Saturday, 19 March 2016 11:32

Action packed Sunday in European football

Written by
Rate this item
(1 Vote)
Action packed Sunday in European football - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

This weekend promises to be truly special for those who love football and enjoy betting on this sport. Some of the best teams in European football will go head to head in games of extraordinary magnitude, so it pays off to be in the heat of the action. In virtually every championship, some remarkable games are scheduled and Unibet offers great odds on all these events.

The English Premier League is as interesting as it gets, with Leicester virtually running away with the trophy. Arsenal and Tottenham are closely behind but all three top teams are credited with the first chance this weekend. Meanwhile, Manchester United and their city rivals are fighting a heated battle for the fourth place, the last one to send the team into the Champions League. The Red Devils are trailing City by four points and close the gap if they defeat their rivals and Etihad Stadium.

Both teams had to play in European competitions midweek, but Manchester City didn't try too hard against Dynamo Kiev. They were advance to the quarterfinals of the most important European competition at the end of the match that was probably one of the worst this season. Meanwhile, Manchester United took on Liverpool once again in Europa League and the top concern was to avoid further injuries were already depleted starting formation.

All the games in Italy are going to be played on Sunday, which makes the state particularly important for the team still in contention for the title. Juventus is probably going to win, but in order to secure another trophy they need to defeat their local rivals from Torino. The reigning champions will be playing on the road, but this shouldn't make any difference given their stellar form. The hosts are counting on the fact that the visitors have played a very demanding match in the Champions League against Bayern Munich.

Fiorentina squandered an excellent opportunity last weekend to win three points and will now try to recuperate them on the road at Frosinone. The hosts are struggling in the relegation area and shouldn't be much of a threat, but then again Verona is the worst teams in Serie A and they snatched a point at home. AC Milan and Lazio only have theoretical chances of securing a Europa League berth, but they will throw everything they've got at each other on Sunday evening in what is a game of last chance.

Dortmund continues its utopian quest to win the Bundesliga after failing to defeat the reigning champions at home last weekend. They need nothing short of a miracle to prevail but regardless of what Bayern Munich does on Saturday, they will play offensive football on the road. Leverkusen won't have home pitch advantage either and they've got a difficult task of defeating Stuttgart who won twice in the last three games and scored a combined eight goals.

Read 540 times

Add comment

Security code
Refresh