We were just one short of a set last week and missed out on landing a tidy profit. This week we’ll make sure it happens. We’ve opted for Asian Handicaps this week, if you’re not sure how these work, it’s simple, just read our tutorial.
Here is my best Asian Handicap treble for Saturday:
PSV v Groningen 17.45pm
With three games left to play this season, winning the title is out of PSV’s hands. Since losing against Ajax two weeks ago, in what was billed as the title decider, they have recovered well. A win in this game is imperative for the club.
Conversely, Groningen have nothing to play for accept pride as they sit in a safe mid-table position. Groningen suffered a pasting at the hands of PSV earlier in the season, the result being a 3-1 away win for PSV.
Groningen are missing a number of players for the trip to Eindhoven which won’t help their cause. You may note their good form at the moment, however few teams emerge from the Philips Stadion with anything but a worse off goal difference. PSV have failed score twice or more at home this term and on both occasions lost the match.
PSV Asian Handicap -1 @ 1.230
Porto vs Vitória Setúbal 20.30pm
Porto are another team that win at home religiously. Their expectant home fans last tasted a league defeat in 2008, it’s some record! Like PSV, Porto are sitting four points from the top needing a win in each of their last four games in order to add to their twenty-six league titles.
The odds offered on a win in this match are short, reflecting not only Porto’s dominance at home but also Vitória Setúbal’s horrendous form of late and we’re confident Porto will net a good few in this game. Vitória Setúbal have lost all but one of their away games since the turn of the year, including a 1-0 lost in the cup at the hands of Porto. Porto did a ‘3-0 number’ on their opponents in their first duel this season and you can expect at least the same again.
Porto Asian Handicap -2 @ 1.575
BATE Borisov vs FK Minsk 1500pm
…. It goes with the territory, here comes this weeks curveball.
It somehow beat us last week, we were shocked to say the least. We’re looking at BATE in Belarus. BATE entertain FC Minsk five games into the season having not started particularly well, to their standards at least.
League champions BATE are hunting down their 10th Premier League title having won every title since they finished 4th in 2005. FC Minsk haven’t started too badly, they are a mid-table staple in this league (6th, 9th, 3rd, 9th). BATE have won their last four meetings with FK Minsk, the most recent was a 5-1 smashing, we’re not expecting such a scoreline this time around but have seen nothing to suggest that bate won’t win this comfortably, likely by a couple of goals.
BATE Asian Handicap -1 @ 1.575
Asian Handicap Treble (BET365) @ 3.075 Good Luck