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Last weekend the Betin Kenya team had a clean sweep with 4 correct predictions

They are aiming to repeat that feat this weekend, so use the code Q9N6N if you like the look of these bets!

 

Huddersfield vs Tottenham (2 & Over 1.5 – 1.64)         
Despite their solid start to the season, the Achilles heel for Spurs has been when they play at Wembley. Away from home they have won all their games, appearing to be a more dangerous side when the opposition feels obliged to take them on in front of their home fans. Huddersfield are likely to do the same here, so back Harry Kane and Co. to get the win with a minimum of 2 goals to be scored.

 

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace (1 & Over 2.5 – 1.66)
The decision to sack Frank De Boer has done nothing to stem the tide of defeats at Crystal Palace, and the drubbing suffered at the hands of Man City last week will have done nothing for already waning confidence within the team. Hodgson may turn things around eventually, but with United scoring for fun domestically and abroad;it won’t be this weekend. Expect a comfortable home win for the Red Devils.

 

Augsburg vs Borussia Dortmund (Over 2.5 – 1.60)
The last two games have shown everything good and bad about Peter Bosz’s new look Dortmund side. A 6-1 win against Monchengladbach showed their incredible attacking strength, but a humiliating 1-3 loss at home to Real Madrid, that could have been 1-6, highlighted their defensive shortcomings, especially against the best sides.  Confidence maybe shaken in the Dortmund team after two Champions League defeats in a row, so don’t back a winner, pick over 2.5 goals instead.

 

Lazio vs Sassuolo  (1 – 1.46)
Lazio were flying in Serie A until they came unstuck to an excellent Napoli side. Regardless of this blip they should return to winning ways against a Sassuolo team that don’t appear to have the defensive organisation or attacking options to trouble the home side. 

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