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Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
May 2, 2021
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

We’re getting right into the business end of the season across Europe now and with more games than ever being shown live on TV it can be hard to decide which fixtures to focus on.

That’s where we come in. We’ve scoured the TV listings to bring you the best action on TV this week as well as picking out a tip for each game and combining them all into one week-long acca!

Remember to check out the rest of our tips over on our football tips page as well.

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Monday – Sevilla vs Athletic Bilbao (Spain La Liga)

Where to watch: LaLigaTV (20:00)

Sevilla have emerged as shock title contenders in Spain, putting together a run of five wins on the bounce to move to within six points of Atletico Madrid. They have a game in hand over the two Madrid contenders and are only a point adrift of Barcelona in third, so it really is shaping up to be a fantastic title race in Spain.

Bilbao are in a less promising position and European qualification is looking unlikely. This one is all about Sevilla and given their recent form backing them to keep their challenge up is a good choice.

Betting tip: Sevilla to win

Tuesday – Manchester City vs PSG (UEFA Champions League)

Where to watch: BT Sport 2 / BT Sport Ultimate (20:00)

The Champions League semi-final is poised on a knife edge after Manchester City’s win in Paris and it’s safe to say that the winner of this tie will head to Istanbul as favourites to lift their first ever Champions League trophy.

PSG have won ten away games on the bounce and Manchester City have lost two of their last six at home so this tie is far from over and we can expect plenty of goalmouth action from these two oil-rich sides. PSG have scored in 44 of their last 46 Champions League games and have only failed to score against Bayern Munich in this period, but they have conceded in nine of their last ten outings in all competitions.

Betting tip: Both teams to score

Wednesday – Chelsea vs Real Madrid (UEFA Champions League)

Where to watch: BT Sport 2 / BT Sport Ultimate (20:00)

A 1-1 draw in Madrid means this is anybody’s game as Zinedine Zidane’s side head to Stamford Bridge. It might not be the most exciting of games thanks to Thomas Tuchel’s excellent defensive setup, but it promises to be a riveting tie in terms of the importance to both teams.

Don’t expect too much in the way of goals, though. Both teams will be trying to keep things tight after the draw in Madrid and 20 of Chelsea’s 23 games under Tuchel have produced fewer than three goals.

Betting tip: Under 2.5 goals

Thursday – Arsenal vs Villarreal (UEFA Europa League)

Where to watch: BT Sport 2 / BT Sport Ultimate (20:00)

Manchester United travel to the Italian capital boasting an incredible 6-2 lead over Roma so the neutrals will want to tune in to Arsenal’s much tighter Europa League semi-final against Villarreal.

The Spanish side take a 2-1 lead to the Emirates and have been excellent away from home of late. Their defeat at Alaves a couple of weeks ago was their first away loss in six matches and they should be confident against a subpar Gunners side that have failed to win their last five home games.

Betting tip: Villarreal double chance

Friday – Lens vs Lille (France Ligue 1)

Where to watch: BT Sport 2 (20:00)

Like their Spanish counterparts, French football fans are witnessing a rare but very welcome battle at the top of Ligue 1 as we head into the final few games of the season. Lille lead the way with a one point advantage over PSG, while Monaco and Lyon aren’t out of the picture either.

It’s not just a story of Lille’s title challenge on Friday, though. Lens were promoted back to the top flight for the first time since 2015 last year and have been a real surprise package so far. They currently sit fifth in the table and have a shot of Europa League qualification, although after their defeat to PSG last time out it’s worth backing the Ligue 1 leaders to claim their fifth win in six matches on Friday.

Betting tip: Lille to win

Saturday – Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid (Spain La Liga)

Where to watch: LaLigaTV (15:15)

The most difficult choice of the week but Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid narrowly edges the likes of Dortmund v RB Leipzig and Man City vs Chelsea for the game of the day on Saturday.

Atletico Madrid are leading the La Liga title race but have won just one of their last six away games in all competitions. Defeat to Barcelona could put the Catalan giants top of the table depending on their result against Valencia tonight and with five wins from their last six home games you fancy Messi and co to pile the pressure on Atletico on Saturday.

Betting tip: Barcelona to win

Sunday – Juventus vs AC Milan (Italy Serie A)

Where to watch: Premier Sports 1 (19:45)

The title may be all but wrapped up in Italy but there’s plenty left to play for and Juventus and AC Milan are central to the battle for Champions League qualification. Just three points separates AC Milan in second from Juventus in fifth and Lazio aren’t far behind either, making it a five-way fight for the remaining three Champions League spots.

AC Milan have only failed to score in two away games all season but have conceded in nine of their last ten trips. With Juventus boasting a both teams to score record of five from their last six games we’re expecting plenty of goals here.

Betting tip: Both teams to score

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