Sure Betting Predictions On FA Cup Final, Serie A & La Liga MatchDay 36 Matches
May. 17, 2019
With the 2018/19 English Premier League, EPL, season ending last weekend, the FA Cup takes centre stage this weekend alongside the Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga and German Bundesliga.
Watford taking on Manchester City looks like an easy game to predict on paper but an Hornet side coming off the back of an impressive league campaign can spring a surprise by all means.
As popularly understood, the closing stages of a league season are the most unpredictable with smaller teams putting on a show from a position of nothing to lose.
As difficult as predicting these matches look, our betting tips and predictions will make it all the more less difficult.
PS: Only ever play with money you can afford to lose. Yes, our tips and predictions are well researched, but profits are not guaranteed.
Manchester City v Watford
Watford are expected to throw everything into this FA Cup final as it is their last hope of playing in Europe next season. Manchester City are on a mission to win a local treble. Both teams will be going hard at the win, the best way they know how. Expect a cracker.
OUR TIP: Manchester City win
Bayern v Frankfurt
There is something at stake for both teams in this match. Frankfurt needs a win to make Champions League spot while Bayern Munich must win to ensure they win the title. All to play for here but the home side might just have the advantage.
OUR TIP: Bayern Munich win
Real Madrid v Real Betis
Real Madrid are still not looking likely to finish the season on a high as they keep piling on the bad results in the closing stages of the season. Going by their recent form, things don’t look likely to improve but they will badly want to cover themselves in glory in front of their home fans as it may be the last chance for some players to play at the Santiago Bernabeu.
OUR TIP: Real Madrid win or draw
Napoli v Inter Milan
With Champions League football secure for Napoli as they sit comfortably in second, Inter Milan need a good result to stay ahead of Atalanta who are one point behind them at fourth if they must make it through to the Champions League next season.
OUR TIP: Over 1.5
Juventus v Atalanta
Juventus’ previous outing in the Serie A saw them lose away to Roma. Despite having won the league, they will be dying to redeem themselves in front of their home fans when Atalanta come visiting. Atalanta themselves are eying Champions League, a spot they will need a result to keep sight of with Inter Milan ahead of them.
OUR TIP: Juventus win.
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