Dinamo Moscow’s recent unbeaten run of games could come under pressure tomorrow when they face second-placed Zenit St Petersburg.
Sergej Silkin’s side currently sit top of the form table, having picked up 12 points from their last six matches.
This has helped them climb up to third in the Premier Liga table and while their latest opponents sit just ahead of them in second place, their recent form has seen them win only two of their last six.
Despite this, it is Zenit who have been installed as favourites for the meeting, with bwin pricing them at betting odds of 6/5 to win the game.
Punters can back the draw at 21/10 or place a wager on the home side to pick up a win at 23/10.
Based on form, the latter option could be a popular pick among football betting enthusiasts and new members at bwin using their free £25 to bet on the outcome could collect returns of £82.50.
Past meetings between the pair have always produced close games, with the win record in the last seven currently standing at 4-3 in Zenit’s favour.
Odds of 13/10 on the game being won by only one goal difference, therefore, could prove tempting for punters.
Both Zenit and Dinamo Moscow are currently among the top five attacking sides in the league, averaging 1.64 and 1.36 goals per game respectively.
And the relevant football betting markets reflect this, with plenty of opportunities to bet on the number of goals in the game.
Interestingly, only one of the last five meetings between the sides has ended with both teams failing to score and bwin offers odds of 4/5 on Zenit and Dinamo finding the back of the net again on this occasion.
Alternatively, punters placing a wager on one goal being scored in the match will get odds of 7/2, while two goals (5/2), three goals (333/100) and four goals (11/2) could also prove attractive.
However, the clash is likely to be a fiercely-fought affair, so the 25/1 odds on a 2-1 home win could attract some of the more sensible money.
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