Five live European football tips: Featuring Barcelona v Atletico Madrid and Bayern battle Berlin
Lee Gormley | September 20, 2016
Five live European football tips
The football action continues this midweek across the continent, with a host of European league fixtures taking place in the likes of La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga.
On both Tuesday and Wednesday night, many of Europe’s giants will be in domestic action, including Spanish champions Barcelona and dominant German title holders Bayern Munich.
So, ahead of the midweek tussles, Coral outline Five live European football tips for punters to back for the games taking place. Enjoy…
AC Milan v Lazio: Bacca to score and hosts win
Kick-off: Tuesday, 19:45 BST, live on BT Sport 2
At the San Siro, Vincenzo Montella’s Milan outfit will look to add another victory to their recent win over Sampdoria, as they prepare take on Lazio, who they have not lost to domestically at home since December 2008.
The Rossoneri have been helped by the clinical form of their Colombian marksman Carlos Bacca, having scored four goals in as many league outings. He was also on target in both meetings with Lazio last term, making him a promising 11/4 to net anytime in a home victory (£20 max stake).
Wolfsburg v Borussia Dortmund: Visitors to win and both score
Kick-off: Tuesday, 19:00 BST, live on BT Sport 3
This Bundesliga fixture has produced plenty of goals in recent seasons, with last term’s two match-ups seeing no less than nine strikes, as Dortmund prevailed on both occasions with both sides scoring.
In fact, both teams have netted in the last five successive clashes, making 11/5 odds for the Black and Yellows to triumph with the two sides getting on the scoresheet highly promising.
Real Madrid v Villarreal: Ronaldo to open scoring
Kick-off: Wednesday, 19:00 BST, live on Sky Sports 2
Cristiano Ronaldo has struck two goals in as many La Liga outings this season so far and boasts 11 career strikes in 15 appearances against next opponents Villarreal.
With the recent Euro 2016 winner with Portugal having started the campaign in typically clinical fashion, back the Los Blancos goal machine to open proceedings at 13/5 at the Bernabeu.
Bayern Munich v Hertha Berlin: Champions to win by three or more
Kick-off: Wednesday, 19:00 BST, live on BT Sport ESPN
Hertha Berlin have become surprising early rivals for champions Bayern in the Bundesliga, as they sit below Carlo Ancelotti’s league leaders on goal difference.
The Bavarians won both encounters last season 2-0 and enter the latest meeting with their close challengers at 6/5 to triumph by three or more goals on this occasion.
Barcelona v Atletico Madrid: Griezmann to net anytime
Kick-off: Wednesday, 21:00 BST, live on Sky Sports 2
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid met on four occasions last season in both the Champions League and La Liga and they will renew their rivalry at the Nou Camp in a domestic battle on Wednesday night.
Fresh off the back of a Golden Boot winning Euro 2016 campaign, Atleti frontman Antoine Griezmann will be keen to help his club earn travelling success, and the Frenchman is 23/10 to dispatch anytime, having netted twice in the previous fixture meeting.