A wealth of high-profile football matches are taking place across Europe this evening and for punters not averse to some continental-flavoured wager-making, the news.bwin team have got just the bet for you.
Each of the games involved in our fourfold will be beamed directly to living rooms around the world so you can observe our 60/1 winning ticket come roaring home from the comfort of your favourite armchair.
FC Bayern Munchen (-1) to beat Schalke @ 2/5
We’ll start with the shortest price, which sees the bloodthirsty Bavarians, still smarting from their 4-1 Wolfsburg shellacking last time out, do some damage to the Schalke defence.
With 12 straight Allianz Arena triumphs, there’s little room to debate the result and considering only one visitor has found the net since the opening day of the season, it’s safe to assume two FC Hollywood strikes will see this bet land.
Prior to their 1-1 August draw in Gelsenkirchen, Schalke had lost seven straight meetings with this foe by a one-goal margin at least.
PSV to beat NAC Breda & over 2.5 goals @ 6/4
The Eindhoven steamroller rumbles on at the top of the Eredivisie; it’s poised to give NAC a good old flattening just as the minnows were getting over the 6-1 drubbing they endured the last time they played PSV.
Seven straight league wins have enabled Phillip Cocu’s men to prise a nine-point gap between themselves and Ajax at the summit, with all bar two of these resulting in a payday for backers of the aforementioned bet.
Breda have lost seven from ten and have bagged just once in five and resemble meat for foes of PSV’s stature.
Paris Saint-Germain to beat Lille & both teams to score @ 17/4
A couple of weeks off over Christmas prompted Les Parisiens to remember the strength they possess compared to almost all of their domestic competitors; they’ve recorded six wins from seven, including five on the spin, since some Yuletide downtime.
This smouldering streak is likely to be too hot for Lille, but Les Dogues will rustle the visitors’ net, as they have done in five successive meetings with PSG on the homestead.
Roma and Fiorentina to draw @ 23/10
The Giallorossi are on a spectacular drawing spree at the moment, tying five on the bounce, including a Serie A skirmish with next opponents Fiorentina two games back.
Vincenzo Montella’s men, recently shorn of prized attacking asset Juan Cuadrado, have drawn their last two so could well indulge Roma’s new-found habit.