Arsenal Women vs Manchester City Women: Sunday Bet of the day

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Sunday Bet of the Day: February 11, 2024

Check out our bet of the day for Sunday (February 11, 2024).

Arsenal Women vs Man City Women: BTTS – YES
Reason: Both teams are superb goalscoring sides, and it is relatively easy to imagine the scoreline as 1-1 at halftime. Their recent meeting in November ended in a 2-1 win for Arsenal.
Time: 13:30
Comp: England, Women’s FA Cup

Aston Villa vs Manchester United: Over 2.5 goals
Reason: The same reason as West Ham vs Arsenal. Both teams are likely to get on the score sheet, and it is likely that either team can score at least two goals before the final whistle. The last time both teams met, Man United won 3-2 from two goals down.
Time: 17:30
Comp: England, Premier League

Rio Ave vs Casa Pia Lisbon: Under 2.5 goals
Reason: Both teams are not great going forward, as they are averaging 1.03 goals per game. Although six of Casa Pia’s last ten matches ended with over 2.5 goals, there’s a huge chance this game could end with less than three goals because eight of Rio Ave’s last ten matches ended with under 2.5 goals.
Time: 16:30
Comp: Portugal, Primeira Liga

Arsenal Women vs Manchester City Women: Sunday Bet of the day

AC Milan vs Napoli: Rafael Leao 1+ shot on target
Reason: Rafael Leao is likely to get a chance to try a shot on target. He’s a regular starter and a goal-minded forward. Leao has the potential to find the target from range, and as a result, we have backed him to get one on target.
Time: 20:45
Comp: Italy, Serie A

St. Mirren vs Celtic: 2 & Over 2.5 goals
Reason: Celtic are the clear favourites to win this game, but the question is, ‘can three or more goals be scored?’ The last time both teams met, Celtic won 3-0. We assume Celtic will win, and three or more goals will be scored.
Time: 15:00
Comp: Scotland, Scottish Cup


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