La Liga Betting Preview Casumo

Sevilla v Real Madrid: Sevilla to surprise 😮

Real Madrid’s season in La Liga has been less stable than an internet connection in a cave. If you add to this to the fact that Sevilla have won three games in a row, everything points to Madrid defeat. Will Zidane survive the season?

Sevilla win this one at 1.65 or 2.65

Cádiz v Barcelona: Barça smile again 🙂 🔴 🔵

With Coutinho returning and Griezmann and Messi back amongst the goals Barcelona players are happier than Geppeto with a Black & Decker. With happiness comes good football, goals and great victories.

Correct score: Cádiz 0-4 Barcelona is priced at 14/1 or 15.00

Atlético de Madrid v Valladolid: Atlético are invincible at home 🏰

These two teams are in more shape than The Rock after a truck lifting tournament. But if Simeone’s side are experts in something, it is winning a hard fought battle!

Correct score: Atlético 1-0 Valladolid is yours at 4.2/1 or 5.20

Alavés v Real Sociedad: One of the best derbies of the decade 🔝

Alavés, after beating Madrid, come to this game more motivated than the audience of a Late Night Show (Why are they always clapping?). Sociedad still lead La Liga and play a ‘tiki taka’ style of football so well that Guardiola watches them on an incognito tab!

Get a Real Sociedad win at 0.79/1 or 1.79

Bilbao v Celta: The Battle of the North ⚔️

It is almost easier to predict the winning numbers of the Euromillions three times in a row than the result of this match. We only know that Aspas is on fire and he’s got a great chance of scoring here!

Back Aspas to score first at 5.75/1 or 6.75

Levante v Getafe: The kings of the draw 👑 ❌

A more boring match than eating French fries without ketchup. We can’t pick a winner here and are going for a draw priced at 2.05/1 or 3.05

Granada v Huesca: Granada need a win 🙏

Granada are smelling like a Segunda Division team already but their bad streak has to come to and end soon. We’re saying they’ll break it and finally win their first game after three defeats! They are, afterall, playing the team at rock bottom!

Granada win at 1.35/1 or 2.35

Osasuna v Betis: Osasuna will fight for the three points 👊

These two teams can’t stop losing. The best prediction would in truth be both teams to lose! Someone has to though and Ossasuna have shown more fight this season!

Correct score: Osasuna 1 -0 Betis at 7.5/1 or 8.50

Eibar v Valencia: No party in Ipurúa 😴

Only one point separates the two teams in the table. Valencia are more irregular than a walk through the Alps in flip-flops and Eibar’s defence is stronger than the Hulk. We’re going for under 2.5 goals here priced at 0.65/1 or 1.65

Villarreal v Elche: The yellow submarine it’s on fire 🔥 🟡

Unai Emery’s Villarreal are third in La Liga and playing so well that even Arsenal fans are jealous!

Easy odds here, Villarreal win this one at 0.3/1 or 1.30

All odds subject to change.

Champions League Betting Preview Casumo

Tuesday and Wednesday night will see some teams make giant strides towards the Champions League knockout phase and others face early exits.

Inter to crash out

One team that has been surprisingly terrible in Europe is Inter, who showed us such promise in last season’s Serie A chase. They might be second in the domestic standings, but their European form has been poor. They are yet to register a win and lie bottom of Group B with two points. Five points separate them and second-placed Real Madrid and with six points still to play for, Group B is set to go down to the wire.

Borussia Monchengladbach are the surprising leaders and Inter are in Germany for tomorrow’s crucial tie. A win would boost Inter, while a draw will edge the Germans closer to the knockouts. In the first round encounter Romelu Lukaku salvaged a home draw for the Nerazzuri and they’ll rely on his brilliance one more on Tuesday night. Inter need two wins and must hope rivals drop points as they try to crawl out of a tight spot.

Given just how poor Inter have been, we’re going for a draw here, bringing the curtains down on Inter’s Champions League run this season.

A draw is priced at 11/4 or 3.75

Liverpool’s Group D is wide open

Liverpool’s group is wide open and sadly for them so is the door to their physio room. The injury pile up has been well documented and we can now see some cracks showing. We’d add “at last” to that sentence given their great run of results prior to the last two games. Atalanta gave them a warning shot in their previous Champions League game, while a draw to Brighton at the weekend showed the world that Liverpool are vulnerable.

