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Soccer bet tips for weekend fixtures


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With the season coming to an end, all teams are fighting to earn good points to wrap things up.
Here are some favourite soccer predictions against the weekend fixtures in various football Leagues
Southampton – Manchester City    2
Huddersfield Town – Arsenal         2
Manchester Utd – Watford              1
Newcastle Utd – Chelsea                 2
Real Madrid – Celta Vigo                1
Levante – Barcelona                        2
Crotone – Lazio                                2
Bayern Munich – Stuttgart          Over(2.5)

PSG – Stade Rennes                       1


Odds : 28.44

Code: 73Z9KRM (Bet9ja)



Manchester City’s quest for 100 points come up against a Southampton side who are all but safe but technically still need a draw, after four away points in a week and with a 10-goal swing required if Swansea finally manage a win

Arsène Wenger takes charge of his final game against Huddersfield, fitting final opponents considering another Arsenal legend, Herbert Chapman, managed both clubs to huge success.

Manchester United’s odd league campaign will have them end in second place whatever the result versus Watford despite José Mourinho’s side rarely exciting or convincing. The visitors arrive safe in 13th and could end as high as 10th should they beat United and, given West Brom’s victory at Old Trafford in April, they may fancy their chances.

The consensus suggests this will be Antonio Conte’s last Premier League game in charge of Chelsea. Can he use it to somehow secure a top-four finish? Newcastle fans must trust this is not Rafael Benítez’s Tyneside swansong.

Real Madrid play their final home game of a disappointing La Liga season on Saturday against Celta Vigo.

Zinedine Zidane’s side will have eyes on the Champions League final in two weeks time against Liverpool, while Celta are ending their campaign with a whimper, having won just one of their last nine matches.

Barcelona are just two games away from completing an invincible season in La Liga as they prepare to travel to Levante on Sunday.

Ernesto Valverde’s side were crowned champions after a 4-2 win at DeportivoLa Coruna in late April and kept their unbeaten run going with a 2-2 draw in the Clasico at home to Real Madrid last Sunday.

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