Bayern and Barca feature in colossal European odds boost
Barcelona are dominated all comers at the Nou Camp and Bayern Munich are on a sensational winning run on their travels, so what more can punters want than having both feature in the latest enhanced price boost.
The pair are joined by fellow European big guns Atletico Madrid and Napoli, with the fourfold having its price boosted from 11/4 to 4/1.
Stuttgart v Bayern Munich
Stuttgart haven’t kept a clean sheet at the Mercedes-Benz Arena all season, with their only home shut out coming in a Europa League qualifier in August, which was played at another German ground.
They have also let in exactly two goals in their last three home games and two of these have ended in defeat.
Bayern have won 10 of their last 11 on the road, with six of their last seven also coming without conceding.
The Bayern win to nil is attractively priced at 13/10 and a 2-0 victory can be backed at 13/2.
Barcelona v Levante
Barcelona have won 14 home games on the bounce in all competitions since the start of September and like Bayern, have made a habit of doing so without conceding.
The last four of these have been won either 3-0 or 4-0, with 5/1 and 13/2 the respective prices for this match outcome. Alternatively, it is 3/5 that Barcelona win to nil again when Levante visit in the Copa del Rey.
The prospects of this are further enhanced by the fact that Levante have failed to score in three of their last five away games.
Athletic Bilbao v Atletico Madrid
Staying in the Copa del Rey and this is the biggest individual price in this fourfold, even though Atletico have only lost once on the road all season and triumphed in four of their last five away games.
Furthermore, they have already won at Real Madrid, Real Sociedad and Seville this season, who are in the top seven in the La Liga standings.
Bilbao may have lost the first leg of this tie 1-0, but they are on a seven-game winning streak at San Mames and the last seven occasions that these two have met, the team playing at home have secured victory.
Napoli v Lazio
Napoli are also far from bankers, with Lazio still unbeaten since Edy Reja’s return as manager and having the incentive of attempting to win back-to-back Coppa Italia trophies.
However, the chances of Lazio will not be aided by the absence of Miroslav Klose, who is suffering with the flu.
Meanwhile, Napoli have already beaten Lazio away this season in Serie A and have kept three clean sheets in the last four meetings between this pair in Naples.