Betin Kenya Preview – Fantastic Four Multiple!

Check out these great football predictions from the team at Betin Kenya.

Check out these great football predictions from the team at Betin Kenya. After a hectic midweek, this weekend will prove absolutely crucial in title run-ins, relegation dogfights and battles for Champions League places across Europe.

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A KSh 500 bet could get you KSh 20,000!

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid (GG – 1.72)
The last time these sides met Real humiliated their cross-city rivals by winning 0-3 at the Vicente Calderon, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a hat-trick. While Los Blancos are still top, they don’t look as invincible these days, and their defence is leaking a lot of goals. Atletico have looked more like the force of old winning their last 5 in the league, so an even game is likely and GG could be a smart call.

Angers vs Monaco (2&GG – 3.20)
Monaco lie three points ahead of PSG in Ligue 1 and with only 8 games left a win here is essential. The league leaders should get the win but as Angers are at home, and they have scored in 4 of their last 5 games, is it likely they will get a goal even in defeat.

Tottenham vs Watford (1 & Over 3.5 - 2.74)
It is hard to see anything but a Tottenham win given their brilliant home form this season. Against a Watford team that sit comfortably in mid-table, there are likely to be plenty of goals as well given the way in which Spurs should dominate the game.

RB Leipzig vs Bayer Leverkusen (Over 3.5 – 2.78)
This game has goals written all over it.  In the reverse of this fixture Leipzig won 2-3 in a thrilling game away from home. Both teams are coming off midweek wins and with the attacking quality on both sides, take a calculated risk and back Over 3.5 goals.


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