Betting Insight: Two Tips To Look Into This Easter Eve

Welcome again for yet another interesting betting day. This is the time of the year when you need something in your pockets like no other day. But can you resurrect with Christ?

Note: Betting is for anyone above the age of 18 but please stake the amount you can afford to lose.

  1. Man City given second chance

Man City were recently knocked out of the Champions league in a painful way – away goals rule – with Raheem Sterling’s late goal ruled out by VAR. The side will have another chance to heal their wounds, but in a different competition.

Harry Kane, Serge Aurier, Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko remain out, and also Eric Dier is still doubtful for Spurs.

City is always unstoppable at home. Courtesy photo

City on the other hand may have Fernandinho given a starting place in the middle of the park.

Spurs’ record against Man City at Etihad is very poor – lost seven out of nine visits – last won in 2016.

With a league title on the line, City cannot afford a slip again. But is there any value in the win?

Where to bet:
Man City is priced at 1.2 to win by most bookies including Betway but that is for the VIP stakers.

I see more value in a both teams to score section! Spurs are very poor on the road, losing the last four league games away. But they have scored in 16 of their last away 17 games.
Tip – Both teams to Score (Yes) @1.8

2.Can Parma Stop Milan

The early kickoff in Italy is between AC Milan and Parma. Many will want to look away and I will excuse you for obvious reasons.

Gwrvinho. Courtesy photo

Let’s get this from the start, Milan are the favourites here but when was the last time you trusted Milan and they managed to pay back?

Differing ambitions are at stake as Milan will look to win in a bid to consolidate their Champions league spot while on the other hand, Parma will want to distance themselves from the relegation zone.

Milan are fourth with 55 points, five below Inter in third and only a point above Roma in fifth. Parma sit four places and six points above the drop zone.

The hosts will have Gervinho back, and he is likely to partner Fabio Ceravolo and Mattia Sprocati upfront in a three man attacking formation (4-3-3).

Where to bet: I wanted to avoid the 1×2 market for all the drama that surrounds the early kickoffs and Milan in particular.

Parma have recorded goalless draws in their last two league games – against Torino and Sasuolo, so you will have a more brave heart than mine if you are going to trust Milan here.

The Tip – Its an odd 2 for Parma or draw (1X). To put it right, Milan are not winning.



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