There is a lot of football action taking place across the globe this week, including the Premier League and Champions League Simulated Reality League, as well as the Belarus top-flight. Here are the Top 5 Bets for the Week. Bet on these games here.
Barcelona SRL v Napoli SRL – Barcelona Win – 1.55
The Simulated Reality League continues this week with the second leg of the Champions League taking place. Barcelona SRL take on Italian side Napoli SRL looking to progress to the quarters. The Catalans always have a solid home record. They have not lost a home game in the competition since May 2013. It is hard to fathom Napoli, a side that is having an up and down season, snatching a famous win at Camp Nou.
Wolves SRL v Bournemouth SRL – Both Teams to Score – 1.90
Both these teams are having contrasting seasons. Wolves SRL are fighting for a European place while the Cherries are battling survival at the bottom end of the table. Wolves’ last three SRL games have seen both teams find the net while both teams have scored in two of the Cherries’ last three SRL matches. Both Teams to Score has won in four of the last five meetings between these two.
Kuktosh v FK Khujand – Over 2.5 Goals – 1.55
Kuktosh are looking to go level on points at the top of the Tajikistan league when they host Khujand on Wednesday. Four of the last six meetings between these two teams have seen three or more goals scored. Four of Kuktosh’s last six home games in the league and Khujand’s last five away games in the league have seen Over 2.5 Goals.
Belarus football: Smolevichi-STI v Dinamo Minsk – Under 2.5 Goals – 1.40
Smolevichi and Dinamo Minsk meet in Matchweek six in the Belarus Premier League this Friday. Three of the last five meetings between these two sides have seen Under 2.5 Goals. Smolevichi’s five games this season have witnessed two or fewer goals. Under 2.5 Goals has won in four of Minsk’s five league games this season.
Belarus football: Neman Grodno v BGU Minsk – Under 2.5 Goals – 1.50
Under 2.5 Goals has won in all of Grodno’s five league games this season and BGU Minsk’s last four in the league. Three of the last five meetings between these two have seen two or fewer goals scored.