Free tips Betfinder Weekend Football Betting Preview – 21 to 23 November 2020
Weekend Football Betting Preview
It’s a return to domestic league action after the final International break of 2020 and that means a wealth of weekend football betting opportunities both at home and across the continent. Managers will of course be anxious that none of their leading players have picked up an injury or come into contact with someone who has tested positive whilst away.
Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City are two of the form teams in the Premier League at present and they could be difficult to split on Saturday.
Jose Mourinho would love to get a win against Pep Guardiola, but the best bet could be the draw, which is on offer at odds of 3/1 with bet365*.
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The big game on Sunday sees Liverpool host table-topping Leicester City. With the Reds squad seemingly dwindling in numbers by the day, the Foxes look worth backing to come away with a point at 3/1 with bet365*.
Sheffield United currently prop up the Premier League table, but a home match against inconsistent West Ham United could give them the ideal opportunity to secure three points. There’s plenty of appeal in the Blades at betting odds of 21/10 with bet365*.
Burnley have also struggled in the opening games of the new season, but there looks to be some value in backing the Clarets to secure a first league win of the season at 9/5 with 888sport at home to Crystal Palace on Monday night.
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Bournemouth have an opportunity to go top of the table in the Championship, even if only on a temporary basis, if they can beat current leaders Reading in the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday.
Perhaps having pre-empted a coronavirus surge leading to a shortened season, the Royals may have peaked too soon. Having looked unstoppable at the start the season, they’ve now been hauled in by the chasing pack after three straight defeats. The Cherries look the bet at 3/4 with William Hill.
Stoke City, who haven’t lived up to expectations since dropping into the Championship a couple of seasons back, are just outside the play-off places and they look worth an interest at 21/20 with William Hill to build on their 3-0 win at Reading last time out by winning at home to Huddersfield Town.
Ipswich Town at 17/20 with Betfair against Shrewsbury Town, top of the table Peterborough United at 10/11 with Betway against Blackpool and Portsmouth at 5/6 with 888sport against Crewe Alexandra looks like a trio of potential home wins in League One.
Southend United grabbed their first win of the season last weekend, but any hopes of a prolonged change in fortunes could be swiftly derailed by the visit of Cambridge United to Roots Hall. The visitors look an excellent bet at 10/13 with 888sport.
The game of the weekend in Spain sees Atletico Madrid playing host to Barcelona. With all due respect to former Middlesbrough striker Martin Braithwaite, the fact that he is now Barca’s no. 9 is an indication of the Catalans’ current woes.
This is a Barcelona team that others no longer fear and Atleti (even without former Barca striker Luis Suarez who is self-isolating) will fancy their chances at 2/1 with William Hill.
Defending champions Real Madrid also face an awkward looking trip to high-flying Villarreal on Saturday, with a draw looking a decent bet at 3/1 with bet365*.
* Weekend football betting odds correct at the time of writing