Betin Kenya Preview - Profitable betting tips for the weekend

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This weekend's football action promises a lot of goals and Betin Kenya has selected some of the best games to look out for

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Manchester United v Liverpool (Both teams to score - 1.64)

The big game of the Premier League weekend will see fierce rivals Manchester United and Liverpool go head to head at Old Trafford. With the title virtually in Manchgester City's hand, the battle for second place will be intense. Only two points seperate Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp's side meaning this will be an entertaining tie. The Red Devils have conceded the least goals on home soil this season. However, no outfit has scored more goals on the road than the Reds. Backing both teams to find the back of the net should therefore reap some rewards.

Sevilla v Valencia (Home win - 2.07)

Another entertaining clash will take place at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán between Sevilla and Vallencia. Los Rojiblancos are in fifth place, eight points behind Los Che who occupy the final Champions League qualification spot. Marcelino García Toral's men are on a five-game unbeaten run but Vincenzo Montella's side will fancy their chances for victory having beaten Basque giants Athletic Bilbao 2-0 last weekend.

Bayern Munich v Hamburger SV (Home win and Over 3.5 goals - 2.05)

Bayern Munich are in blsitering form in the German Bundesliga and are within distance of lifting a sixth consecutive league crown. Having demolished Freiburg 4-0 away from home last Sunday, they'll look to get another big win over Hamburg who lurk in relegation waters. Jupp Heynckes’charges have scored 34goals so far at the Allianz Arena this season while shipping in just nine goals. You can certainly count on the Bvarian giants to ease to victory and put a couple of goals past a weak Hamburg defence that has conceded 21 goals on the road this term.

Paris Saint Germain v Metz (Home win both halves- 1.86)

Having crashed out of the Uefa Champions League in the hands of Real Madrid, Les Parisiens will hope to put behind the disappointment when they host Metz. PSG lead the Ligue 1 standings with a 14 point gap over Monaco and going up against the bottom-placed team should give them less worries. Unai Emery's charges have secured victory in both halves in 11 of their last 14 league games and backing them to repeat it again on their turf won't be out of place.

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