2 minutes ago 0 Shares European Wednesday Night Treble – 26/09/2018 Wed Sep 26 2018 15:05:39 GMT+0100 (BST) Wed Sep 26 2018 15:06:13 GMT+0100 (BST) Thomas Thorn Thomas Thorn in Theoddsbible Powered by Our European treble last night missed out by just one result as Toulouse lost 3-2 at home to St. Etienne. In the…
Our European treble last night missed out by just one result as Toulouse lost 3-2 at home to St. Etienne. In the other games, Hoffenheim beat Hannover 3-1, while Inter Milan won their third game in a week beating Fiorentina 2-1 at the San Siro.
Tonight, we go again, we are backing Red Bull Leipzig to see off Stuttgart, Real Madrid to come out on top against Sevilla and high-flying Lille to beat under-performing Bordeaux.
Leipzig (63/100) host Stuttgart in the Bundesliga, the visitors lost their opening two games and drew their following two leaving them in the relegation zone.
However, the home sides form isn’t much better. They have only won one of their opening four fixtures, drawing another.
Stuttgart have failed to score against Leipzig since the latter earned promotion to Germans top division in 2016. The sides have faced each other twice, one encounter ending in a 0-0 draw, while the other ended in a 1-0 Leipzig win.
Real Madrid travel to mid-table Sevilla tonight in La Liga, Los Blancos will be hoping to come away with a win, keeping their 100% league record intact.
The hosts are joint leaders with rivals Barcelona, both winning four and drawing one of their opening five games.
However, Madrid (5/6) haven’t won on their last three visits to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, although, we believe it is going to be fourth time lucky for Julen Lopetegui’s men as Sevilla are yet to win at home this season.
Lille (2/1) have been Ligue 1’s surprise package so far this season, Eden Hazard’s former team are currently second in the league, while Bordeaux are 14th.
Les Dogues have only lost once so far this season, that was on the road to Angers, they have won four and drawn one. Lille are one of the top attacking teams in the league but also have the joint best defence only conceding five times in their six games thus far.
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