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

Lee Phelps

Thursday, March 12, 2015 5:58 PM UTC

Thursday, Mar. 12, 2015 5:58 PM UTC

William Hill's Lee Phelps has been scouring European football for some good odds for his big three on Saturday. He thinks he's found them too, with three goal scorers in the betting for his free picks.

Burnley vs. Manchester City
It’s second bottom versus second top, with City boasting a record of two defeats in 19, while Burnley have two wins in 16. Surely there is only one result here? Let's breakdown Premier League odds to find out.

I’m looking at plenty of goals too with 45 having been scored in the last nine matches between the two. City are unbeaten in their last 13 matches in all competitions against Burnley.

We can just about guarantee City goals, no home team has stopped them scoring in their last 20 league away games. They have hit the most shots of any team in the division with 469 this season and I’m banking on their main striker Sergio Aguero to hit most of them. In fact I like him to score two or more and take City past the 1,000 goal barrier in the Premier League.

Free Soccer Pick: Sergio Aguero to score two or more 5.0 (4/1)

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Dortmund vs. Koln
Koln have a terrible record in Dortmund, which is why oddsmakers have made them a +900 Bundesliga odds underdog. The last time the Billy Goats won there was around 24 years ago and have suffered 14 defeats in their last 15 away games against BVB, with a 3-3 draw in May 2001 providing their only point in that timeframe.

Jurgen Klopp’s team are back in form and back amongst the goals, picking up 13 points from a possible 15 and are now four points off seventh. Another win would be their 700th in the Bundesliga.

The men firing them into form again are Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with five of their last 13 and Marco Reus, who has four. The pair have either score or assisted in 20 of the 31 goals they have scored in the league. It’s a toss-up which one to go for, but I’ll stick with Aubemayang after he landed our soccer pick last week.

Free Soccer Pick: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score anytime 2.2 (6/5)

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Eibar vs. Barca
This is Barcelona’s first ever league visit to Ipurua and I expect it to be a tough one for the home team as La Liga odds have them at a huge +1800. Their early season form has deserted them and have been stuck on 27 points for seven games now, losing all of them. Their home form hadn’t been too bad, but it’s the games against Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid that I look at and they lost 1-3 and 0-4 in those fixtures.

Despite Barca’s Champions League game against Man City I expect them to warm up with goals galore here (well at least four in the game) with the usual trio all firing now. Leonardo Messi has now bagged more hat-tricks than any other player in La Liga with 24. He overtook Cristiano Ronaldo last week, Neymar is obviously in great form and Luis Suarez has started scoring consistently. He has scored in four successive appearances, which is his best run since joining. He has also scored in each of the last four away wins.

Free Soccer Pick: Suarez goal and Barcelona win 1.73 (8/11)

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