On the penultimate day of the year, bettors have no reason to worry. Matches are being played in two of the top five leagues, but there are also games in other countries. The suggested odds were valid at the time of compiling the ticket.
Wolverhampton – Everton – Both teams to score – YES @ 1.80 at betBonanza
Recently, both the Wolves and the Toffees have been in excellent form, but they are still far from the top of the table. For Everton, this is not surprising as the club was penalized by the Football Association with a deduction of 10 points and barely managed to escape the relegation zone. Three days ago, Everton gave Manchester City a tough time at Goodison Park, leading after the first 45 minutes but then conceding three goals in the second half. One of the culprits was the excellent goalkeeper Pickford. Meanwhile, Wolverhampton taught Brentford a football lesson at the Community and celebrated a 4:1 victory. With those three points, the Wolves are tied for 10th place with Chelsea, and in the last five rounds, they have three wins and only one loss. Everton has linked two defeats but lost to Tottenham away and City at home. Before that, they had four consecutive victories in the league. These two teams met in the third round of this championship at Goodison Park, where Everton was in disastrous form, and the Wolves, thanks to a goal by Sasa Kalajdzic in the final stages of the match, took all three points. For this match, we predict goals, at least one on each side.
For Both teams to score – YES, the odds are 1.80 at betBonanza.
Verona – Salernitana – Verona to Win @ 1.90 at betBonanza
Both teams are in a difficult situation and will be fighting for survival in Serie A. Verona is in a slightly better momentum, having lost only once in the last five rounds, although they have won only once, in the last round against Cagliari at their Bentegodi. The team from the city of love has escaped the relegation zone but could easily return to it in case of a loss to the bottom-placed Salernitana. The team from Salerno was not favored by fortune in the previous round and missed a victory over Milan in the last minute when Luka Jović equalized to 2:2. However, that draw broke their streak of three consecutive losses, with their only win being over Lazio a month ago. Salernitana plays much better at home, having earned 7 points as hosts and only two away. The team from Campania is last but not too far behind the teams ahead of them. Verona triumphed in the last round against Cagliari, and that was enough for the team from the Veneto region to move above the relegation line. Another triumph would take Verona to a decent distance from Salernitana.
The suggestion is Verona to Win with an odds of 1.90 at betBonanza.
Hearts – Ross County – Hearts to Win @ 1.70 at betBonanza
The Edinburgh Hearts have tied three victories in the Scottish Premiership, and that third win is also the sweetest. They defeated their city rivals Hibernian away three days ago, with the winning goal coming in the third minute of injury time. Earlier in the match, both teams missed a penalty, thus ruining our ticket for Wednesday. Hearts are in third place, only behind the great Glasgow rivals Celtic and Rangers, who, incidentally, are meeting in this round. Hearts have the opportunity to increase their points tally with a win over the weak Ross County, a team that is only in 10th place and has two consecutive losses without scoring a goal. The team from Dingwall was defeated by a minimal score at home by Dundee on Wednesday, so we don’t believe they have a real chance in Edinburgh. In the first duel between these two teams, Hearts won in Dingwall with a 1:0 score, and we expect them to be successful again at their Tynecastle Park.
For Hearts to Win, the odds at betBonanza are 1.69.
Casa Pia – Braga – Braga to Win @ 1.65 at betBonanza
The team of Casa Pia has adapted well to the Portuguese Primeira Liga. In their last season, which was their first, they finished in 10th place, and this season they are holding up quite well, currently sharing the 9th spot with Estrela and Boavista. Their ambitions are not high; survival is a satisfactory result, but they face the challenge of playing as hosts in someone else’s stadium. The nickname of this team is “Geese,” but they are far from wandering in the fog like the aforementioned birds. It must be said that they started the last season fantastically and only weakened towards the end. It won’t be easy against Braga, as the visitors participated in the Champions League but ended up third in their group, behind Real Madrid and Napoli, and will move to the Europa League. In the Primeira Liga, Braga is in 4th place, 5 points behind the leader Sporting. In the previous round, they suffered a minimal loss to Benfica at their Quarry, and had they won, they would have gone to this away game as the second-placed team. That’s how it is, there’s still time to improve, and in the match against Casa Pia, we favor Braga with a win.
The odds for Braga to win are 1.65 at betBonanza.