We’re flagging up the four leading wagers on the continent, starting with a goalscorer who’s having a helluva 2014.
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Jamie Carragher took to the small screen to criticise the incumbent Anfield net minder, but he was plain wrong to do so.
Los Blaugrana pummelling the Valencian outfit sits alongside Inter and Leverkusen in this meaty three-way.
Architect of a free-scoring Blues he may be, but something’s telling bwinbetting it won’t last.
If the Gunners are ever going to go one better than 2006, they have to put the really hard yards in early.
Dani Alves has started both of Luis Enrique’s La Liga matches in charge so far, but talk persists that he will leave.
One of European football’s true behemoths are tipped to let their home fans down on Serie A’s opening weekend.
Eight games on ice will not suffice in stopping the Uruguayan make light of bwin’s 18.5-goal line.