Can anyone knock Spanish giant Real Madrid off the top of the perch in Group B in UEFA Champions League? We offer odds and predict how they will fare in a group that includes Inter Milan, Borussia Monchengladbach and Shakhtar Donetsk.
Spain’s La Liga returns to action with Barcelona visiting Getafe, Sevilla at Granada and an unexpected marquee matchup between Betis and Sociedad.
Sporting hosts Porto in the marquee game of Matchday 4 in Portugal’s Primeira Liga, while Benfica visits Rio Ave and Farense seeks its first win.
Intriguing matchups are plentiful this weekend as Spain’s La Liga finishes up a fixture-heavy few weeks with some serious showdowns in Madrid (Atletico vs Villarreal), Valencia (vs Betis) and Barcelona (vs Sevilla).
Primeira Liga Matchday 3 Odds & Picks: Porto vs Maritimo, Benfica vs Farense & Portimonense vs Sporting Lisbon
Benfica host Farense and Porto entertain Maritimo as Portugal’s Primeira Liga rolls into an entertaining, likely goal-friendly Matchday 3.
The matches are piling up in short order for clubs in Spain’s top division, with 18 of La Liga’s 20 teams in the midst of a three-game week heading into Matchday 4. We give our three best bets here.
With slight favorites Benfica and top challenger Porto both off to strong starts last weekend, it appears Portugal’s Primeira Liga will once again be a two-horse race. Meanwhile, Matchday 2 kicks off Friday at 3:30 pm ET, when Braga host Santa Clara.
Spain’s La Liga truly begins this weekend, with a Matchday 3 that finally includes debuts for Barcelona, Sevilla and Atletico Madrid. See the odds for every match and our best bets here.
Spain’s La Liga moves into its second matchday, though the likes of Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla will have to wait until Matchday 3 to kick off their domestic campaign. Read on for our top three bets for the weekend here.
Benfica visits Famalicao, Porto host Braga amidst plenty more intrigue for bettors as Portugal’s Primeira Liga rolls into Matchday 1 of the 2020-21 campaign.
Benfica open Portugal’s Primeira Liga 2020-21 season as -134 favorites, but Carlos Verde believes reigning champions Porto offer better value at +130. See the title odds for all 18 teams.
Spain’s La Liga kicks off its 2020-21 campaign with a slate of three matches on Saturday and seven over the course of the September 12-13 weekend We preview three of the weekend’s matches with our best bets here.
While it won’t be the festive El Trafico we rapidly came to know and love over the past two seasons, Saturday’s clash between two clubs that represent Major League Soccer’s past (Galaxy) and present (LAFC) promises to be an entertaining one. Get our best bet for Saturday’s match here.
Spain’s Atletico Madrid meet Germany’s RB Leipzig in UEFA Champions League quarterfinal action on Thursday. Carlos Verde previews the match and offers his best bet here.
The final chapter of the 2019–20 Taça de Portugal will be written on Saturday at the Estadio Cidade de Coimbra, where Sergio Conceicao’s Porto — fresh off their 29th league title in club history — will face interim boss Nelson Verissimo’s Benfica.
With the league title wrapped up by Porto, attention in Portugal turns to the drop zone on Matchday 34 as Setubal and Portimonense fight for survival. Read our picks from the final round of matches here.
While Porto have the Primeira Liga title wrapped up, the European and relegation races are still burning with betting intrigue on Matchday 33 in Portugal. Check our preview for odds, analysis and out best betting advice.
It’s the final round of La Liga matches, and while Real Madrid have already captured the title, there’s still plenty to be decided in the Europa League and relegation battles on Sunday.
Real Madrid can wrap up the La Liga title on Thursday, as Zidane’s squad holds a four-point lead over rival Barcelona with just two matches remaining. We cover the top matches from this week’s midweek round here.