Best Soccer Picks for Saturday: Premier League, Bundesliga & More!

Lee Phelps

Friday, February 27, 2015 3:02 PM GMT

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015 3:02 PM GMT

We have been looking across Europe's soccer betting for three good bets. He has visited Germany, England and Holland for his free picks and has decent odds for all of them.

Saturday’s Big Three bets based on available soccer odds take in the Premier League, the Bundesliga and a little stop off in the Netherlands for a change.

 

West Ham vs Crystal Palace
The Hammers’ peculiar season seems to be petering out and all that promise and goodwill towards the manager has evaporated.

They threw away a two goal lead at Tottenham last week, having looked like the early season incarnation for large parts, including a goal from Diafra Sakho, but still they only came away with a point. Whether it is the fatigue and slight injuries that costs them that extra few percent, I’m not sure I can trust them at short prices now offered in Premier League soccer odds.

They face a Palace team who have been much better away from home under Alan Pardew winning four straight games in Cup and League since the new boss took over. They look comfortable sitting back and playing on the break with pace on the wings.

I can see this being an entertaining game with both teams scoring, but ultimately both will leave with a point.

Free soccer pick: Draw and both teams to score 3.75

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Borussia Dortmund vs Schalke
Dortmund may have lost in the Champions League, but their precious away goal has given them a great chance to overhaul the 2-1 deficit against Juve. Now it’s back to the league and trying to pull themselves further away from the dreaded drop zone.

Their three successive wins have eased the pressure in the Bundesliga basement and now they face a Schalke side who are 10 points ahead of them. Bundesliga soccer odds are favoring -200 Dortmund vs. Schalke +550 at Bet365.

It’s also a side who have struggled for goals since the winter break with only four scored in the five games. Defensively they are tight though with only three conceded. The 1-1 draw at Bayern Munich is their stand out away result of the season, with only three wins so far and two of those against bottom four sides.

If they want Champions League football, they need to start picking up points and I expect this to be a more open game, with Dortmund’s new found confidence. I’m not picking a winner here, but going for Pierre Aubameyang to score in the match as my main bet.

Free soccer pick: Pierre Aubameyang to score 2.25

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Cambuur vs Heracles
The Dutch Eredivisie isn’t a division we often feature, but it is one for fans of goals. All 18 average over 2.5 per game, with the lowest being 2.71 per match! Check out Holland's soccer odds to see what's being offered right now. 

I can see goals here too with Heracles’ poor away form and the fact they have conceded the second most goals on the road (28) including three or more in six separate games.

So, I expect Cambuur to get at least two and the man I expect to among the goals is Bartholomew Ogbeche. He has 11 in 21 and is just back from a suspension. He returned with a goal in that game and I see the Nigerian front man scoring here.

Free soccer pick: Bartholomew Ogbeche to score 2.5

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