weekend is El Clasico (FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid) and this game always captures a lot of attention. If you’re in the UK then you will not be able to find this game on any television channel. Luckily you can watch this game through Bet365’s live streaming option and that could give you a few in-play betting options.

For pre-match betting, I’m backing the home side to get out of their recent rut and make the most of their home advantage. Odds are reasonable for a home win as well with BetVictor offering odds of 1.9 for a home win. That’s a bet I’m on as I think it offers great value. There should be goals in this one as well as Real Madrid have been built with an emphasis on attack and Barcelona look fragile right now. It might be worth keeping an eye on the Over/Under markets just in case there is anything that catches your eye.

Switching over to Germany for a bet there are a couple of bets that have caught my eye from the Bundesliga. The first is in the Borussia Dortmund v Borussia Monchengladbach game where I’ll be backing the home side. I’ve said it before but it bears repeating that value can be found in low odds selections as well as longer shots and at odds of 1.5 with Pinnacle, this is a fairly low odds choice. Dortmund have won half of the league fixtures between these two over the last few years so I’m confident in this one coming out our way.

At longer odds, I’m also looking for Hoffenheim to pick up all 3 points at home against FC Köln. You can get 2.19 with SBOBet but I wouldn’t expect the odds to stay as high as that for long.

Into the Premier League for our last couple of selections and the first match of the day also has a potential bet for us. Chelsea has been in great form recently but Manchester City will not be easy opponents at the Etihad Stadium. As always I’m following the value and this time it’s with Manchester City at 2.21 with 5Dimes. There are a few specials floating about for this one and if you don’t already have an account with a bookie then you might be able to take advantage of a great opening offer on this one.

Rounding off the day, I’m backing Arsenal to win against West Ham in their latest London Derby. At 1.81 with 5Dimes I think there is a ton of value in this one and should lead to some profit for us all.

There are a decent number of value bets floating around this weekend but as always you’re not getting any value if you’re not shopping around for the best odds. Best of luck for the weekend and I’ll be back next week with some Champions League match-ups.