Ticket of the Day (Friday, February 16, 2024)

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After the excitement of the European cup matches, we return to league competitions. The upcoming weekend is rich in games, but even Friday’s offer is quite satisfactory. The odds were valid at the time of writing this text.

Torino – Lecce – Torino to Win @ 1.72 at betBonanza

Granata is in good form; in the last ten league rounds, Torino has lost only once, and that was by a minimal score in Florence. All this has not overly reflected on the table, as they had even five draws during that period, so they are currently in 10th place, still with a solid gap from the teams in the European qualification zone. They have the opportunity to break a streak of two consecutive draws in their duel with Lecce at home. These are not guaranteed points, despite the fact that the southerners are nowhere near the form they had at the beginning of the season. Lecce has recorded only one win, one draw, and as many as six losses in the last eight rounds. From the safe zone, they have come to be just five points above the first team below the line, and it’s high time they start earning points. In the last round, they suffered a convincing defeat in Bologna, so the triumph over Fiorentina, which was achieved in an incredible way in the finish, has now gained even more importance. Torino has an excellent defense, and one goal might be enough for a win.

For Torino to Win (1), betBonanza offers odds of 1.72.

Hertha BSC Berlin – FC. Magdeburg – Hertha BSC Berlin total OVER 1.5 @ 1.80 at betBonanza

Once, these two teams were leaders in the East German championship, but since the two former countries united, the Bundesliga has become too strong for those from the east. Hertha managed to play in the elite until last season. Now they are also in the 2. Bundesliga, and here comes the first duel with Magdeburg in Berlin in the last 35 years. Last autumn, there was a spectacle in Magdeburg that ended with a 6:4 victory for the home team. Hertha has improved their form since the start of the season, but it seems they are slowly losing pace in the battle for a quick return to the Bundesliga. There remains hope that they can reach the third place and the playoffs, but to achieve that, they need to make up an eight-point deficit behind the currently third-placed Hamburg. Magdeburg created a major surprise last round by dealing the first defeat of the season to St. Pauli. Hertha was also successful, bringing home all three points from Fürth, one of the tougher away games. Again, we expect goals and at least two balls in Magdeburg’s net at the Olympic Stadium.

For Hertha BSC Berlin total OVER 1.5 Goals, betBonanza offers odds of 1.80.

Paksi – Zalaegerszegi – Paksi to Win @ 1.57 at betBonanza

The results of Paks are surely a surprise for those who only casually follow football in Hungary. However, the team from this small town, known for its nuclear power plant, was already the vice-champion of this country more than a decade ago. Last season, they played in the cup final but lost to Ferencváros. It was precisely by defeating Ferencváros at the end of the autumn season that they secured first place in the table, which they still jealously guard. Interestingly, this club only has domestic players, and their value is significantly lower than that of the aforementioned Ferencváros. We’ll see how long they can keep up with the more powerful rival from the capital, but they will surely not give up without a fight. In the continuation of the season, they recorded all three victories, albeit with a goal difference, but points are the most important. Zalaegerszeg is visiting them; this team is only in 10th place in the 12-team league but has started the spring part excellently with 7 points from three matches. Last autumn, Paks defeated Zalaegerszeg 5:2 as a guest, so we expect them to do the same on their home ground on the banks of the Danube.

For Paksi to Win (1), betBonanza offers odds of 1.57.

Kasimpasa – Fatih Karagumruk – Kasimpasa total OVER 1.5 @ 1.95 at betBonanza

The host continues to surprise with good performances and still manages to stay in contention for a spot in Europe next summer. Kasımpaşa is in an excellent 5th place, just two points behind Beşiktaş and Trabzonspor, who are two places ahead of them. Only Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray are out of reach at the top, and Kasımpaşa will try to overtake at least one team ahead of them to secure at least a spot in the Conference League. In the last five rounds, they have 4 wins and only one loss, with particularly significant away victories against Trabzonspor and Adana. The team from Karagümrük, which shows one face at home and a completely different one away, is coming to the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Stadium in Istanbul. Karagümrük has played 12 away matches this season and won only the first one against Başakşehir. They are now in a series of seven consecutive losses, so if it weren’t for the 10 points in the last 4 matches in front of their fans, they would probably be deep in the relegation zone, although they are now out of it only due to a better goal difference compared to Gaziantep. Last autumn, Kasımpaşa beat Karagümrük 3:2 away, so we expect them to score at least two goals at home.

For Kasimpasa total OVER 1.5 Goals, betBonanza offers odds of 1.95.

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