Betin Kenya Preview – Weekend High Five Multiple

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Another exciting weekend of European football action awaits us and as usual the team at Betin Kenya has detailed predictions for these upcoming games

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Manchester United vs Leicester City (1 & Over 1.5)
The Red Devils have started the season in ominous fashion, displaying a dangerous attacking intent that was sorely lacking last year. Leicester will be their toughest test yet, as the Foxes have looked impressive in both games so far. With Vardy, Mahrez and Iheanacho in their ranks, they will fancy their chances of scoring at Old Trafford. However across the pitch United are a better unit, and with confidence high,Mourinho’s men should win here and score a couple in the process.

 

Watford vs Brighton (1)
Marco Silva nearly pulled off a miracle last season in saving Hull City from relegation. This term he has had an entire summer to work with Watford, and the early signs are positive. A battling draw with Liverpool was followed by a comprehensive away win at Bournemouth. Now against newly promoted Brighton, we expect them to get their first home win of the season.

 

Tottenham vs Burnley  (1 & Over 1.5)
A late Chelsea goal denied Spurs their first Premier League win at Wembley, however they dominated most of the game, and look to still possess the power and pace that made them title challengers last season. Burnley will battle valiantly, but with Eriksen, Alli and Kane eager to replicate last seasons form, the home side should win and hit the net at least twice.

 

AC Milan vs Cagliari (1 & Over 1.5)
Big spending AC Milan started their season off with a comfortable 0-3 away win against Crotone. Their summer signings make home debuts against Cagliari, and will be keen to impress an expectant crowd. The financial gulf between these sides is huge, and in a footballing world where money talks, this should be reflected in an easy win for what looks to be a resurgent Milan outfit.

 

Real Madrid vs Valencia (1 & Over 2.5)
Real Madrid have remarkably scored in their last 68 games, and the best side in the world will surely add to that record this weekend. Even without the suspended Cristiano Ronaldo they have so much attacking quality across the pitch. Last weekend Los Blancos scored 3 goals away from home, and at the very least, they will do the same here in what would be their first home win of the 2017/2018 season.

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