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Football Betting: Bundesliga, Serie A & Ligue 1 tips (1)

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16 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Bundesliga, Serie A & Ligue 1 tips (1)

Real Sociedad to beat Getafe (17:30) –

Sociedad are on a good run at home, winning their last three league matches 5-0, 3-0 and 2-1.

They should see off a Getafe side that struggle on their travels.

Los Azulones have lost six of their last eight away matches and are winless on the road in 12.

Schalke to beat Wolfsburg (17:30) –

Schalke beat Wolfsburg 1-0 in the DFB Pokal a month ago and are a great price to repeat the feat.

Domenico Tedesco’s side won 1-0 away at Mainz on Friday, their fourth consecutive victory in the Bundesliga.

Wolfsburg have lost five of their last six matches and are without a win in seven.

Vitesse to beat Heracles (18:45) –

Vitesse beat second-placed Ajax 3-2 in their last home game, and have now won three of their last four on their own patch.

Their form should continue against Heracles, who have only won once away from home all season.

John Stegeman’s side have taken just six points from a possible 39 on their travels, and have lost nine of their last 12.

Toulouse to beat Strasbourg (19:00) –

Toulouse’s run of one point from three home games can be excused given that those matches were against Marseille, Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain.

Les Violets have won two and drawn one of their home games against bottom-five clubs and have lost just two of their last seven.

Strasbourg have lost five successive away games in Ligue 1, including a 3-0 defeat at bottom club Metz, and are bottom of the form table.

Juventus to beat SPAL (19:45) –

Juventus have won six consecutive games and are unbeaten in all competitions since November.

The Old Lady have drawn just three games during that run, and are a certainty to beat SPAL on Saturday.

Leonardo Semplici’s side are third-bottom in Serie A and were beaten 4-1 when these sides met in Turin earlier this season.

*Odds subject to change