European Football Tip | 3rd May 2015 | BT Sport 1


MARK O’Haire’s (@MarkOHaire) European NAP takes back to Serie A as he chases a hat-trick of Both Teams To Score winners.

Napoli v AC Milan | Sunday 19.45 | BT Sport 1

Don’t worry, I won’t tell you ‘I told you so’ but Serie A continues to prove itself as the best value destination for goals-based bets in Europe’s top five leagues. So why would I desert it this weekend when there’s another huge value punt on offer?

Napoli remain in the hunt for a top-three finish in the Italian top tier but Rafa Benitez must also shuffle his pack with a Europa League semi-final just days after their Sunday night showdown with fallen giants AC Milan.

Milan’s season is coughing and spluttering over the finish line. Back-to-back defeats including a 3-1 reverse at home to Genoa in midweek has seen the knives out for coach Pipo Inzagji again and it would be a surprise to see him in the dugout for 2015/16.

Nevertheless, the Rossoneri have proven very profitable for those of us who enjoy a decent BTTS wager. Inzaghi’s men have scored in all bar seven of their 33 league outings with 12/16 (75%) away games featuring Both Teams To Score winners.

Napoli aren’t far behind. Despite challenging for a Champions League place, the Partenopei have kept just eight clean sheets in 32 fixtures this term and only four in 16 home matches. The BTTS bet has banked in 11/16 (69%).

Put those two percentage figures together and we should be expecting around a 72% chance of a Both Teams To Score bet repeating on Sunday night. Put that percentage figure into equivalent odds and we’d be talking about a 2/5 shot.

Thanks to 888Sport, we can back it at 4/5. Another huge value Both Teams To Score bet from Serie A.

Best Bets

Napoli v AC Milan – Both Teams To Score (4/5 888 Sport)

Bet In-Play Now at William Hill

There are thousands of in-play markets available each and every week at William Hill. Check out the schedule and bet on the likes of football, tennis, basketball and volleyball NOW!


About Author

Profile photo of Mark O'Haire

After starting his career in newspaper journalism, Mark soon found his way into the online betting world, forging a career in content, social media and marketing production. With a huge passion for stats, the Football League and European football, Mark’s other interests include playing rugby, following his beloved QPR and travel.

Leave A Reply