Mythbusters: 4 favourites to back against on Saturday
These underdogs from around Europe represent good value to defy the odds this weekend. If you fancy them all, back the 22/1 double chance accumulator.
Rangers not to beat Motherwell –
Rangers backed up their agonising defeat in the Old Firm derby earlier in March with another home loss to Kilmarnock a fortnight ago, so they are worth opposing for their trip to Motherwell.
The hosts creditably held league leaders Celtic to a 0-0 draw last time out, extending their good home run to just one defeat in seven.
Steve Robinson’s side won at Ibrox in the League Cup earlier this season, so are capable of a positive result.
Athletic Bilbao not to beat Celta Vigo –
The disintegration of Bilbao’s home form has defined the disappointing season that they are having.
The Basques have finished in the top eight of the La Liga home table in each of the last four seasons but are down in 14th this term, having won just three of their last 10 league matches at the San Mames Stadium.
Celta Vigo sit higher in the table than any of those three victims, and have only lost two of their last seven away games at bottom-half opposition.
Marseille not to beat Dijon –
Dijon’s excellent home form renders them a fantastic bet to avoid defeat against Marseille on Saturday.
Olivier Dall’Oglio’s side have not lost any of their last 10 matches at the Stade Gaston Gerard, with defeats to Monaco and PSG accounting for two of the three league games they have lost there this season.
Marseille have failed to win five of their last seven away games against top-half teams.
Bayern Munich not to beat Borussia Dortmund –
Borussia Dortmund have not lost any of their 14 league matches since appointing Peter Stoger as manager in December, and the value is with them preserving that record at Bayern Munich on Saturday.
While they may not entertain like previous Dortmund sides, Stoger’s charges have only conceded seven goals in eight away matches, and have scored 17 in 11 overall since signing Michy Batshuayi in January.
Bayern lost their last league match at Leipzig, and will likely have one eye on their Champions League trip to Sevilla on Tuesday.
Several senior players – including Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski – were benched for the league game prior to the first leg of their Round of 16 tie against Besiktas.
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