Weekly Soccer News

Soccer betting has never been easier than with BetXchange, and there are more soccer picks this week to choose from. The first highlight of the week is easily the UEFA encounter this evening at 20:45 between Real Madrid and Juventus. The Spaniards lost the first leg to Juve in Turin last week 2-1, but they do have an away goal which has often proved crucial at this point in the tournament. BetXchange’s odds favour Real for the victory at 13/20 to Juventus’ 9/2, but will it be enough to go through to the UEFA finals? Pundits seem to think so, and at this stage Real sits at odds of 3/1 to become Champions to Juventus’ 6/1.

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The reason for this is likely because of the strike team made up of Ronaldo and Bale. Ronaldo is naturally the most dangerous threat in modern soccer and has more goals, attempts and assists than anyone else on the field come tonight’s match. With Bale’s blistering pace on the right flank, these two are more likely than not to close the deficit and open the door to the final. A worrying Benzema injury may concern some Madrid fans, but Hernandez has used the ball well up front even though he is less likely to actually score.

In the same vain Juventus’ defence is strong enough to keep a clean sheet. The BetXchange odds of a first half with neither team to score is as high as 2/11. This is because of the Italian centre defensive wall of Chiellini and Bonucci. Their high percentage of successful tackles and clearances from in the box means that Real are going to have to take their chances from outside Buffon’s territory. Make sure to place your soccer bets with BetXchange before the game tonight.

Tomorrow also hosts plenty of football betting events. The Europa League enters its second leg of the semi-finals where Fiorentina have to really bring their A-game to the game against Sevilla while Dnipro will be attempting to hold on tight to their slight advantage over Napoli. Both matches start at 21:00 tomorrow evening.

Fiorentina have the tough job of trying to close the 3-0 deficit that they conceded to Sevilla last week. They have the better betting odds of winning the match at 12/10 to Sevilla’s 22/10, but they are unlikely to score the required four goals to go through (or 3-0 win that will lead to penalties). The man most likely to lead the Fiorentina charge is the German Mario Gomez who has the highest odds of scoring at 4/1. Sevilla will have to rely on the likes of Tremoulinas and Coke to shut out Mario’s suppliers like Ilicic and Salah.

Dnipro will have to try score in Napoli, and they cannot sit on their laurels. Strike-man Kalinic will look for the back of the net alongside the crafty winger Konoplyanka while Kankava will look to thread the midfield together. Napoli has a many number of players that can inspire a creative path into the Europa finals. Higuain is one of the best talents in Italy at the current stage, and the Argentinian will likely show the Ukrainians no quarter come tomorrow. His current BetXchange odds of being first goalscorer is as high as 4/1. However it is worth noting that the final score with the highest odds is a 1-1 draw (at 6/1) which would mean Dnipro will go through to the finals. Make sure you make your Europa bets with BetXchange.

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