Soccer predictions: EPL and Serie A three-team parlay pays +330
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A parlay of three Moneyline locks stands out as the best way to make a profit with two matches in London and one in Italy making up the best plays.
Arsenal Moneyline -205 vs. Norwich
Confidence is a big factor in sport and Arsenal seem to have gotten their buzz back with two road wins at Sheffield United and Southampton to move up the EPL table and progress through to the FA Cup semi-finals.
Arsenal is strong at home anyway – they have won all five matches against teams currently in the bottom five in West Ham, Bournemouth, and Aston Villa – and Norwich’s road record could hardly be worse at 1-3-11.
Norwich, looking set to head straight back down after last season’s promotion, were beaten after extra-time in their defeat to Manchester United on Saturday when Timm Klose’s red card left the Canaries with an ultimately too difficult task.
Klose is suspended after his expulsion at Carrow Road, leaving coach Daniel Farke with only one fit central defender to take on Arsenal’s ace offense.
Chelsea Moneyline -160 @ West Ham
Chelsea has looked strong since the Premier League restart with wins over Aston Villa, Manchester City, and Leicester, but they were also in good shape prior to the lockdown with successes over Everton and Liverpool too.
USMNT star Christian Pulisic scored in the victories against Villa and City and coach Frank Lampard’s huge squad is made for this hectic period.
Kepa, Marcos Alonso, Cesar Azpilicueta, Jorginho, Ross Barkley, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mateo Kovacic, Pedro, and Olivier Giroud were on the bench for the win over Leicester and all of those players would walk into the West Ham side.
The Hammers have lost five of their last six EPL games and failed to score in the last three.
AC Milan Moneyline -167 @ SPAL
Whisper it quietly but maybe fallen giants AC Milan are on the way back. The Rossoneri revolution has delivered back-to-back wins and they can land the threepeat at SPAL.
Those two wins (4-1 at Lecce and 2-0 v Roma) were hugely impressive as Milan forced 17 shots on target across the 180 minutes and allowed just two attempts on their own goal.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is close to a comeback but the former LA Galaxy man has not been missed.
Ante Rebic has scored in six of his last eight games and SPAL are on a shocking streak with 12 defeats in their last 15 matches.