With another bumper fixture list across Europe on Saturday, Shaun Curran picks out three odds-on favourites from the Bundesliga, Premier League and League One to make up a banker treble that comes in at over 3/1.
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Werder Bremen to beat Wolfsburg @ 13/20
Werder Bremen are well in touch with the teams at the top of the Bundesliga and can continue their title tilt with a home win against lowly Wolfsburg.
Bremen lie in fourth place but are just five points off leaders Bayern Munich and have nothing to fear when hosting a Wolfsburg side whose terrible away form is in stark contrast to their own terrific run at Weserstadion.
Bremen have won five of their last six home matches and have taken 18 points from 21, which is the joint best haul in the division.
By contrast, Wolfsburg have the worst away record in the league, winning just one of eight on the road and taking just four points. They have lost five of their last six trips, conceding 17 goals in the process, and are likely to be on the end of another defeat on Saturday.
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Arsenal to beat Everton @ 1/2
Despite a midweek defeat to Olympiakos, Arsenal remain in fine form and can beat a shot-shy Everton side at the Emirates.
Arsene Wenger fielded a weakened team on Wednesday with the Gunners already through to the last 16 of the Champions League but a full-strength line-up should have too much for the Toffees. Since a defeat to Liverpool, Arsenal have taken 16 points from 18 at home, a record only bettered by Tottenham and Manchester City.
Only Spurs have taken more points than Arsenal in the six-match form guide and with Robin van Persie in such incredible form, Everton have their work cut out.
There was a time when you could have made a case for Everton to go anywhere and get a result but there is a lack of cutting edge that undermines all of David Moyes’ good work. Woeful in defeat to Stoke last weekend, Everton have lost all three trips to teams in the top half, posting a -5 goal difference in those fixtures, and will find it just as difficult in north London.
Charlton Athletic to beat Walsall @ 4/5
Charlton Athletic look relentless in League One at the moment and can be trusted at odds on to win away at struggling Walsall.
The Addicks top the table, seven points clear of second-placed Sheffield Wednesday after seeing to Huddersfield Town’s 43-match unbeaten record last time out.
Unsurprisingly, Charlton have the best away record in the division, winning eight of their ten games and losing just once.
The Saddlers have a 2-3-5 record at the Bescot. losing three of their last six. They have lost four of their five home games against teams in the top half and are not in the same class as opponents who have won all four trips to sides who currently reside in the bottom 12.
(Read a full League One betting preview here)
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