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Wolfsburg’s first defeat in 11 matches saw them exit the German Cup in midweek at the hands of RB Leipzig but can get back on track with a win at Hoffenheim. Oliver Glasner’s side have had a great season and sit third in the table, just about hanging to the coat-tails of RBL and Bayern Munich above them.
Hoffenheim have a host of injury problems and have one just once in seven, a run that saw them dumped out of the Europa League by unfancied Molde.
Wolfsburg haven’t conceded in the Bundesliga for seven games, with that solid base to build on and the goals of Weghorst, steffen and Baku at the other end they look a value bet at 7/5.
Derby County (3.00pm)
Wayne Rooney has turned things around at Pride Park but there’s still some work to be done to ensure their Championship safety. The Rams were brought back down to earcth with a bump in midweek, losing 4-0 at in-form Cardiff but they can pick things up again at St Andrew’s where they meet Coventry.
Derby have won six of the last 10 (W6 D1 L3). Two of those losses against the aforementioned and at Watford who boast the bet home record in the league.
Nomadic Coventry’s defeat at home to Middlesbrough made it just one win in nine for the Sky Blues who are in danger of slipping in to the relegation zone this weekend.
Promotion chasing Morecambe can take advantage of Carlisle’s poor form with a win at the Globe Arena on Saturday. The Shrimps are just four points off the top in League 2 where just 10 points separate the top 10 in the table.
Defeats to in-form Bradford and Mansfield have derailed them a bit recently but they’ve won three of their last four in contrast with visitors Carlisle who have failed to win in six (D1 L5). Manager Chris Beech has bemoaned his side’s inability to hold on to a lead lately so there’s clearly some frailties that need to be addressed by the Blues.
Livingston’s season is in danger of fizzling out after a tremendous unbeaten run that saw them all but secure a Top 6 finish in the Scottish Premiership. They’re now winless in five (L4 D1) including a disappointing performance in the Betfred Cup final last weekend and a pianful late defeat at home to Rangers in Midweek.
Motherwell have disappointed more often than not this season and a bottom 6 finish is a measure of how much they’ve underperformed this season but there have been some encouraging signs under Graham Aelxander, none moreso than the 2-0 win at Easter Road last weekend.
Odds of 5/2 have been nibbled at and they’re in to 9/4 already, likely to get shorter still before kick-off and definitely worth including in a longshot acca.
After a really tough run of fixtures Udinese welcome Sassuolo to Stadio Friuli. I Bianconeri have faced four of the top five in Serie A in their last eight matches and come through relatively unscathed. Only Roma have beaten them in those last eight as they emerged with a 13-point haul including creditable draws against Milan, Inter and Atalanta.
Sassuolo present another tough test but they’ve won just one in eight in the league and that against bottom club Crotone. this is likely to be close affair but Udinese can just edge it at 31/20.
Super Accumualtor Tips
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