Betin Kenya – Bet on the Big Guns This Weekend!

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If these football predictions come through in a 5-leg multiple, then you would win KSh19, 000 from a KSh500 bet!

Betin Kenya are taking a look at five games involving the biggest teams across Europe this weekend, and showing you what the clever bets are.

If these football predictions come through in a 5-leg multiple, then you would win KSh19, 000 from a KSh500 bet!

Use the code H7YF6 to place this multiple!

Liverpool vs Arsenal (Under 2.5 – 2.02)

This seems like an oddbet due to the defensive shortcomings of both sides, and especially given the fact the last game was 4-3 at the Emirates, but the reason for Under 2.5 is a simple one. At Anfield this season, against Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City and Man Utd, all these games were Under 2.5. Anfield is a small pitch, and Liverpool tend to defend better against the bigger teams. Arsenal have had 2 weeks to prepare for this game so they will likely be tighter at the back as well.

Sunderland vs Man City (2 & GG – 2.30)

While Man City have improved in recent weeks defensively, they are always liable to concede at any time, and in Jermaine Defoe the Black Cats have a proven striker capable of punishing Guardiola’s side. City’s quality should get the win, but Sunderland will raise their game against a big side, and we feel they may knick a goal in defeat.

Roma vs Napoli (1 – 2.08)

Roma faced a big test last week away to Inter Milan, and they produced an amazing performance to win 1-3. While Napoli will offer equally tough opposition, with home advantage and plenty of confidence, a Roma win is good value here.

Udinese vs Juventus  (2 – 1.50)

Juventus are on an impressive 10 game win streak, and it’s hard to see Udinese breaking this run as they languish in 14th. An away win seems a banker.

Eibar vs Real Madrid (2&GG – 2.60)

In Madrid’s last 8 away games they haven’t kept a clean sheet. While they should have enough attacking intent to get the win, we feel the lack of tracking back by Bale, Benzema and Ronaldo will come back to hurt them. Villarreal exposed them last week by scoring twice, and we feel Eibar will also get on the scoresheet here even if they lose.



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