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Real Madrid Tops Our Parlay Picks for This Weekend’s Soccer Action!

Real Madrid is one of our main picks for a soccer parlay bet today along with Ligue 1 and Serie A matchups. It’s a great weekend of action and we expect our parlay to hit at around +542 odds.


Real Madrid Tops Our Parlay Picks for This Weekend’s Soccer Action!
Daniel Carvajal right-back of Real Madrid - Jose Breton / NurPhoto / NurPhoto via AF

La Liga Parlay Pick: Real Madrid ML (+105) vs Villarreal

All eyes will be on Estadio de la Ceramica when Villarreal and Real Madrid go head to head in a very anticipated La Liga clash. Villarreal has been in a fine form of late and they must be high on confidence following a hard-fought 1-0 win over Girona.

Alex Baena and Kiko Femenia are banned from the match, while all Gerard Moreno, Francis Coquelin, Juan Foyth, and Denis Suarez should miss out with injuries.

Los Blancos, on the other hand, won their 36th La Liga title in style, but they obviously want to put the icing on the cake of a superb season.

Villarreal have only lost one of their last five La Liga games with Real Madrid and actually triumphed in both league fixtures between the two sides last term and Los Blancos will want to revenge those results and extend their amazing form with the 10th consecutive win in the domestic league.



Midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni remains on the sidelines with injury, while all Antonio Rudiger, Joselu, and Luka Modric are pushing for a start.

Goals should be a guarantee in this fascinating battle, but a free-scoring Real Madrid side should have enough to return home with the three points, so we will definitely include them in our parlay bets this weekend.



Ligue 1 Parlay Pick: Lille vs Nice Over 2½, 3 Goals (-113)

Lille enters the last matchday third in the standings but level on points with Brest in fourth. Slipping up on Sunday could see them relegated to the qualifying round.

However, Paulo Fonseca’s troops will rely on their home faithful to see them through a tough fixture against Nice at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy this weekend.

Nice are enjoying a decent season as they occupy the Europa League spot, a position they can’t lose regardless of what happens on the last day.

Nice is certainly on course to better their ninth-place finish last season, something Francesco Farioli must take credit for.


With two attacking teams clashing on the last day, it’s bound to be an exciting fixture so we’re backing the overs. Lille should have enough to win this clash but they are priced at -152 according to the latest soccer odds so there’s no value in backing them.



Serie A Parlay Pick: Atalanta ML (-135) vs. Lecce

A 1-0 defeat to Juventus in the Coppa Italia final in midweek hurt Atalanta, but Gian Piero Gasperini’s troops will be looking to return to winning ways when they face Lecce at Stadio Via del Mare.

Lecce is comfortably in mid-table in Serie A and is currently on a three-game winless run in the league, as well as taking all three points in just one of their last six home matches, scoring just twice in this run.


La Dea is looking to claim the final Champions League spot, with Atalanta holding a three-point lead over sixth-placed AS Roma with a game in hand over Danielle De Rossi’s side and they can all but secure their place in Europe’s premier club competition with victory thanks to their superior goal difference.

The visitors have won three of their last five head-to-heads with Lecce, including a 1-0 win in the reverse fixture, and should prove to be too strong for Lecce once again on Saturday. With the hosts failing to find the back of the net in four of their last six home fixtures, a victory for Atalanta should be a safe bet at BetUS sportsbook.



Questions of the Day

Who could score for Real Madrid against Villarreal?

Brahim Diaz netted twice after half-time in Madrid’s last away game against Granada meaning his last five competitive goals were in the second half. He is the player to watch and bet on.

Who could score for Atalanta against Lecce?

Gianluca Scamacca should be ready to play here after missing the Coppa Italia final due to suspension. He has scored four goals across Atalanta’s last four away matches, all within the first hour of the games.

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