Ticket of the Day (Tuesday, 09.04.2024)

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The finals are approaching in European cups and tonight the first quarterfinal matches are played in the Champions League. In addition to the duels in Madrid and London, teams in the English lower leagues will also be active. The odds were valid at the time of compiling the suggestions.

Real Madrid – Manchester City – gg&ov 2.5 @ 2.00 at Mozzartbet

The clash between these two teams is the derby of the Champions League quarterfinals, even though all the pairs are more than interesting. The last two European champions are meeting, with the English team defending the title. Up to this stage, City had no problems. The Citizens recorded all six wins in the group stage against Leipzig, Young Boys, and Red Star, and then in the round of 16, they beat Danish FC Copenhagen twice. And now a real rarity. City scored three goals in each of their eight matches, winning seven of them with a 3:1 score, and only in Belgrade against Red Star did they win 3:2. Madrid played in a group against Napoli, Braga, and Union Berlin. They also finished the group with a maximum performance, with 6 wins from six matches, but had major problems with Leipzig in the round of 16. They won by a minimal margin in Germany, although the Bulls were, if not better, then at least an equal opponent, and the rematch ended 1:1, with Leipzig missing a number of opportunities. In their domestic leagues, Real is doing better and will almost certainly become the champion, while City is one point behind Liverpool and Arsenal in the Premier League. Last weekend, City defeated Crystal Palace away while Real rested due to the Copa del Rey final and is waiting for this clash refreshed. In both the previous season and the season before, these two teams met in the semifinals, with Real being better two years ago, and last year City decisively beat the Madrid team in the rematch with a 4:0 score. For the overall triumph, City is the favorite, but an open match with goals should be expected in Madrid.

For gg&ov 2.5 goals the odds are 2.00 at the Mozzartbet bookmaker.

Millwall – Leicester – 2&ov 1.5 @ 2.05 at Mozzartbet

We declared Leicester a Premier League team too early. The Foxes played brilliantly for most of the season but faltered when it mattered most. From mid-February to the end of March, over six league matches, Leicester suffered four losses, along with one win and one draw. Leeds and Ipswich took advantage of their poor streak, and now we have a three-way race for the top two positions and direct promotion to the elite. Leicester has recovered, winning their last two rounds, first against Norwich and then Birmingham, both at their King Power Stadium. They are back on top, with Ipswich trailing by a point and Leeds by two, but more importantly, Leicester has a game in hand compared to these two teams. As for Millwall, this team has gained only one point in the last four rounds and put themselves in a very unfavorable situation. They are just two points above the relegation zone, and let’s remember that the Lions were just a point away from making the playoffs for the Premier League last season. The London team will end the season playing against Cardiff, Sunderland, Plymouth, and Swansea, which are certainly easier opponents than Leicester. We give the advantage to the visitors and believe in at least two goals in the home team’s net.

For 2&ov 1.5 goals the odds are 2.05 at the Mozzartbet bookmaker.

Southampton – Coventry – gg&ov 3.5 @ 2.30 at Mozzartbet

There’s a high probability that these two teams will be among the four attempting to reach the Premier League via the playoffs. Southampton was expected to be in this position, but due to poor results in the last two months, they are now quite far from the second spot and direct entry into the elite. They suffered three defeats in February and have only gained two points in the last three rounds. It seems this streak of results has definitively extinguished Southampton’s hope of returning to the top tier without the uncertainty of the playoffs. It’s true they have two games in hand compared to Leeds and Ipswich, so with maximum points from these, they could close to within six points of Ipswich. Coventry is just below the playoff line, in 7th place, four points behind Norwich but with a game in hand. For them, the clash at St Mary’s is crucial, especially after beating Leeds last weekend. It’s worth noting that Coventry also reached the FA Cup semi-finals and will host Manchester United in a fortnight, which will be the most important match for the team in the last few decades. If they also qualify for the Championship playoffs, it will already be one of the most successful seasons for Coventry, who have one FA Cup trophy in their history, won nearly 40 years ago. Both teams will play for a win, as a draw would disappoint both, so our suggestion is a high-scoring game.

For gg&ov 3.5 goals, the odds are 2.30 at the Mozzartbet bookmaker.

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