City will break out…


Hello my friends,

Another match in England and Scotland with Manchester City-Everton set apart from the current schedule, with the home side wanting to return to success after defeating Chelsea.

Manchester City hope that after their defeat by Chelsea the previous race will do its best to return to the victories and will have nothing to think about, losing in case of Liverpool win and staying behind rating. It will also help its people in this game, and the end of the Champions League will play an important role, as the home side will not have a second… in their minds.

I have no reason for Tottenham not to beat Burnley, but because this team never gets away with it, I would prefer over 2.5, which is certainly a combination bet for the home side. At least three goals, however, look almost certain.

The match between Watford and Cardiff is certainly a weird match, but the home side is definitely a better team than the visitors, but this has to be proved on the pitch as in the last games, Watford are not doing so well, but I think this game will manage to get it.

In St. Johnstone-Motherwell I think the home side have the first reason for home, but mainly because of their stability as they have three wins and two draws in the last five games, while Motherwell have one win, one draw in their respective games. and three defeats.

In Kilmarnock-Dundee, the two teams have a huge difference in quality, which is shown by the score, since the two teams are divided by eight places and in combination, that Kilmarnock is playing at home, I do not find the reason to "stumble".

The same with the previous game applies to St. Mirren-Aberdeen. The hosts may not be the team that was at the start of the season, but they are definitely better than St Mirren, who would reasonably say goodbye to the league relatively easily and quickly.


Man. City - Everton
Tottenham - Burnley
Watford - Cardiff

1 & Over 3.5
Over 2.5


St. Johnstone - Motherwell
Kilmarnock - Dundee
St. Mirren - Aberdeen