Ticket of the Day (Thursday, 04.04.2024)

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A somewhat weaker offer awaits us today, but that’s understandable for a Thursday without European cups. The odds from the suggestion were valid at the time of writing the text.

Liverpool – Sheffield United – 1/1 and TTL OVR 2.5 @ 1.67 at betBonanza

It seems that the Reds have a suitable opponent in this extraordinary round to “bridge” two regular ones. After a lot of sweat they shed to achieve victory over Brighton on Saturday and before visiting Old Trafford on Sunday, it must be admitted that Sheffield is a suitable opponent. The Yorkshire team is at the bottom, their chances of staying in the elite are measured in per mille and after, what is already seen, the defeat at Anfield will be even less. Liverpool is entering a strenuous end of the season which they won’t be able to finish with four trophies, precisely because of the defeat by Manchester United in the FA Cup quarterfinals. They have already won the League Cup, they are leaders in the championship and they also have a two-legged match with Atalanta in the Europa League quarterfinals. It’s clear that the title is most important to them and it’s certainly not a favorable situation that Arsenal and Manchester City are right on their heels. Jurgen Klopp is leaving Anfield after this season, so he is keen to say goodbye with the epithet of English champion. It’s possible that the Reds won’t struggle too much against the Blades, especially if they manage to “score early” against the visitors. Therefore, our suggestion is 1/1 and TTL OVR 2.5 Goals.

For this bet, the odds are a solid 1.67 at the betBonanza bookmaker.

Granada – Valencia – Valencia will win and Total UNDER 3.5 @ 2.80 at betBonanza

The host is slowly saying goodbye to the elite of Spanish football, and all that’s left is for them to win the battle against Almeria and avoid the last place at the end of the season in La Liga. Thus, Granada, after only one season, will return to Segunda, and it will be a heavy blow for everyone in the club, knowing how difficult it is to enter the top tier from the second league. They haven’t won in exactly 10 matches and have been defeated in the last four. Perhaps their last chance was the match in Cadiz last Friday, because a win would have brought them within five points of this team with a game in hand, but it would have pushed Cadiz further into the abyss, as they are also in the relegation zone despite that triumph over Granada on Friday. The match against Valencia was supposed to be played as part of the 26th round, at the end of February, but was postponed due to a fire in Valencia that claimed several lives. The Bats have come close to qualifying for European cups, and a victory in Granada would put them in 7th place, only 5 points behind Real Sociedad, the last team in the European qualification zone. The problem is efficiency, and Valencia has scored just one goal in the last three league matches. A win for the away team seems like a logical choice, and there won’t be many goals.

For Valencia will win and Total UNDER 3.5 Goals, the odds are 2.80 at the betBonanza bookmaker.

Ajax – Go Ahead Eagles – Ajax will win and Total OVER 2.5 @ 1.80 at betBonanza

The Kop side has strung together four Eredivisie matches without a defeat, with two wins and two draws, but they are surely still stinging from the 4:0 loss in Birmingham to Aston Villa. Since they are finished with Europe for this season, their focus now is to qualify for the next one. Currently, they are far from it as they are in 5th place, a significant eight points behind AZ, who are in the position that leads to the Conference League. Most likely, the Kop side will have to get to this competition through a sort of playoff involving teams placed from 5th to 8th. In this group of teams is also their rival in this extraordinary round, positioned in 7th place before this round. It’s Go Ahead Eagles, and the team from Deventer has not yet secured a playoff spot. The Eagles have won twice and lost three times in the last five rounds, but they have also had a fairly challenging schedule. This team can be completely satisfied with what they have done so far, and it would be nice to crown it all with a placement among the top eight, even if they don’t reach Europe. In the first part of the season, Ajax celebrated a 3:2 victory in Deventer in a match full of turnovers played in mid-January. There will be goals now too, at least three, and an Ajax victory should not be missing.

For Ajax will win and Total OVER 2.5 Goals the odds are 1.80 at the betBonanza bookmaker.

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