Football / Preview / German And Italian Football 27 02 2010

German and Italian Football

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AC Milan players celebrating


Bundesliga: Schalke v Borussia Dortmund (Fri, 19:30)

+2.5 goals: Schalke have had +2.5 goals in seven of their 12 home games against top-half teams since the start of last season, as well as in 14 of their last 18 home matches when they’ve conceded. Dortmund have scored in every away game this season and had +2.5 goals in eight of their last 10 matches overall (seven +3.5 goals). Dortmund have had over-goals in six of their nine trips to top-six teams since the start of last season.


Serie A: Lazio v Fiorentina (Sat, 19:45)

Match outcome: Lazio have won just two of their last 11 home matches, recording five defeats in the process. Furthermore, they have been beaten in four of their last seven games hosting middle-third sides. Fiorentina have been successful in seven of their last 12 on the road (four W/Ws) and they have also won five of their last six away fixtures when they have been on similar five-game away form (four points).


Serie A: AC Milan v Atalanta (Sun, 14:00)

HT/FT W/W: AC Milan came from behind to win at Fiorentina in dramatic fashion on Wednesday night. The hosts have won seven of their last nine home fixtures, leading at the break in the same number of games. Additionally, they have recorded W/Ws in six of their last 11 home matches against bottom-six opposition. Atalanta have gained just two points in their last six on the road with four HT losses. Additionally they have lost nine of their last 11 trips to Big Four teams with five L/Ls.


Bundesliga: Bayern Munich v Hamburg (Sun, 16:30)

Asian handicap: Away +1 Bayern have been in great form recently and had won nine in-a-row before drawing last weekend. However, they’ve won only one of their nine meetings with Hamburg since 2005/06 including W0-D2-L2 at home. Moreover, Bayern have won only half their last six home matches against top-six teams. Hamburg have lost only once away this season and once in their last 10 matches overall. Moreover, they’ve lost just two of their seven away matches against the Big Three since 2007/08, as well as only five of their last 12 away against top-six teams.


Serie A: Juventus v Palermo (Sun, 19:45)

+2.5 goals: Juventus have conceded in eight of their last nine home matches and seven of the games have settled the +2.5 goals market. Similarly, all of their last four games against top-six sides have seen at least three scores. Palermo have netted in eight of their last 10 on the road while nine of their last 11 trips to Big Four sides have featured three or more goals.



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