Liverpool will be up against Manchester City on Saturday evening in the Community Shield Cup encounter at King Power Stadium.
TopbetsKE picks the top five betting fixtures you can place your money on plus extra two tips for our readers.
City won the Premier League title while Liverpool secured the FA Cup after beating Chelsea on penalties at Wembley Stadium. The Cityzens are expected to continue firing after signing Erling Haaland who joined from Borussia Dortmund.
On the other end, Liverpool have signed Darwin Nunez from Benfica and is expected to lead the Reds’ attack.
In the last five meetings between the two teams, none has kept a clean sheet while at least three goals have been produced.
Tip: Both Teams To Score / Over 2.5
RB Leipzig vs Bayern München
Leipzig will be taking on Bayern Munich at Red Bull Arena in the Germany Super Cup.
Bayern have lost only a single game against RB Leipzig in their last ten meetings in all competitions. Last season, the Bavarians beat Leipzig home and away last season in the domestic league and will be keen to continue with their fine run against Die Roten Bullen.
Tip: Bayern Munich win
5️⃣ Top five selections
- KV Oostende vs KV Mechelen – Over 2.5 >>> Betway, 1xbet
- SV 19 Straelen vs FC St. Pauli – Over 2.5 >>> Betway, 1xbet
- SSV Jahn Regensburg vs FC Köln- Over 2.5 >>> Betway, 1Xbet
- SpVgg Bayreuth vs Hamburger SV – Over 2.5 >> Betway, 1Xbet
- Odds BK vs Rosenborg BK – Over 2.5 >> Betway, 1Xbet
Five picks – BTTS
- KAA Gent vs Sint-Truidense VV
- SSV Jahn Regensburg vs FC Köln
- FC St. Gallen 1879 vs FC Zürich
- FC Sion vs Servette FC
- Hannover 96 II vs FC Teutonia 05 Ottensen
Five picks – Wins
- Aalesunds FK vs Bodø/Glimt – Bodø/Glimt Win
- Degerfors IF – Kalmar FF – Kalmar FF Win
- AFC Eskilstuna vs Dalkurd FF – Dalkurd FF Win
- SV 07 Elversberg vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen – Bayer Leverkusen Win
- Livingston vs Rangers – Rangers Win
You can also check out our Jackpot predictions here.
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