Ticket of the Day (Wednesday, 15.05.2024)

An exceptionally interesting day for bettors. In addition to postponed matches in some leagues, there are also a couple of cup finals being played. The suggested odds were valid at the time of composing the suggestions.

PAOK – Panathinaikos – PAOK to Win @ 1.72 at 22Bet

Thessaloniki has returned to the title race with two victories in two derbies, trailing AEK by just one point with two rounds left in the Greek playoffs. Unfortunately, not everything is up to them, and if AEK wins the remaining two matches, they will defend their title. PAOK could be helped by Olympiacos in this penultimate round, as we doubt AEK would allow themselves to slip up in the final round at home against Lamia. The black and whites have no choice but to win and hope. It won’t be easy against Panathinaikos, who are fighting for third place with Olympiacos but could finish second if they win at Toumba. On the other hand, for Panathinaikos, the season’s pinnacle is the cup final where they are the clear favorites against Aris. It should be remembered that PAOK and Panathinaikos played two great cup matches, with the Greens advancing after penalties. In league duels, PAOK was better, winning twice against Panathinaikos and drawing once.

We still believe in the black and whites, especially after triumphs over AEK and Olympiacos in the previous two rounds, and the odds for PAOK to Win at 22Bet are 1.72.

Brondby – Nordsjaelland – Both Teams To Score + Total Over 2.5 – Yes @ 1.86 at 22Bet

What a season finale in the Danish Superliga! Brondby was the favorite to win the title, but after suffering defeats to Midtjylland and FC Copenhagen in the last two rounds, they’ve fallen to fourth place, with three rounds left. What favors Brondby is that after this match against Nordsjaelland, a team with the same number of points, they no longer face direct competitors, but play against Aarhus and Silkeborg, who lack strong motivation. With three wins, they could still finish on top, considering that other contenders will face each other. It’s too early for predictions, but Nordsjaelland, who has been fantastic in the playoffs with six wins and just one draw in seven matches, is slightly favored in this away game. Notably, Nordsjaelland’s only playoff draw was against Brondby at home. With FC Copenhagen and Midtjylland just two points ahead of Nordsjaelland and Brondby, a draw here suits neither. We expect a fierce match with plenty of goals.

The Both Teams To Score + Total Over 2.5 Goals odds at 22Bet are 1.86.

Rayo Vallecano – Granada – Rayo Vallecano to Win @ 1.57 at 22Bet

In La Liga, an extra round is being played, but much has already been decided with three rounds remaining in the season. Real Madrid is the champion, and Barcelona, Girona, and Atletico will join them in the Champions League, while Almeria and Granada are relegated. Another team is yet to be confirmed for relegation to Segunda, with Cadiz being the prime candidate. Rayo Vallecano still hasn’t mathematically secured their stay; the Bees are six points ahead of Cadiz and could resolve this dilemma with a victory over already relegated Granada. They secured a crucial point at Mestalla last round, but their goal-scoring form is a concern, as Rayo Vallecano hasn’t scored in their last three games. On the other hand, Granada has long been a second-tier team, and we don’t believe they can do much against a motivated host in Vallecas. In their last two games, against Sevilla and Real Madrid, Granada conceded seven goals without scoring any.

A Rayo Vallecano win seems likely, possibly without many goals, and the odds for a home victory are 1.57 at 22Bet.

Zurich – Servette – Servette to Win @ 2.46 at 22Bet

With a victory over Winterthur away, Zurich has reached a position that leads to the Conference League qualifiers. They are now fifth but must be cautious in the remaining three rounds as Winterthur is just two points behind. Young Boys are on the verge of another championship title, their sixth in the last seven seasons, with only Zurich breaking their streak two years ago. Servette, last season’s runners-up, earned a spot in the Champions League qualifiers and subsequently had a spring campaign in Europe. The team from Geneva now aims for the second spot, currently held by Lugano with a one-point advantage. Servette was a strong competitor for the top spot against the ‘young boys,’ but four consecutive losses at the beginning of April knocked them out of the race. They are now gaining momentum again and will also play in the cup final, facing Lugano, as in the championship for second place. Given that their remaining matches include encounters with Young Boys and two with Lugano, in both the league and the cup, Servette players must win at Letzigrund in Zurich.

The odds for Servette to Win at 22Bet are 2.46.

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