European Football Tips | 30th August 2014


HOFFENHEIM delivered early on for us last week with 2 early goals to land the 2+ goals bet at 5/6 and I’m returning to the Bundesliga for my European Nap this weekend.

I’m jumping on the Bayer Leverkusen bandwagon after they scored the fastest goal in Bundesliga history last week. They look like they’re going to be a really exciting team to watch this season especially in the goals markets under Roger Schmidt. They’re 11/10 at Bet365 to score in both halves against Hertha Berlin.

They’ve plenty of firepower going forward and scored in both halves against Dortmund last week and in the DFB Pokal cup tie. They netted both halves 9 times last season and can carry that form on to this season.

Hertha are in a period of transformation and lost a two goal lead last week. They were beaten 9 times 10 games against top-five sides and conceded 22 goals.


Leverkusen to score both in halves at 11/10 (bet365) is my European Nap this week.


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