Ticket of the Day (Wednesday, 28.02.2024)

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Today presents a fascinating selection. There’s a bit of everything, from a plethora of matches across championships to some outstanding games. The odds were valid at the time the ticket was compiled.

Sassuolo vs. Napoli ā€“ 1x & 2+ @ 2.50 at 22Bet

The defeat to Empoli last weekend led to the sacking of coach Alessio Dionisi, and Sassuolo announced the youth team coach Emiliano Bigica as the new head coach. The team from Reggio Emilia has managed only one win in the last 13 rounds, putting their Serie A survival in jeopardy. If they had only played against the top teams, Sassuolo would have had no worries, having managed to secure wins against Inter and Juventus in consecutive rounds. Besides those two victories, they also won against Fiorentina, Verona, and Empoli on the road. In the rescheduled match of the 21st round, they host the current champions Napoli, a team that has already bid farewell to the Scudetto and is trying to secure at least a spot in European competitions. For Napoli, the most significant match is the return leg against Barcelona, and before that, they will play three more matches in Serie A, following Sassuolo with games against Juventus and Torino. Napoli missed out on a victory in Sardinia on Sunday, despite leading against Cagliari until the 96th minute. The return of Osimhen means a lot, and he scored against both Barca and Cagliari. Here, we expect the shock therapy to work, and we believe Sassuolo will not lose. The odds for 1x&2+ are 2.50 at 22Bet Nigeria.

Slavia vs. Sparta ā€“ GG @ 1.72 at 22Bet

Already in the quarterfinals of the Czech Cup, the biggest favorites for the trophy meet. The draw has matched the Prague giants, thereby easing the path for other teams that have made it to the finale of the most populous competition. On the table, these two teams are at the top, with Sparta currently four points ahead of Slavia, while the third-placed Viktoria from Pilsen is in a double-digit deficit compared to the leader. Besides the top spot in the league, Sparta has been more successful in Europe, having advanced to the round of 16 of the Europa League with a victory in the tie against Galatasaray and soon faces a tie with the leading team of the English Premier League, Liverpool. It will be a real spectacle for Sparta fans, and there’s no doubt that Letna will be too small to accommodate everyone who would like to see JĆ¼rgen Klopp’s team. For Slavia, the cup is probably more important at this moment, but Sparta has nine consecutive victories in the league. In their first meeting this season, also at Slavia’s stadium, the match ended with a score of 1:1. We expect goals on both sides again, and the odds for GG are 1.72 at 22Bet.

Panserraikos vs. PAOK ā€“ 2&3+ @ 1.95 at 22Bet

Thessaloniki experienced a massive shock last week in the return leg of the Greek Cup semifinal at Panathinaikos. Not only did they manage to overturn a goal deficit from the first match at their Tumba Stadium, but they were leading 2:0 and were seconds away from the final. They conceded a goal from the host’s last attempt, leading to penalties. Even then, PAOK should have celebrated, having had three chances to score from the penalty spot and failing each time. In the end, the Greens advanced to the final, and PAOK turns its attention to the league and the Europa League. They recovered quickly, judging by the result of last weekend’s game where they beat Panetolikos away 3:1, remaining in second place with just a point less than AEK. Now they face another away game, their third in a row, visiting the team of Panserraikos, currently the ninth-placed team in the Greek Super League. The host might struggle to reach the playoffs but shouldn’t have issues with relegation. In January, these two teams met twice in the cup, and the total score was 9:0 for PAOK. We expect a victory for the team from Thessaloniki with at least three goals in the match. The odds for 2,3+ are 1.95 at 22Bet Nigeria.

Beşiktaş vs. Konyaspor ā€“ 1 @ 1.60 at 22Bet

We rarely hit the mark with the Turkish league, but this is a Turkish Cup semifinal match, and there shouldn’t be major surprises. In the quarterfinals, Beşiktaş hosts Konyaspor, and since the black and whites have no chance for the title, we believe they will do everything to lift the trophy in the most populous competition. Beşiktaş is currently fourth and could reach Europe through the league, but winning the Cup would definitely make the season much more successful, given they did not shine in the Conference League and missed out on the knockout phase. As for their opponent, Konyaspor is in the relegation zone and will spend the next period trying to get out of it. Konya has been in slightly better form lately, with their only loss coming from Beşiktaş in Istanbul about ten days ago. The Cup is not a priority, but reaching the semifinals would be a significant achievement for this team, which was until recently led by Aleksandar Stanojević from the bench. We expect a victory for Beşiktaş and an attack by this team on the trophy. The odds for a win at 22Bet are 1.60.

The total odds for Wednesday’s ticket at 22Bet Nigeria amount to 13.42.

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