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9:30 PM SGT 7/12/17
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The team at Betin have taken a look at four games this weekend that they believe are wise to bank on

Place them as singles if you want to play safe, or use the code TDPM5 to back all of these predictions to come through!

 

West Ham United vs Chelsea (GG – 1.92)
Chelsea travel across the capital to take on the Hammers at London Stadium and, in sharp contrast to the hosts, Antonio Conte’s charges have gone eight matches without defeat in domestic competition. There have been goals at both ends in each of the last five matches that these rivals have contested and it is a wise choice to play that the trend continues in this clash.

 

Juventus vs Inter Milan (1 - 1.72)
Juventus will be hoping to underline their title credentials even further when current leaders Inter visit Turin on Saturday. Currently two points adrift of first place in Serie A, the Bianconeri are odds on to leapfrog their opponents with another high profile victory. With the Scudetto race looking tighter than it has in years, victory at the San Paolo served as a major statement for Massimiliano Allegri's team.

 

Newcastle United vs Leicester City (2- 2.80)
Newcastle United will be desperate to stop the rot when they play host to Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday evening at St James’ Park. Rafael Benitez’s men, beaten 3-1 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend, have won just one of their last 10 matches – a sequence of results that includes five defeats in their last six fixtures. The Foxes have taken full points from their last two Premier League fixtures and they can be backed to claim a third successive win in the top tier.
 

Real Madrid vs Sevilla (Over 2.5 – 3.55)
Zinedine Zidane's men have conceded twice in each of their last three matches at the Bernabeu, while Sevilla have netted at least twice in eight of their last ten matches in all competitions. Of course, conceding goals does not mean that Madrid will lose the match, especially given that Cristiano Ronaldo has netted more goals against the Andalusians than any other team.