Soccer Betting Picks: Two-Game Parlay Pays +169
Soccer is back! After months of nobody on the pitch, the days have finally come where soccer leagues are finally back in full swing. For Thursday, June 18 we have a small two-game soccer slate which includes a full La Liga action. Valencia and Real Madrid headline the slate as we have already predicted the winner and final score result in our Free Soccer Picks. Even though it’s a small slate, there are some key trends and stats that play in favor of our Thursday morning two-game parlay.
Let’s get into my favorite two-team parlay for this weekend, paying +169.
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Real Sociedad vs. Alaves Under 2.5 Goals (-165)
- Under 2.5 goals were registered in 64% of Alaves’ home matches overall since the campaign kicked off 10 months ago
The fourth-best team in La Liga got off to a rusty start following the postponement as Real Sociedad managed to secure one point against rivals Osasuna on Sunday. Now Sociedad will have to make the travel to neighbors Alaves on Thursday for a crucial points match. Alaves restarted their 2019/20 campaign in hugely disappointing fashion when they fell to a 2-0 reverse at bottom club Espanyol, however, they have proven a far tougher nut to crack at the Mendizorrotza Stadium this season. Remember, Alaves is averaging just 1.2 goals per 90 minutes on their turf in 2019/20. I love this Under pick to kick off this two-team parlay
Valencia vs. Real Madrid Both Teams To Score (-137)
- Valencia have scored in an impressive 25 of their 28 La Lia fixtures
Real Madrid looked extremely comfortable in their last game as they secured a 3-1 win over Eibar on Sunday. First-half goals from Toni Kroos, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo established a healthy cushion for Los Blancos before the interval. On the flip side, Valencia will be looking for a shocker as they have scored in an impressive 25 of their 28 La Lia fixtures so far this season. Madrid should be able to score within the 90 minutes as well as Valencia. Expect a very competitive game here as I can see teams scoring before the interval.