Roma vs. Juventus Serie A Betting Tips and Preview

Roma and Juventus club crests ahead of their Serie A fixture on September 27

Andrea Pirlo faces the first major test of his fledgling managerial career, as the Juventus coach takes his team to the capital city to play Roma on Sunday night. The Giallorossi were underwhelming in their season opener last weekend, but should prove stiff opposition for the Old Lady here.  Where and when: Stadio Olimpico – 27 September, kick-off 19:45 Where you can see Roma vs. Juventus: Premier Sports, Bet365 live streaming, LiveScore app Last time: Roma beat Juventus 3-1 in Turin on the final day of last season at the…

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Crotone vs. Milan Serie A Betting Tips and Preview

Crotone and Milan club crests ahead of their Serie A fixture on September 27

Milan are looking to maintain their 100% start to the new season as they travel to the Stadio Ezio Scida to play newly-promoted Crotone on Sunday. The Pythagoreans made an inauspicious return to the top flight last weekend, and are aiming for real improvement in their first game back on home soil.  Where and when: Stadio Ezio Scida – 27 September, kick-off 17:00 Where you can see Crotone vs. Milan: Premier Sports, Bet365 live streaming, LiveScore app Last time: These teams last met in January 2018, when Crotone were last…

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Real Betis vs. Real Madrid La Liga Betting Tips and Preview

Real Betis vs. Real Madrid, La Liga

La Liga champions Real Madrid head to the Estadio Benito Villamarin to play a fast-starting Real Betis on Saturday night. Los Blancos made anything but a fast start in their opener last weekend, with Zinedine Zidane looking for a marked improvement here.  Where and when: Estadio Benito Villamarin – 26 September, kick-off 20:00 Where you can see Real Betis vs. Real Madrid: Premier Sports Last time: Cristian Tello scored a late winner as Betis beat Madrid 2-1 at this ground in early March.  Real Betis v Real Madrid Predictions and…

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Barcelona vs. Villarreal La Liga Betting Tips and Preview

Barcelona vs. Villarreal, La Liga

After the most tumultuous summer in recent memory for Barcelona, even by their standards, the Catalan giants can finally get back to their football as they welcome Villarreal to the Nou Camp on Sunday night. Barca head into their La Liga opener unbeaten in their last 24 matches against the Yellow Submarine, winning 18.  Where and when: Nou Camp – 27 September, kick-off 20:00 Where you can see Barcelona vs. Villarreal: Premier Sports Last time: Gerard Moreno equalised for Villarreal after an early Pau Torres own goal put Barcelona ahead…

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