Ticket of the Day (Tuesday, 05.03.2024)

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In the next two days, we will find out the first four participants of the Champions League quarterfinals. Tonight, the English teams in the lower leagues will also be active. The odds from the ticket were current at the time of its creation.

Sociedad – PSG – under 2.5 @ 1.90 at Mozzartbet

At the worst possible moment, the Basques have fallen out of form. In their last nine matches across three competitions, they have managed only one win and almost ruined their season. Everything could turn around if they were to eliminate Parisians in the Champions League round of 16, but after a 2:0 loss to PSG at Parc des Princes, that is hard to believe. To make matters worse, Real Sociedad stopped in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey, failing to beat Mallorca at their Anoeta in the second leg, so instead of a Basque clash in the final, a team from the Balearic Islands will play against Athletic Bilbao. In La Liga, they lost to Villarreal and Sevilla, conceding six goals in those two matches, which was uncharacteristic for them. On the other hand, the Saints have almost secured another championship title in France, and the Champions League is their priority, as in previous years. They have an excellent result from the first leg and no reason to take excessive risks at Anoeta in San Sebastian. That’s why we believe there won’t be many goals in the return match, especially since PSG’s previous match against Monaco ended goalless, and in their last four matches, there have always been 0-2 goals.

Our suggestion is an under 2.5 goals bet, with a coefficient of 1.90 at Mozzartbet.

Ipswich – Bristol City – 1&ov 1.5 @ 1.95 at Mozzartbet

In the previous round of the English Championship, there were many surprises, with the biggest being Leicester’s home defeat to Queens Park Rangers. This was the third consecutive failure for the Foxes, and they are no longer completely certain of their return to the elite. Leicester is only three points ahead of second-placed Ipswich Town. The Tractor Boys are in excellent form, having strung together five league victories. On Saturday, they easily won 2:0 at Plymouth and isolated themselves in second place, as Leeds only managed a draw at Huddersfield. Although Ipswich was given the least chance in the battle with the trio that was relegated from the Premier League last season, they have held up excellently from the start and it wouldn’t be surprising if they skip the second tier in just two seasons, considering they were playing in League 1 until last spring. Ipswich hosts Bristol City in a midweek round, a team that has suffered three consecutive league defeats. The Bristol team is in 13th place before this round, closer to the relegation battle than to the playoffs, but it’s doubtful they will have problems with their status.

Our suggestion is a home win with at least two goals by the host, and for a 1&ov 1.5 goals bet the coefficient at Mozzartbet is 1.95.

Hull – Birmingham – t1 over 1.5 @ 1.70 at Mozzartbet

The Tigers from Hull have started to make a push for a playoff spot. From the start, they knew their chances were slim against the likes of Leicester, Leeds, and Southampton for one of the top two spots and direct promotion to the Premier League, but they secretly hoped they could be among the top six at the end, and then through the playoffs become the third team to move up to the elite. For now, they are where they want to be, in sixth position, but there are still 11 rounds to play and a real crowd behind them, with Norwich just a point behind. Hull hasn’t won their last two matches, but they haven’t lost them either, recording only one defeat in the last eight league rounds, with five wins and two draws. Interestingly, they have won three consecutive away games against weaker teams like Rotherham and Huddersfield, but also against strong Southampton. On Saturday, they drew at Preston and now await Birmingham with the desire to get back on the winning track. The visitors are out of the relegation zone only thanks to a better goal difference compared to Stoke and Huddersfield, and every next match is like a qualifier for them. They lost their last two matches but played against Ipswich and Southampton. The concern is the defense, which conceded 7 goals in two matches.

Therefore, our suggestion is Hull to score two goals, and for t1 over 1.5 goals the odds are 1.70 at Mozzartbet.

Sheffield W. – Plymouth – fr 1 @ 1.95 at Mozzartbet

Just when everyone had written them off, the Owls started winning, and now their chances of staying in the Championship are quite realistic. Sheffield Wednesday is still in the relegation zone, but now only three points behind the teams above the line. Everything is achievable in the next 11 rounds if they continue to play as they have over the past month, during which they had four wins and one loss. They are now on a streak of three consecutive victories, something that hasn’t happened since the start of the season. It seems likely that Sheffield United will be returning to the Championship from the Premier League, and everyone in Yorkshire is hoping to see the two Sheffield clubs clash again, a matchup that hasn’t happened for a long time. Plymouth is coming to Hillsborough, a team against which they have battled in League 1 in the past two seasons, and Plymouth is not in a safe zone either, although they started the season much better than the Owls. They now have only one win in their last six rounds and as many as four losses. Last autumn, it was 3:0 for the home side in Plymouth, but now we believe in a Sheffield victory.

At Mozzartbet, the coefficient for a home win (fr 1) is 1.95.

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