Ajax have been incredible in the Eredivisie this season and their Champions League campaign has been solid too. Goals are flying in from everywhere and they have scored 42 goals in 10 league games this season. You do the maths, that’s incredible! This side can hurt Liverpool and now is the best time for it. You have to strike the best teams at their weakest point and this can be Liverpool’s.

With three teams still in contention 3 points now are huge and it looks like we’re being set up for a grand slam final group stage no matter what!

Get Ajax to beat Liverpool with odds of 19/5 or 4.8

City’s European Cruise continues

Manchester City smashed five past Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday and we expect another big victory against Porto on Tuesday. Their European form has been frighteningly good and we expect them to finish the group stage undefeated. A 100% group stage record would be brilliant and we don’t think Marseille will trouble them on the final day either.

Get City to win the Champions League at 9/2 or 5.5

Cavani to haunt former club

Lukaku’s influence at Inter has been clear but it’s his replacement at Manchester United that stole the headlines on the weekend. Edinson Cavani was brought on as United trailed 2-0 at Southampton and he turned the match on a sixpence. He assisted Bruno Fernandes to get United back into the game, then scored two diving headers to complete the superb comeback. He’s the perfect number 9 and we’re backing him to be on the scoresheet against PSG on Wednesday night.

A win for Manchester United would secure progress to the knockout stages while a draw or defeat would leave the group wide open with the final day showdown against Leipzig becoming vital. Naturally, it does depend on which United show up as haven’t looked comfortable when playing at home this season.

It’s worth pointing out Cavani’s record at PSG: He scored 200 goals in 301 games, making him their all time top scorer. He was shown the back door and missed their Champions League final defeat to Bayern last season and we back him to exact revenge for his treatment at the tail end of his stay in Paris.

Get Cavani to score two goals at 23/2 or 12.5

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Chelsea v Tottenham Betting Preview Casumo

Tottenham’s 2-0 victory over Manchester City was a masterclass in tactics. The game was like a reunion tribute concert for Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, old foes who love to dislike one another. Two contrasting styles, but two equally successful ones too.

It was all we expected. Manchester City dominated and kept the ball for the majority of the game, but as Jose said after “They can take the ball home, I take the three points” which sums him up beautifully. Spurs were street smart and were dug in so deeply in the trenches they are immovable. We still believe Mourinho is building a title winning team at Spurs and that City win was the perfect showpiece for our theory.

Get Spurs at 5/1 or 6/1 to win the Premier League

Many felt modern football had passed Mourinho by and that he was outdated. He was labelled a dinosaur by pundits, but perhaps like an alligator, this dinosaur can still thrive today.

For us neutrals and connoisseurs of the game, it gets better. The fixture list gives us a double header of Jose, with a trip to Chelsea due on Sunday, his old playground. A club where his legacy was built, then tarnished, then re-built to a smaller degree. A club where he now seeks revenge and the ultimate payback.

At the helm is of course his former player Frank Lampard which adds more peppers to the spice level. It’s Jose ball v Lampard ball, and again two different styles combined. We expect Chelsea to attack like any top heavy team should. They will create and will keep the ball, but will they carve through a compact midfield and tight Spurs back line?

Spurs are dominant on the ball and smart when off it and that often makes the difference. Being tactically sound when not in possession makes it easier to contain an opponent who love to have the ball. It’s a moving chess game with only Queens as players.

The reality is that Mourinho is riding the wave and he’s in his favourite position. He’s home in London with a club that have backed him to build. New signings like Pierre-Emile Hojberg are so Jose Mourinho they look like they’ve been playing together for a decade.

His experience will be the difference against Chelsea and in this clash we expect the old master to thwart the apprentice. A win for Spurs would mean they must be taken seriously and with Mourinho promising Spurs will never be Spursy again, we’re backing them to go all the way to the title this season.

Jose Mourinho, this year is the year of the alligator and once more you are proving that no matter what, being tactically disciplined is always the right answer.

Get Spurs to beat Chelsea at 27/10 or 3.7