European weekend matches tips for April 1-2, including Monaco v PSG odds.

European weekend matches tips: Crunch clashes galore

European weekend matches tips for April 1-2

FootyOn have picked out four European weekend matches tips for April 1-2, ahead of a number of crunch clashes this Saturday and Sunday.

Top domestic leagues in Italy, Portugal and the Netherlands all feature, while there is also the French League Cup final.

The likes of Juventus, PSG, Monaco and Ajax are all in action on British TV screens.

So, read on to find our European weekend matches tips for April 1-2…

Matches are in order of kick-off time.


Mbappe to score in 90 mins v PSG

Live at 20:00 BST on BT Sport 3

Monaco and PSG face off in the Coupe de la Ligue final on Saturday evening.

The latter are aiming for a fourth straight title, while the Monegasques’ only trophy in this competition came back in 2003.

But, with the Principality outfit outdoing the French capital club in both the league and Champions League this term, PSG’s reign could come to an end.

Teenage wonderkid Kylian Mbappe has been a revelation for Monaco this term, netting 19 times in all comps.

He’s also got three goals in the French League Cup, so is a very tasty 9/4 price with betway to score in normal time.

Mitroglou/Benfica in score/win double v Porto

Live at 20:30 BST on BT Sport ESPN

Back Mitroglou in a score/win double, as part of our European weekend matches tips for April 1-2.

Known as O Classico, this match is between the two most successful clubs in Portugal.

Benfica are the defending Primeira Liga champions, and currently lead Porto by a point this term.

Fulham flop Kostas Mitroglou has been a revelation for the Eagles this season, netting 25 in all competitions.

He’s 3/1 with Sky Bet in a score/win double for hosts Benfica, after being on target in this fixture last term too.


Ajax and Feyenoord to draw

Live at 13:30 BST on Sky Sports 5

If you thought derbies were over for the weekend, think again!

Ajax v Feyenoord is one of the biggest of them all too. The two sets of fans simply hate each other.

It has a name of its own as well – De Klassieker (The Classic). And, to make things all the more intriguing, it’s the latter who lead the Dutch capital club by six points.

A draw at 5/2 with Paddy Power looks enticing at the Amsterdam ArenA, given the two teams have shared the spoils in three of their last four meetings.

Napoli v Juventus to produce over 3.5 goals

Live at 19:45 BST on BT Sport 1

Juve look set for an unprecedented sixth straight Serie A title, as they lead the way by eight points with nine games to go.

But their next opponents Napoli pose a threat to their defence, being the top scorers in the league.

Their last duel this term ended 3-1 in Juventus’ favour in the Coppa Italia.

While, four of their last seven battles have produced exactly four goals.

Back there to be over 3.5 strikes once more at 5/2 with Betfred.

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