Betin Kenya – Wise weekend bets

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It can be tempting to keep adding legs to your multiples to boost the odds, but when teams like Real Madrid are dropping points at home

This weekend the team at Betin Kenya have played it safe by backing 3 teams in good form, and a pretty likely both teams to score bet.

Use the code PVC6D to place this bet.

Man City vs Crystal Palace (1 & Over 3.5 – 2.05)
Man City’s last two Premier League games have had 11 goals, and while they can’t keep it up forever, we feel there will be plenty of goals again in this game. Crystal Palace have endured a tumultuous start to the season and the gap between 1st and 20th will reflect in a very comfortable win for the home side.

 

Leicester City vs Liverpool (GG – 1.60)
This tie presents an immediate rematch of the Carabao Cup tie which happened on Tuesday night. Leicester won 2-0 so expect a reaction from Klopp’s men who are winless in 4 games. These sides are unpredictable so picking a winner is tough; back both teams to score instead.

 

Southampton vs Manchester United (2 – 1.78)
Mourinho’s side showed some defensive holes in their last away fixture at Stoke, and will be keen to put down a marker against Southampton. The Red Devils have responded well, winning all their games easily since September 9th and should beat The Saints who appear to lack the attacking quality to match the free-scoring away side.

 

Dortmund vs Monchengladbach (1 – 1.43)
Dortmund are the only team in Europe’s top 7 leagues not to concede a goal so far this season. Monchengladbach may break that record as they have had a solid start in the Bundesliga, but with Peter Bosz’s side probably the form side in Germany, back the home win.

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