This Sunday sees a number of clashes across Europe’s top leagues and we’ve picked out three strong bets to back which could leave you with a very tasty £88.16 should you back them in a treble with your free £25 bet for joining bwin.com.
Millwall to beat Bristol City @ 3/4
The Championship is our first stop for this banker treble where The New Den plays host to Derek McInnes’ Robins. The Lions have only been beaten once at home all season and have scored seven goals in their last two clashes on home soil. Bristol City have leaked double the amount of goals that they have scored on their travels and while McInnes has enjoyed a good start to his career at Ashton Gate, he faces a tough challenge here as City have not won at Millwall since October 1997. Kenny Jackett’s side have only conceded five goals in their eight league games at The New Den and should have the firepower to beat Bristol City here, especially with Darius Henderson in fine form, having scored 12 goals in eight league games this season.
Paris Saint-Germain to beat AS Nancy Lorraine @ 3/10
Next up we look at Ligue 1 and suggest backing PSG to continue their reign at the top of the league by dispatching Nancy this weekend. Jean Fernandez’s side have never won on their visits to the capital and considering they are yet to pick up a victory away from home all season, that stat is unlikely to change here. Worryingly for Nancy fans, their side have only managed to find the net three times away from home while PSG have kept four clean sheets on home soil already. Boss Antoine Kombouare has seen his side win their last six games at the Parc de Princes and home fans will be expecting that winning streak to continue here.
Genoa to beat Novara @ 11/20
Last up on our treble this weekend is the Serie A clash between Genoa and Novara, one of the newcomers to Italy’s top flight. Genoa currently boast an unbeaten home record so far this term and are unlikely to face a huge test here as Novara have only picked up two points on their travels. On top of that, Novara haven’t tasted victory in seven league outings and fans are already fearing a tough season ahead. Genoa’s defence has been solid at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, conceding only three goals, and when you couple that with the fact that Novara have conceded on average two goals a game on the road it is hard to see any other result than a comfortable home win here.
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