Best Soccer Bets for Tuesday July 7th
Tuesday’s best soccer bets from the Pickswise soccer experts. Read our soccer betting previews for some crucial fixtures in the EPL, Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga. Please remember to gamble responsibly when following our soccer picks and predictions.
A parlay of three selections from the EPL and La Liga, as well as the big Serie A match-up between AC Milan and Juventus could be a profitable play for bettors. paying +458.
Chelsea Moneyline -200 @ Crystal Palace
Chelsea lost last week’s London derby at West Ham but they should not slip up on their trip to another of their EPL capital rivals Crystal Palace.
Palace’s offensive players have struggled all season, scoring just 28 goals in the league – one fewer than Alexander Sorloth, the Norwegian striker they let go on loan, has notched for Turkish team Trabzonspor.
Chelsea bounced back from their loss to the Hammers with a comfortable 3-0 win against Watford at Stamford Bridge and Frank Lampard has plenty of creative options on the Blues’ roster.
USMNT star Christian Pulisic has found his feet at Chelsea while Willian, Olivier Giroud, and Ross Barkley are also in good scoring form for a Blues side who average 2.06 goals per game on the road.
Juventus @ AC Milan: Both Teams To Score -137
Two legendary Italian clubs go head to head in Serie A and there should be plenty of goalmouth action when leaders Juventus head to AC Milan.
When these teams last met, Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty in a goalless Coppa Italia semi-final second leg but Milan has improved since then and they can play their part in an exciting tussle.
The Rossoneri thrashed high-flying Lazio 3-0 at the weekend, taking their goals tally since the season restarted to 11 in four games, while Juventus have beaten Genoa 3-1 and Turin rivals Torino 4-1 in their last two outings.
Atletico Madrid Moneyline -115 @ Celta Vigo
Atletico Madrid is the bully boys of La Liga, showing no mercy to the weaker clubs in Spain, and Diego Simeone’s men can take three points on their trip to low-ranked Celta Vigo.
Atletico is third in the standings behind Real Madrid and Barcelona but they have lost only two of their 30 games against teams below them in the table.
They have won five of their last six matches, with a 2-2 at Barcelona the exception, and inconsistent Celta may struggle to halt the Atletico juggernaut.
The hosts also held Barca to a 2-2 draw recently but followed up with a 5-1 loss at relegation-threatened Mallorca so Atletico looks worthy favorites in Galicia.
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