Our European man-in-the-know is also backing both sides to score in Rome – and is tipping Juventus to beat Novara without conceding.
Further afield in La Liga, the Tipster’s continental cousin expects plenty of goals when Real Madrid take on Sevilla.
The Uruguayan has 30 goals in 40 games this season and he’ll be Napoli’s most likely goal scorer against a Roma defence that has failed to keep a clean sheet in their last six matches. Cavani will also be on penalty duty should the opportunity arise and El Tipstro reckons he looks good value to score in this one at 20/21.
Both teams have scored in four out of Roma’s last five home games. Similarly, both sides have scored in three out of Napoli’s last five away games – Walter Mazzarri’s side netted at least twice in four of those games. Napoli and Roma will be desperate to win to maintain their pursuit of a top-three finish, so El Tipstro believes both sides to score looks an excellent bet at 8/11.
Juventus remain unbeaten away from home with eight wins and nine draws this season – they have also won their last three away games. On the other hand, Novara have only won four home games all season and remain in the relegation zone. With Antonio Conte’s side keen to stay ahead of Milan at the top, they look a good bet in this one at 5/6.
Real Madrid will look to bounce back from their Champions League disappointment against Sevilla on Sunday. There have been over 3.5 goals in 13 of their 17 games at the Bernabéu this season. So over 3.5 goals when Jose Mourinho’s Madrid take on a very attacking Sevilla outfit looks a solid bet at Evens.
Quite staggeringly, Barcelona are winless in their last three games. Pep Guardiola’s men lost to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, before suffering a 2-1 defeat by Real Madrid in El Clásico and failing to overturn Chelsea’s advantage in the Champions League. Barça have nothing to play for, so Rayo Vallecano have the perfect opportunity to claim a major scalp. So El Tipstro’s audacious long shot for this edition is for Vallecano to beat Barça at 7/1.
Saturday 28 April 2012
Palermo v Catania (1700UK)
Roma v Napoli (1945UK)
Villarreal v Osasuna (2100UK)
Sunday 29 April 2012
Real Madrid v Sevilla (1100UK)
Novara v Juventus (1400UK)
Internazionale v Cesena (1400UK)
Siena v AC Milan (1400UK)
Udinese v Lazio (1945UK)
Rayo Vallecano v Barcelona (2045UK)
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