Betting Preview: Bet on the Cherries to avoid a defeat and earn a juicy reward

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Alex Caparros
Eddie Howe’s charges have in recent times held their fortress firmly and should put up another stellar performance in this encounter

AFC Bournemouth clash with Levante for the second of their six matches in their build-up to the 2018-19 Premier League campaign on Friday at La Manga.

Paco Lopez’s men ended 15th in the La Liga standing last term, despite winning five of their last six fixtures with the most recent 5-4 victory against the Spanish top-flight’s champions, Barcelona.

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Though this duel is the Frogs’ first warm-up game of pre-season, Bet365 still prices them at odds of (2.50) to match their English opponent.

Howe’s side managed to finish 12th in the English top-flight last season, following their last two victories in the league. The Cherries held back the last season’s Champions League quarter-finalists, Sevilla, last Saturday to a 1-1 stalemate. Thus, they’re offered odds of (2.50) to cause an upset here.

A no winner, no vanquished state at the end of 90 minutes of intense action is chalked up at a chunky (3.20) with the same betting outfit.

Brave punters should go all out for an outcome that backs the  outfit to avoid another defeat in this showdown. This is owing to the fact that they enter this tie on the back of a three-game unbeaten streak.

So, banking on a possible outcome here to earn a juicy benefit seems profitable at odds of (1.50) with Bet365.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.  

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