Soccer Betting Picks: Four-Team Parlay Pays +1130
A light EPL schedule this weekend as the FA Cup takes over the English schedule. It’s also the last round in the German Bundesliga, but fear not soccer fans we have Italian Serie A added.
With it being the weekend, I’m looking for bigger returns on Saturday’s parlay, so I’m going for a four-teamer. If you are interested in knowing our picks for all games in the EPL, English FA Cup, and La Liga, visit our Free Soccer Picks homepage. If you’re in the state of New Jersey, Indiana, Colorado, or West Virginia, I would highly recommend claiming the offer below from BetMGM!
Wolves Moneyline (-125)
- Wolves have won all meetings (7) in the EPL with teams in the bottom four, home and away.
Aston Villa is without a win in seven Premier League games. Time is running out for them if they want to make a run at staying in the division. They scored a late equalizer against Newcastle midweek but will face a much tougher test against Wolves on Saturday morning. Nuno’s men are pushing for a top-four finish to secure a Champions League spot next season. They’ve won both of their games since the season restart, but have looked a bit labored.
Wolves beat Villa 2-1 earlier in the season and have more quality in their squad. With home advantage pretty much eradicated, we’re getting -130 on a team challenging for a Champions League spot against a team fighting for relegation. This screams value, give me Wolves.
Man United -1 (+110)
- Manchester United beat Norwich 3-1 and 4-0 in their two meetings earlier this season.
Man United are playing some of their best football at the moment and come up against one of the EPL’s worst defenses in the FA Cup quarter-final. The Canaries defense averages 1.81 goals conceded per game, and the way United’s front six are playing, I can see them putting at least three past them. Man United has put seven goals past Norwich in two meetings this season, and that was without Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba. I’ll take Man United -1 on the 3-way handicap, +115 for Man United to win by two goals is a great bet.
Hertha Berlin +2 (-115)
- Hertha Berlin would have covered this spread in all away games against the top 9 this season.
Last round match in the Bundesliga, so I’m only focusing on games where teams have something to play for. The top four race is between Gladbach, Leipzig, and Leverkusen. One point will guarantee Gladbach fourth spot, that’s if Leverkusen doesn’t win by ten goals. Since the restart, these two sides have the exact same records, four wins, three losses, and a draw. Two of Hertha’s losses were by a single goal. Their 4-1 loss was when they were 1-0 up against Frankfurt and had a men sent off just before half-time. Gladbach also has some injury problems and will be without arguably their best three players Marcus Thuram, Denis Zakaria, and Alassane Plea. Hertha beat Leverkusen 2-0 last time out so they’ll be full of confidence and have no pressure on them. I think they could win this match outright; a draw would suit Gladbach, and we even win the bet with a single goal loss for Hertha. Give me Hertha Berlin +2 on the 3-way handicap at -115.
Birmingham City Moneyline (-115)
- Hull are winless in 12 Championship matches (D2 L10).
My last pick for the parlay is in the first tier of English football, the Championship. Hull City sold their two best players in January, they received $28million for Jarrod Bowen and Kamil Grosicki, but this has come at a considerable cost to The Tigers. Hull are winless in 12 Championship matches (D2 L10), failing to score in six of those games. They’ve lost the last five in a row by an aggregate score of 2-13. Hull are poor on the road too; they’ve lost eight of their 18 away trips – including each of the last three. Birmingham City Moneyline at -115 rounds off our parlay.