Betting Tips: Win Money By Playing This Midweek Matches


While we await the return of Champions League and Europa League, top local leagues across Europe take all our attention this midweek.


The title race is off the mark in England on Tuesday as we go on another lap in the marathon. Though all is all but settled in LaLiga and Serie A in favour of Barcelona and Juventus respectively, action returns anyway.


Below are our predictions for matches to be played across these major leagues:


PS: Please only ever play with money you can afford to lose. Yes, our tips and predictions are well researched, but profits are not guaranteed.

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Wolves v Manchester United

Wolverhampton Wanderers eliminated Manchester United from the FA Cup just before the international break, now United have the chance to avenge the loss when the two sides face off in the league this Tuesday, just two weeks after their exit from the cup competition.


OUR TIP: Over 1.5


Cagliari v Juventus

Juventus recovered from their shock loss to Genoa ahead of the international break with a slim win over Empoli on Saturday and will be hoping to move closer to the Serie A title with a win over Cagliari on Tuesday.


OUR TIP: Juventus win


Villarreal v Barcelona

Barcelona had another comfortable victory at the weekend and remain ten points clear at the top of La Liga. They travel to Villarreal who are battling to stay in the league and are only a point above the relegation zone.


OUR TIP: Barcelona win

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Tottenham v Crystal Palace

The top three slot is no longer guaranteed for Tottenham Hotspur. The team that at one point seemed primed for a role in the title race will now be looking over its shoulders as three other teams close in. They will be hoping to make amends for their most recent loss, with a win over Crystal Palace, their next opponents.


OUR TIP: Tottenham win


Chelsea v Brighton

Chelsea are still in with a chance at a top four finish despite their tough run in the past few matches. They could easily rise to third place with a win over Brighton when the two sides face off this Wednesday. That will however depend on many other factors, with teams ahead of them also set to play in the week.


OUR TIP: Chelsea win, over 2.5


Manchester City v Cardiff

The battle for the Premier League title continues as Manchester City bid to get the win that will take them back to the top of the table. They host Cardiff City who after the disappointment of their late collapse against Chelsea on Sunday are in deep relegation trouble.


OUR TIP: Manchester City win first half and win the game

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Atletico Madrid v Girona

Chelsea reject, Alvaro Morata, who is on loan and Atletico Madrid looks like he’s back in form again and is good value to continue his scoring spree against Girona who are expected to struggle to keep up against a much stronger Atletico on their home front.


OUR TIP: Atletico Madrid win


Roma v Fiorentina

Both Fiorentina and Roma have had inconsistent runs in recent past. Wins have become sparse for the two sides and as a result, their ambitions for Europe have taken massive blows. The two face off this Wednesday hoping to pick points that would get them back on track.


OUR TIP: Roma win or Draw
PSG v Nantes

PSG winning the Ligue 1 title is looking a formality and now they continue their bid to win the double. They have won the French Cup for the past four years and host Nantes in the semi-final as they bid to win the trophy yet again.


OUR TIP: PSG win first half and win the game


Valencia v Real Madrid

Real Madrid recorded their third straight win since they changed their manager but had to work hard to get past bottom-of-the-table Huesca on Sunday evening. They have a difficult game here as they travel to sixth placed Valencia.


OUR TIP: Real Madrid win the game or Draw

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