View our expert’s Football Accumulator Tips & Predictions for Monday.
Inter Milan (7.45pm)
There’s no room for error for Inter in Serie A with AC Milan just three points behind and possibly more menanacingly Juventus, who have been over the corse and distance so many times, lurking seven points adrift.
Inter have won six in a row in Serie A and Romelu Lukaku is leading the charge to the Scudetto. The Belgian has scored 18 already in Serie A and is ably assisted by Lautaro Martínez who is on 13.
Atalanta have failed to scale the heights of last season but have proven that on their day they’re still a match for anything Serie A has to offer. They’ve already held Inter to a 1-1 draw and beaten the likes of AC Milan and Roma – in fact Napoli are the only top 6 team to have beaten them this season. They’ll be no pushovers but Inter have the bit between their teeth, can see the finishing line in the distance and have to be backed at even money
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Real Betis (8.00pm)
Betis still have an outside ambition of finishing in a Champions League spot this season but qualification for the Europa League looks more realistic from their 6th position in the table. Tonight they welcome 2nd bottom Alaves and with a strong record at Estadio Benito Villamarín they should pick up the three points.
Eibar (18th) are the only team outside the top seven that have taken points from Betis’ at home and Manuel Pellegrini’s sdie go into the game having tasted defeat just once this year, a 3-2 loss to Barcelona. Alaves have lost seven of their last nine.
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AZ Reserves v NAC Breda – Over 2.5 Goals (8.00pm)
The Dutch Eerste Divisie is a go-to league for goals and tonight’s match between AZ Resevers and NAC Breda should deliver.
‘Jong’ AZ matches average 4.04 goals in the Dutch second tier, jumping to 4.62 at home. 10 of 13 at home have seen Over 2.5 Goals, in fact over half of their home matches have gone Over 4.5 goals.
NAC aren’t quite so thrilling to watch but they go in to the game having score 14 in their last five so are in-form in front of goal.
West Ham v Leeds Utd – Over 2.5 Goals (8.00pm)
Only two teams (Man City & Spurs) have a better home record in the Premier League than West Ham who have the chance to go fifth with a win over Leeds tonight.
The Hammers have found the net in all but one home match this season and have scored in 22 of 26 matches so far. The addition of Jesse Lingard has added an extra spark to their front line and he’s fitted in seamlessly since his arrival.
Leeds on the road are the most entertaining side in the division with games averaging 3.92 goals away from Elland Road – miles above the league average. They’ve scored in 11 of 13 on their travels and can contribute to the Over 2.5 line tonight.
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