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Low Odds, High Odds: 5 Tips Around Europe This Weekend - 15/01/22

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Juventus vs Udinese (Low Odds): Paulo Dybala to Score First - 9/2

On Saturday in Serie A, Juventus take on Udinese in a battle of fifth against 14th, with Massimiliano Allegri’s side just three points behind Atalanta who occupy the final Champions League place.

The last meeting between these two sides came on 22nd August in what was notably Cristiano Ronaldo’s last appearance in a Juventus shirt. The Match Resulted in a 2-2 draw with Argentinian forward Paulo Dybala scoring the opening goal of the match after just three minutes.

Dybala has been arguably Juventus’ star man since the Portuguese striker left for Manchester United, scoring nine and creating four assists in 19 matches, averaging a goal every 144 minutes, hence why he is priced at 9/2 to score first once again at the expense of Udinese.

Serie A Goalscorer Tips

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Paulo Dybala to Score First @ 9/2

PSG vs Brest (High Odds): PSG to win -5 Goal Handicap - 20/1

This weekend’s Ligue 1 action sees Paris Saint-Germain host Brest at the Parc des Princes in a meeting of first against 13th in the standings.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men are 11 points ahead of Nice in second place, having scored 40 and conceded just 18 in 20 matches in France’s top flight. Meanwhile, Brest are 13th, letting in 31 in 20 games.

With an attacking trio of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi is must be stated that five goals aren’t out of the realms of possibility, especially when considering that PSG thumped Brest 4-2 away from home back in August as Ander Herrera, Mbappe, Idrissa Gueye and Angel Di Maria all got on the scoresheet, without Messi or Neymar at their disposal.

Ligue 1 Goal Handicap Tips

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PSG to win -5 Goal Handicap @ 20/1

FC Koln vs Bayern Munich (Low Odds): Bayern Munich to win -2 Goal Handicap - 2/1

The next tip is a low odds one from the Bundesliga, as league leaders Bayern Munich travel to sixth in the table FC Koln.

Julian Nagelsmann’s men have scored 57 goals in 18 matches, conceding 18 along the way, meaning that they average 3.1 goals per game and with Robert Lewandowski averaging a goal every 77 minutes with 20 in 18 league matches, it will be a tough ask for Koln to stop them.

The first meeting was Nagelsmann’s first league match in charge of Bayern which will have likely caused some teething problems as the champions were still adapting to the 34-year-old’s tactics, but, this didn’t stop them from managing all three points in a 3-2 victory, as a Lewandowski goal and Serge Gnabry brace settled the outcome.

Bundesliga Goal Handicap Tips

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Bayern Munich to win -2 Goal Handicap @ 2/1

Atalanta vs Inter Milan (High Odds): Lautaro Martinez to Score First & Inter to win 2-1 - 66/1

Atalanta go toe to toe with Inter Milan at the Gewiss Stadium on Sunday in an exciting clash in Serie A that sees first take on fourth.

When these two sides met in late September at the San Siro, Inter managed to rescue a point, having initially taken the lead in the match thanks to a thumping Lautaro Martinez volley, before falling behind to goals by Ruslan Malinovskyi and Rafael Toloi, but, former Manchester City man Edin Dzeko earned them a draw with a poachers finish from close range with 19 minutes to go.

Martinez has scored 11 goals and created two assists in 24 matches, seeing the former Racing Club man average a goal every 145 minutes. The 24-year-old also has a good record against Atalanta, scoring three in five appearances against them.

Serie A Goalscorer & Correct Score Tips

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Lautaro Martinez to Score First & Inter to win 2-1 @ 66/1

Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao (Low Odds): Real Madrid to win & BTTS - 11/5

In the Supercopa de Espana final, Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao face off at the King Fahd International Stadium in Saudi Arabia with Los Blancos coming in as favourites.

In terms of La Liga context, this would be top of the table against ninth, with Carlo Ancelotti’s side being the dominant force in the league at present, seeing them sit five points clear of Sevilla in second-place.

Real have scored 45 and conceded 18 so far in the league this campaign, showing that they are free-scoring. To get to the final of the Super Cup, Real beat Barcelona 3-2 thanks to goals by Vinicius Junior, Karim Benzema and Federico Valverde, whilst Bilbao scraped past Atletico Madrid 2-1 with Yeray and Nico Williams scoring late goals to send them to the final.

These two sides last met on December 22nd where there were three goals in the first 10 minutes of the match at the San Mames, as Karim Benzema put Real into a 2-0 lead after seven minutes, before Oihan Sancet halved the deficit to make the scoreline 2-1 with that score remaining as the full-time result.

Spanish Super Cup Match Result & BTTS Tips

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Real Madrid to win & BTTS @ 11/5