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This week, Jack Green is in the hotseat.



I’ve gone for a four-fold from around the leagues with my qualifying bet this week.

Sheffield United defended well in a 1-0 win over Wolves on Wednesday night, and under 2.5 goals has landed in more of their matches than any side in the Premier League this season, so I’m backing them to keep it tight against Chelsea.

Valladolid have won just one of their last seven matches, so I don’t fancy them to get anything from their game against Barcelona on Saturday.

Juventus v Atalanta should be a fantastic game between two sides that can’t stop scoring.

BTTS has landed in 24 of Atalanta’s 31 league games this season and it’s safe to expect more of the same against a Juve side coming off a 4-2 defeat to AC Milan.

Finally, Everton’s trip to Wolves should be low on goals.

Wolves have failed to find the net in their last two games against Arsenal and Sheffield United, while Everton have scored just three goals in four matches since the restart and are coming off a drab 1-0 defeat to Spurs.



I’m feeling good about this treble with my first free bet.

Sassuolo have been in great form of late, winning their last three matches 3-1, 4-2 and 2-1.

I’m backing them to take at least a point from their trip to out-of-form Lazio in what should be an exciting game between two attacking sides who can’t defend.

I’m going back to the well with Juventus v Atalanta and backing over 2.5 goals this time. Atalanta are incredibly attacking, and Juventus have leaked plenty of goals recently so this one should be a safe bet.

Finally, I fancy Harry Kane to extend his excellent record against Arsenal in the north London derby.

The England captain has scored 10 goals in 12 career appearances against the Gunners, making him the joint-highest scorer in the history of this fixture.

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