Your hat-trick 10/1 for European football on Sunday evening

7:45 p.m.: Juventus vs Lazio – Both teams score? No goals and less than 2.5 goals
7:45 p.m.: Monaco against Marseille – Monaco to win
8:30 p.m.: Famalicao v Sporting – Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals

*A hat-trick with these bets pays out approximately ten/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

7:45 p.m .: Juventus v Lazio – BTTS? No goals and less than 2.5 goals

TV: BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

We start in Turin where Juventus, 4th, hosts Lazio, who are having an excellent season and occupy 2nd place. It’s another huge game for the Old Lady but they will be in high spirits after facing Inter last weekend and following up with a win at Verona on Tuesday.

Lazio also entered this one on back-to-back wins, but they have recently been dealing with Binary Code with three straight one-goal games. Juventus aren’t much more exciting with just four goals in their last three Serie A games.

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We then have to follow this trend and mistakenly look on the lower side of Paddy’s target markets. With both being so high in the league, both have good home and away records respectively, so it could be beneficial to walk away from a WDW bet as it could go either way.

I like the look of Both teams to score? No goals and less than 2.5 goals. This has landed in Juve’s last three games and two of the opposing team’s matches in the same period. Both have great defenses and these two just might cancel each other out.

7:45 p.m.: Monaco v Marseille – Monaco to Win

TV: BT Sport 2

In France then where the 5th hosts the 4th in Monaco and the shock of Marseille. The hosts’ best form this season has come on the road while Marseille have quite similar home and away records.

The principality club had experienced a small swing of two draws and two losses between four wins on the rebound and since then they have now won three consecutive games in all competitions. Marseille had had a torrid run of five defeats in their last seven competitions, but they picked up a big win against Lyon last weekend.

Despite this recent improvement, I still think we can return with confidence. Monaco will win. They have scored eight goals and conceded only one in their last three while Marseille have scored four, conceded four and won, drawn and lost in their last three.

8:30 p.m .: Famalicao v Sporting – BTTS & Over 2.5 goals

Television: Viaplay Xtra

We finish in Portugal for the trip from Sporting to Famalicao. The visitors have been a bit disappointing this season and they are 5th, 12 points behind Benfica. Famalicao is 14th and just two points clear of the relegation playoff spot.

Sporting’s main problem this season has been their away form in the Primeira Liga. They’ve taken just seven points from six games and are in the bottom half of the table away from home. Famalicao are doing well at home and have nine points from five games in front of their own fans.

This one feels like there’s banana peel written all over it and it might be better to support the goals. Sporting’s attacking output was quite good, but their defense fell short. Overall, their 12 league games this season have seen 38 goals at an average of 3.17 per game.

Famalicao didn’t score many goals, just 10 in 12 games, dispatching 16 in that span, to give them a combined average of 2.17 per game. I will continue Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals. Overs has played in six of Sporting’s last seven league games, with both teams scoring in four of them. The hosts have scored in four of their last five games so we’ll be backing them to do so again here.

Sunday football tips

7:45 p.m.: Juventus vs Lazio – Both teams score? No goals and less than 2.5 goals
7:45 p.m.: Monaco against Marseille – Monaco to win
8:30 p.m.: Famalicao v Sporting – Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals

*A hat-trick with these bets pays out approximately ten/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

*All prices are current with our stylish widgets, while copy odds are accurate at time of publication but subject to change.

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