With Sunday traditionally providing a day of rest for one and all, punters should look to make the most of their time off by letting their money work for them. Games from Italy, France and Spain offer the perfect chance to ensure you see out the weekend with a tidy profit thanks to the return of the European banker treble.
Anyone using the free £25 bet available for joining bwin.com on this treble could make it a memorable Sunday with potential winnings of £67 thanks to odds of 42/25.
Udinese to beat Catania @ 13/20
You would have to go back to April 23rd 2011 to find the last time that Udinese lost at the Stadio Friuli in Serie A, with the Zebrette enjoying a rich vein of form at home since then.
Their last ten games as hosts have brought eight wins and two draws, with the stalemates coming against AC Milan and Juventus.
In contrast, Catania’s last ten games away from home have brought just one solitary win against second from bottom Lecce back in November.
Bet on Udinese to continue their fine home form with a win today.
Olympique Marseille to beat Le Havre @ 33/100
Last weekend’s 2-0 victory over Ligue 1 rivals Lille at the Stade Velodrome provided further evidence that Didier Deschamps’ side could be finding form at the most important time of the season.
While this weekend’s Coupe de France games provide a break from the league action, punters should keep an eye on Marseille’s home tie with second division Le Havre.
After all, you would have to go back to September to find the last time Marseille lost at the Stade Velodrome, with the French giants winning six and drawing two of their subsequent eight league games at home.
Impressively, just two goals have been conceded in this time.
Home advantage and the gap in the league positions make Marseille likely winners here and with odds of 33/100 on a win for Deschamps men, you would be mad to bet against them.
Real Madrid to beat Athletic Bilbao @ 11/50
Jose Mourinho is no doubt still smarting from his side’s midweek home defeat to Barcelona in the Copa del Rey.
But the Special One is also likely to expect his squad to bounce back at the Bernabeu with the visit of Bilbao.
Real have a fine record against the Basque club at home in recent years, with wins in each of their last five encounters in Madrid.
Meanwhile, Los Blancos have registered 34 goals at home in just eight league matches, giving them an average of over four a game.
Aside from their defeat to Barca earlier in the season, they have also won each home league encounter and while Marcelo Bielsa’s Bilbao side are no walkovers, a home win remains likely.
With Cristiano Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain and Karim Benzema to choose from, Madrid look fearsome moving forward and with all three enjoying good goalscoring form of late, odds of 11/50 on a home win are justified.
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