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17 September 2022
You know the Big 5: Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Serie A and La Liga. Add our very own Pro League to that and you have the Big 6: the most important leagues in our football world. This weekend, there are some awesome battles ahead of us. You know what that means: time for an exciting betting tournament! We have reserved a €1,000 prize pool, so don’t miss out!
Excitement all around in Europe this weekend! In England, the Premier League pits Brentford against Arsenal. The Gunners are leading the ranking, but modest Brentford is becoming somewhat of a season revelation: could there be an upset in the making? Germany’s Bundesliga, meanwhile, has an interesting duel in surprise leader Union Berlin versus Wolfsburg, languishing in a 16th place. This could get interesting! France has a huge game this weekend in the form of Olympique Lyonnais – Paris Saint-Germain. It’s almost obvious to see star-studded PSG in first place, but Lyon (5th) could be a problem for the Parisians…
Next stop: Italy. The Serie A always has an exciting market, and with AC Milan – Napoli, this weekend is no exception. AC Milan is defending the scudetto from a 3rd place, while Napoli is on top of its game, heading the ranking – but only on goal difference… Spain has one of the world’s biggest football rivalries in store for us: el Derbi Madrileño ! This weekend, it’s Atlético versus Real. Who will come up on top this time: Yannick Carrasco, or Eden Hazard? Finally, we’re back in Belgium with a heated duel in which the JPL title defender descends to the Hell of Sclessin in Standard Liège – Club Bruges. Can you predict the outcome?
Now that you know a little more about the big games in the Big 6 this weekend, we can unveil our betting tournament for you! Here’s the plan: place a bet of at least €3 on either the 1X2 market, the Total Goals market, or the Correct Score market on any of the 6 games in this tournament:
The winning ticket with the best odds per bet and per match will be used as a basis to assign points. The 10 players with the best score after all the games are finished will win part of the €1,000 prize pool, on top of their normal betting wins. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make more money!
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