Soccer punter Matash is back and has created a 10-leg multiple covering Europe’s biggest leagues. Feel free to use it in your weekend multis and edit this slip.
PSG v Angers (Friday)
PSG’s 100% start to the new Ligue 1 season came to an end against Rennes before the international break. The defeat was unquestionably disappointing, but it has still been a strong start to the 2021-22 campaign for the Paris giants, who are already six points clear at the top of their domestic table. Angers have started the season in good form but PSG should be too strong for them.
Watford v Liverpool (Saturday)
Liverpool is the only team in the league yet to suffer defeat this season. They have been in excellent form and Klopp must also factor in next week’s Champions League battle with Atletico Madrid as he prepares to navigate another unrelenting fixture schedule. His side is now unbeaten in 19 competitive fixtures across all tournaments and has scored three goals in each of their last four Premier League games away from home so I expect them to score two goals.
Brentford v Chelsea (Saturday)
Chelsea suffered back-to-back 1-0 defeats to Manchester City and Juventus to round off an otherwise successful September, they turned on the style to comfortably see off Southampton and head into the international break with something to build on. The visitors have been in great goal-scoring form this season and so have the hosts. A minimum of 2 goals should be attainable in this game.
Leicester City v Man United (Saturday)
Manchester United have only picked up one point from their last two in the league, having also lost at home to Aston Villa on September 25, but a record of four wins, two draws and one defeat from seven games has seen them collect 14 points, leaving them in the fourth spot in the table. Leicester on the other hand hasn’t been in great form, A record of two wins, two draws, and three defeats from seven matches has seen Brendan Rodgers’s side collect eight points, which has left them down in 13th position in the table. These are teams and leaky defences so goals should almost be a certainty in this game.
AC Milan v Hellas Verona (Saturday)
Although Ac Milan has experienced troubles in Europe, they have so far excelled in the Italian top flight. Before the international break intervened, Milan secured the second spot in the league after posting their sixth win from seven Serie A fixtures in the 2021-22 campaign. They have been in great form and I expect them to find the back of the net at least twice.
Lazio v Inter Milan (Saturday)
Lazio has conceded 2 goals in 5 of their 6 matches this season, their defence is proving to be leaking a lot of goals. Inter on the other hand has been in a fine goal-scoring form which has seen the Nerazzurri score twice or more in each of their first seven matches of a Serie A season for the first time in their long and glorious history.
Freiburg v Leipzig (Saturday)
The hosts remain the only unbeaten side left in the German top-flight heading into this fixture, whilst the visitors will look to build on their back-to-back league victories before the break to continue their revival after a poor start to the new campaign. This fixture has historically produced goals and with Freiburg moving into a new stadium, the atmosphere should be tense.
Union Berlin v Wolfsburg (Saturday)
Union currently boasts one of the best home records across European football as it stands, with the four league matches unbeaten on home soil so far this season extending their unbeaten streak to 20 Bundesliga matches, which stretches back to the opening weekend defeat to Augsburg in the 2020-21 campaign. Meanwhile, after initially starting the new Bundesliga season with a 100% record from the opening four matchdays, visitors Wolfsburg have hit a small blip in recent weeks.
Bayer Leverkusen v Bayern Munich (Sunday)
Bayer Leverkusen host Bayern Munich at the BayArena for a top-of-the-table clash. These two sides occupy first and second in the Bundesliga, with both sitting on 16 points. Their records are almost identical, with five wins, one draw, one defeat, and seven goals conceded in their opening seven games. The only thing separating them is goals scored, with Bayern four ahead on 24. Expect nothing but goals as both teams are in superb goal-scoring form. In total Leverkusen have netted a club record 20 times in their first seven league games for the second-best attack in the Bundesliga, with Patrik Schick being their top scorer with six. The only team to score more goals is Bayern Munich unsurprisingly.
Napoli v Torino (Sunday)
The Serie A leaders Napoli have the home advantage against mid-table Torino this weekend and the hosts will be looking to maintain their 100% start to the 2021/22 season. They have scored more than 2 goals in each of their Serie A matches so far and are in blistering form. They should score 2 goals against a leaky average Torino side.
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