Ticket of the Day (Wednesday, 24.04.2024)

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Today’s offering is quite diverse and inspiring. The final stages are being played in European leagues, and every round resolves some dilemma. The proposed odds were valid at the time of ticket compilation.

Anderlecht – Cercle Brugge – fr 1 @ 1.95 at Mozzartbet

As every year, the battle for the title is most intriguing in the Belgian Jupiler League. Last season, the race was decided on the final day, with three teams alternating at the top during those last 90 minutes. Now, there has been a significant change once again, with Royal Union once more being the loser, having squandered a significant lead and currently sitting only in third place. Ahead of them are Club Brugge, who defeated them last weekend, and the leading Anderlecht. All three teams are within just three points of each other, and Genk, who trails Anderlecht by four points, is also in contention. Genk defeated Anderlecht last weekend, leaving the famous club from Brussels with no room for further slip-ups, especially at home. They will host Cercle Brugge, a team with no major ambitions in the playoffs as their goal of securing a place among the top six teams has been achieved. It seems they will battle with the reigning champions Antwerp for the fifth position, but ultimately, it’s not so crucial. Cercle Brugge has won once, drawn twice, and suffered their first defeat against Antwerp a few days ago in the four playoff rounds.

Anderlecht is a significant favorite at their Lotto Park, and our suggestion for this match is a home win (fr 1) with odds of 1.95 at Mozzartbet.

AEK – Panathinaikos – fr 1 @ 2.00 at Mozzartbet

Equally intriguing is the title race in Greece. Four teams are vying for the trophy, although Olympiacos and PAOK have slightly lesser prospects compared to AEK and Panathinaikos. These two teams are meeting in the 33rd round, specifically the 7th in the playoffs. AEK is the host, but since both teams are from the capital, it’s the Athens derby. AEK is the reigning champion of the country, while the Greens have been waiting for the title for a full 14 years. They haven’t been closer than they are now, trailing AEK by just one point and having the opportunity to switch positions at the top in this head-to-head clash. Until the end of the season, PAO plays at home against Aris and Olympiacos, and away only against PAOK at Tumba. Each of those matches will be like a mini-final, just like this one at the OPAP Arena. AEK has improved its form compared to the start of the season; their only loss in the last seven months in the domestic league came against Panathinaikos in the playoffs. They haven’t been poor in Europe this season either, and perhaps this is the moment of truth for them.

A victory would significantly open the doors for AEK in defending their title, and we believe they will achieve it, one way or another. At Mozzartbet, a home win (fr 1) is priced at odds of 2.00.

Austria Kl. – Salzburg – 2&ov 1.5 @ 1.57 at Mozzartbet

A dead heat is underway, as it currently appears, between Sturm and Salzburg for the title in the Austrian Bundesliga. Currently, these two teams are tied on points and are the only candidates to claim the championship laurels. The reigning champions from the city of Germania will visit Klagenfurt, Rapid in Vienna, and Hartberg by the end of the season, while hosting Sturm and LASK at home. Therefore, they play at the Red Bull Arena against their strongest rivals, which is certainly a favorable circumstance for winning another title in the Bundesliga, the eleventh consecutive one. One of the easier matches should be the one in Klagenfurt because the home team Austria doesn’t have great ambitions, and securing a place in the playoffs has fulfilled all their competitive goals. True, Austria has a chance to reach at least 5th place and secure a spot in the Conference League. Four days ago, these two teams met in Salzburg, and the Bulls won 4-2. Austria has been without a win in their last 7 league matches, which speaks volumes about their ambitions. Along with the visitors’ victory, we believe there will be at least two balls in the hosts’ net.

The odds for 2&ov 1.5 goals at Mozzartbet are 1.57.

Coventry – Hull – Over 2.5 @ 1.65 at Mozzartbet

What happened to Coventry on Sunday in the FA Cup semifinal is something hardly anyone could quickly forget and prepare for this Championship makeup match, no matter how important it is. Anyone who didn’t watch missed out tremendously. Coventry found themselves three goals down against the famous Manchester United in just twenty minutes towards the end of the game, scored a goal in the last minute of extra time that was disallowed due to a minimal offside, and then lost on penalties despite having an advantage at the beginning. In short – a tragedy. Coventry will play four more matches until the end of the season, and if they were to win them all, they would enter the playoffs. It won’t be easy, not only because the opponents are strong, especially Ipswich and Hull, but also because of the players’ motivation. For Hull Tigers, this could be a great opportunity. They are currently 5th, and if they were to win in Coventry, they would be very close to that 6th place, the last one leading to the playoffs. They are currently 4 points behind Norwich but with a game in hand. Until the end of the season, the Tigers will play Ipswich at home and visit Plymouth, so it can be said that they control their own destiny. As for this match, a draw doesn’t suit either side, and they will play for a win, which means there should be goals.

Our suggestion is Over 2.5 Goals with odds of 1.65 at Mozzartbet.

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