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First up this weekend, we’re looking to double our money picking two homers.
Over in France an fantastic title race is bubbling up with six teams habouring realistic hopes of scooping the league championship. One of those are the slayers of Real Madrid, Olympique Lyon, who this weekend return to domestic action with a seemingly straight-forward match against fifth-bottom Saint Etienne.
Turning to the other side of the planet, late Friday night in Mexico two of the most struggling teams in top flight world football face-off as Estudiantes Tecos entertain Indios. Indios haven’t picked up any sort of win since May 2009 – a whopping 26 matches ago in which they’ve lost 17 times. Estudiantes are hardly world beaters either, with eight defeats and one win in their last 14 outings, but the hosts should have the edge over Indios who have a recent aggregate record of 11-1 in their last four games.
On Sunday we’re plumping for a slightly riskier bet with another double, beginning with the Vienna derby.
Rapid, currently second in the Austrian league, host bitter rivals and third-place Austrian Vienna with neither side currently in good form. Rapid picked up a win in the cup in midweek, but that followed a run of four games without a victory in the league, while the visitors have lost their last two on the bounce. But Austria have been under the hoodoo over their neighbours Rapid for years now, having picked up one win in their last 11 matches in the derby.
In Germany, in-form Werder travel to going-nowhere Hofffenheim after they picked up a hugely respectful 1-all draw at Valencia in the Europa League. Hofffenheim, beaten by Mainz last week, have won only two of their last 12 games, and with Bremen sitting just outside the European places in the league the visitors should have more than enough incentive to try and pick up the three points.