Our soccer betting expert brings you the best bets from Friday’s soccer slate around the world with three single selections and a parlay option.
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A poor day on Thursday saw 0/3 returned and it’s just as well that this weekend is the final day of the English Premier League season and the start of the baseball season, so we can end the Daily Soccer Picks until August when the UCL returns.
We want to go out on a high though and have 3 picks from Friday’s slate.
AC Milan v Atalanta Over 3.5 Goals
AC Milan have been in such good form recently that they have decided to reward manager Stefano Pioli with a two year contract and abandon their plans to sign Ralf Rangnick. They’ve been scoring goals for fun with five wins in their last six games. However, none of those teams have been as good as Atalanta, who still have outside hopes of winning the league title after Juventus’s shock loss last night. Two form teams going head-to-head on a Friday should mean a great game and it will be one with loads of goals. There’s been Over 3.5 the last 3 times they met and it seems certain there will be more again today. Milan have scored two or more in each of their last six and so if Atalanta want to win they’ll probably need to score at least three. Match of the weekend in Milan.
PSG -2.5 Goals to beat St Etienne
Paris Saint-Germain return to competitive action on Friday when they play St. Etienne in the Coupe de France. They’ve won 34 of their last 36 games in that competition with 21 of the last 25 by two or more goals. They often play weakened starting line-ups as well but today they’ll be full strength as they bid to sharpen up ahead of their Champions League match with Atalanta. They’ll be going all out for a morale boosting win and Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Angel Di Maria and Mauro Icardi will all be desperate for goals.
Gil Vicente to beat Pacos de Ferreira
Gil Vicente haven’t been great since the restart of soccer in Portugal but after a bad run they’ve picked up as the season draws to a close, with three home wins in their last three home games. They will want to extend that record in the final game of the season and what better opponents than Pacos de Ferreira who haven’t beaten them in their last five meetings.