European League Predictions – Week 17

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French Ligue 1

Match: Olympique Marseille v Bordeaux
Synopsis: Andre Villas-Boas continues to wave his magic over Marseille as they have won five league matches in a row. Bordeaux arrive at the Velodrome having demolished Nimes 6-0 last time out. With five points separating both teams, either side will be motivated for a victory. Bordeaux haven’t won on their last 10 visits to Marseille.
Verdict: 2-1 (Marseille to win)

Italian Serie A

Match: Inter Milan v AS Roma
Synopsis: In-form Roma travel to the San Siro to face new league leaders Inter Milan in a battle between two very strong attacking teams in the Serie A. With the quality in attack from both teams, we expect goals at either ends and this is unlikely to end in a stalemate like the previous three.
Verdict: 2-1 (Inter Milan to win)

German Bundesliga

Match: Borussia Monchengladbach v Bayern Munich
Synopsis: Gladbach is in good form as it welcomes champions Bayern Munich. The home team has four wins in its last five league matches with Bayern sitting four points behind. The Bavarians cannot afford a defeat in this game. A close game is anticipated with both teams scoring.
Verdict: 2-2

Spanish LaLiga

Match: Real Madrid v Espanyol
Synopsis: Los Blancos are unbeaten in the last eight in all competition, scoring 23 goals in those matches. Espanyol will not fancy a trip to the Santiago Bernabeu right now with 4 defeats in their last 5 league outings. Espanyol sits 19th on the table and Real Madrid will look to add more to their misery.
Verdict: 3-1 (Real Madrid to win)

English Premier League

Match: Manchester City v Manchester United
Synopsis: Fresh from midweek victories over Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur, both Manchester clubs head into the derby looking for consistency and momentum. Manchester City has edged having won both meetings last season. United will give a good fight but I don’t see them winning at the Etihad.
Verdict: 2-1 (Man City to win)