I’ve had a good look around and found 3 bets that I feel have too much value to go unbacked. Let me take you through them now.
My first bet is from England and is in fact from the oldest domestic cup competition in the world. As a huge fan of the FA Cup, this is a competition I take a great amount of interest in throughout the year. This year I can see the current favourite, Chelsea, winning it. Normally it’s difficult to back favourites but with Tottenham and Manchester United both still in the competition and the press focusing on them, I feel that the odds on a Chelsea win have got to a point where people should be taking a real interest.
Right now you can back a Chelsea FA Cup win at 2.77 with 888bet and with Manchester United looking likely to implode right now and Tottenham still yet to win a game where real pressure is involved, Chelsea look like the obvious winners to me and at good odds as well.
My second bet is also in England but this time it’s in the Premier League. At this time in the season momentum can play a large part in who finishes where in the league and there seems to have been a real swing from Manchester United to Liverpool recently.
There are clear issues at Old Trafford right now as certain long-serving players near the end of their contracts, the manager seems more intent on justifying his own position than working to fix the ills of his squad and a real lack of balance threatens to undo everything they’ve achieved so far this season.
Liverpool, on the other hand, have seen their form take an upward trajectory at just the right time.
The month of April is going ot be critical as Manchester United face up against their city rivals, Tottenham and Arsenal. All while Liverpool have a considerably easier run in.
At odds of 3.94 (Betfair) this is a bet I think has some serious value and although I may look to trade out once the odds move back to where they should be. Liverpool to finish second is probably my best outrights value bet of the season.
My final bet comes from Serie A and although it doesn’t have the same kind of odds, there is still some value in this one and that’s what has caught my eye.
Juventus and Napoli look to have tied up the two top spots and will continue to duke it out for 1st place. I’m not looking to find first, or second, instead, I’m concentrating on who will pick up third place in Serie A this season.
My choice for this pick is AS Roma who have one of the best footballing sides in the division and enough class to make that third spot their own. At odds of 2.1 with MarathonBet I don’t think you’re going to be able to get a large amount of money on this one but it’s a bet worth taking unless you think Inter Milan or Lazio can put together the kind of run needed to nick third place from them.
There’s still plenty of interest left in other areas, relegation, and cups, but those are the 3 selections that I feel hold the most value across what is left of the European football season.