🎆 Friday night lights: Previewing the action from Europe’s big five leagues

Get our football experts’ best bets involving one match from each of Europe’s big five leagues as we ease into another potentially pivotal weekend.

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🧠 Recommended bets:

  • Under 2.5 goals in Wolves vs Leeds
  • Under 2.5 goals in Saint-Étienne vs Troyes
  • BTTS in Bochum vs Gladbach 
  • Sassuolo to score over 2.5 goals vs Spezia
  • Bilbao to beat Getafe to nil

đź“Š Previews

🏟 Wolves vs Leeds

Leeds’ dramatic, last-gasp win against Norwich at Elland Road has given the Peacocks hope that the great escape might still be on the cards. They face a tricky task here though against a Wolves side that has won consecutive games against Watford and Everton without conceding a goal, although these results followed a string of three defeats. Leeds’ desperation might be enough for them to secure a point at Molineux. Each of Bruno Lage’s team’s last four matches has seen one side fail to score, and the same is true of four of Leeds’ last five.

🏟 Saint-Etienne vs Troyes

Saint-Étienne can climb out of the relegation playoff spot and leapfrog Troyes with a win here, and they’ll be confident, given that they’ve lost just one of their last seven outings and that was to PSG. The hosts have scored exactly a goal per game this term, while Troyes’ tally of 28 in 28 Ligue 1 outings come in at even less than that. It’s going to be a scrappy evening. 

🏟 Bochum vs Borussia Mönchengladbach

Borussia Mönchengladbach eased their relegation concerns last weekend with a comfortable win over Hertha Berlin, and three points at Vonovia Ruhrstadion on Friday could lift Adi HĂĽtter’s side as high as 11th. Both sides have scored in eight of Bochum’s last nine outings across all competitions, and Gladbach has conceded at least twice in four of their last five.

🏟 Sassuolo vs Spezia

Sassuolo is currently sitting mid-table, safe from the threat of relegation but also unlikely to challenge any of the European places. Unbeaten in their last five, in a sequence that includes three wins, I Neroverdi have scored 2+ goals in all five of those matches. Only four Serie A sides have netted more than their 50 league goals this term. With Spezia in freefall with four defeats from their last five, Sassuolo should be able to rattle in a few more.

🏟 Athletic Bilbao vs Getafe

Three straight home wins have kept Bilbao in the top half of the table, even as their European hopes seem to be fading after a string of poor results on the road. They should have enough quality at San Mamés against a Getafe side still chasing their first away win of this LaLiga campaign.

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