Manchester City will be hosting Brighton at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night in Premier League matchday 30.
TopbetsKE picks the top five betting fixtures you can place your money on plus extra two tips for our readers.
Manchester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton picked up important wins against two north London clubs, Arsenal and Tottenham to move up to ten on the log.
Meanwhile, City were beaten 3-2 by Liverpool over the weekend in the FA Cup.
City registered a 4-1 victory over Brighton in the first leg and will be aiming to complete a double over the visiting side.
In the last two matches in the Premier, at least three goals have been scored with none of the sides failing to keep a clean sheet.
Tip: Manchester City win / Over 2.5
Angers vs Paris Saint-Germain
PSG wil be aiming to make it four wins in a row when they travel to take on Angers this Wednesday.
Angers are without a win in their last three matches in the Ligue 1, drawing once while settling for a single draw. The hosts have struggled recently having picked only a single win in their last ten matches, seven losses, and a single draw.
PSG registered a 2-1 victory over Angers in the first leg and complete double looks to be well on cards for the visitors.
Tip: PSG win/ Over 2.5
Below are our top five betting fixtures for Wednesday;
5️⃣ Top five selections
- Chelsea vs Arsenal – Over 2.5 >>> Betway, 1xbet
- Atlético Madrid vs Granada – Atletico Madrid win >>> Betway, 1xbet
- HNK Vukovar 1991 vs Slavija Pleternica – Over 2.5 >>> Betway, 1Xbet
- KIF Örebro DFF vs Umeå IK – Over 2.5 >> Betway, 1Xbet
- Linköpings FC vs Hammarby IF – Over 2.5 >> Betway, 1Xbet
Both Teams To Score
- Stade Brestois 29 – Olympique Lyonnais
- Hamburger SV II – Hannover 96 II
- Holstein Kiel II – SV Werder Bremen II
- Rosengård – AIK
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