Betin Kenya Preview – Bundesliga & Premier League tips!

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The best tips from Germany and England this weekend!

This week the team at Betin Kenya have focused on these two exciting leagues for the best value tips.

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Manchester City vs Crystal Palace (Away win either half – 4.05)
Crystal Palace’s record against the top sides in recent weeks has been remarkable, beating Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal. We feel they will put on a masterclass in frustrating Man City, and will get a goal on the break or via a set-piece. City’s defensive shortcomings are well known, and they could lose at least one half against an organised Palace side.

Hull City vs Sunderland (1 - 1.48)
This would appear to be an easy home win for Hull City. They simply must take 3 points to keep themselves out of the relegation zone with 4 games remaining. Against a dismal Sunderland side that have already been relegated; 3 points for the Tigers would seem a formality.

Burnley vs West Brom (1 – 2.22)
Buoyed by the confidence of their surprising away win to Crystal Palace last weekend, Burnley should build on this with a win against a struggling West Brom outfit that have failed to score in their last 5 games.

Leicester City vs Watford (1 – 1.60)
Leicester City steadied the ship last week with an impressive win away to West Brom. Before this they were winless in 5 games, but given the fact they played Atletico Madrid twice, and Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Everton away from home in the league, this drop in form was to be expected. Watford have also had a solid season, but we feel home advantage, and an in-form Jamie Vardy will tip the balance in Leicester’s favour.

Bayern Munich vs Darmstadt (Over 4.5 goals – 1.90)
Two very different objectives for these sides.  Darmstadt need to win to stay in the Bundesliga for another season, while Bayern Munich want the 3 points in front of their home fans to cap off their 5th successive league title. The away side will defend with desperation, but the Bavarians will be keen to finish the season on a high after a disappointing Champions League exit. They knocked 6 past Wolfsburg last week and likely to get plenty of goals with a full strength side on show.

Dortmund vs Hoffenheim (GG&Over 2.5 – 1.44)
Marco Reus has called this game an ‘absolute cup final’ , as these sides battle for third place and an all-important automatic Champions League qualification spot.  Dortmund surprisingly drew 0-0 last week at home to Cologne, but with a whole week to prepare for this tie, an improved attacking performance is likely and they should find the net here. However, Hoffenheim are a dangerous counter attacking side, and will be confident of picking holes in the host’s leaky defence. While we can’t pick a winner in this one, GG & over 2.5 seems nailed on.

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