European football tips for January Saturday 28th to 29th
There is an abundance of top European action this weekend from around the continent, featuring Europe’s big boys.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan will all take to the field in search of valuable points.
So, in light of this, FootyOn writers have picked out the top European football tips for January Saturday 28th to 29th….
Both teams score in Leverkusen win
Saturday, January 28th. 17:30 GMT kick-off time. Live on BT Sport 1.
Borussia Monchengladbach are languishing dangerously close to Bundesliga’s drop-zone and have only won once in their last 12 attempts. While, their weekend opponents Bayer Leverkusen has tasted defeat just once in their last six games.
Leverkusen have outscored Dieter Hecking’s outfit 10-3 on aggregate over the previous three match-ups, and expect that record to get better.
Roger Schmidt’s side may be favourites, but they have had trouble keeping the opposition out. Leverkusen have kept just one clean sheet in 11 league games and are 11/4 with William Hill to triumph with their opponents scoring.
Messi to bag Betis brace or more
Sunday, January 29th. 11:00 GMT kick-off time. Live on Sky Sports 2.
Barcelona have won the previous seven encounters with Seville side Real Betis. with Luis Enrique’s Catalan club back in title contention, expect no slip ups in Andalusia.
Recent results in this match-up don’t make pretty reading for Betis fans. Barca have won by three or more goals three times in the last five encounters.
As a result, back Lionel Messi to score two or more this weekend at 5/2 with betfair.
Messi has 29 goals in 27 matches in all competitions this term and six in his last five La Liga games.
Hoops to beat Hearts by two goals
Sunday, January 29th. 13:00 GMT kick-off. Live on Sky Sports 1.
Hearts haven’t beaten Celtic since 2012, a run of 16 games in all competitions.
Combine this with the fact Brendan Rodgers’ Hoops equalling the domestic undefeated run of 26 set by the Lisbon Lions, there looks to be only one outcome.
In two of Celtic’s previous three wins over the capital city side they’ve done it by two goals. Therefore, look to back Hoops at 10/3 with bet365 to triumph by exactly two goals.
Dortmund to strike quickly in Mainz
Sunday, January 29th. 16:30 GMT kick-off time- Live on BT Sport 1.
In this former Jurgen Klopp managed derby, Borussia Dortmund hold a clear advantage over Mainz.
Undefeated in the previous 13 encounters with Mainz, Dortmund will bring the league most deadly away offensive to the Opel Arena.
With the likes of Ousmane Dembele, Marco Reus and Andre Schurrle ready to face the Rhine city side, Mainz look primed for a swift and routine beating.
Back Dortmund to fly out the blocks and lead after 15 minutes at 7/2 with William Hill.
Milan to win both halves
Sunday, January 29th. 14:00 GMT kick-off time. Live on BT Sport Extra 3.
Fortunes have been mixed for both these sides in this fixture of late, but AC Milan are showing signs of life with their young core.
Udinese possess a poor defensive record at home, recording just three clean sheets at the Stadio Friuli this term.
The Udine outfit have lost their last three in the league, two of which were at home.
Therefore, look to back Milan to win both halves at 7/1 with bet365 and earn three points over Udinese.
Madrid to triumph and keep clean sheet
Sunday, January 29th. 19:45 GMT kick-off time. Live on Sky Sports 1.
Real Madrid may have seen their incredible unbeaten run come to an end recently, but make no mistake, Los Blancos are still a ferocious force.
La Liga’s most potent attacking unit welcome Champions league place challengers Real Sociedad at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Zinedine Zidane’s Madrid have beaten La Real in their last four outings and have only lost once in 20 games against the Basque outfit.
Bookmakers bet365 offer odds of 11/8 on Madrid winning to nil, maintaining superiority at the top of La Liga.
Monaco to bolster title charge
Sunday, January 29th. 20:00 GMT kick-off time. Live on BT Sport 1.
The city-state side are sitting promisingly top of Ligue 1, while PSG have been out of sorts this season and occupy third place.
Leonardo Jardim’s Monaco have won their previous two matches against the Parisians and are 9/2 to make it three with Betfred.
The league leaders possess Ligue 1’s best offence. Monaco’s most frequent result this term is 4-0 and when they find their rhythm, are near impossible to stop
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So side with Celtic (2/7*), Bayer Leverkusen (17/20*), Barcelona (1/4*), Borussia Dortmund (1/4*), AC Milan (7/5*), Real Madrid (1/4*) and Monaco (22/5*) in a sevenfold BetVictor acca this weekend.
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*All odds correct at time of publishing