Bet 1Back Under 2.5 Goals in Levante v Villarreal @ 4/7 - KO 19:15 BST
We begin in Spain for a La Liga fixture between Levante and perennial under 2.5 goal team, Villarreal.
The visitors took to the field 38 times in the league last year and 22 of their 38 games ended with two goals or fewer. Despite only finishing fifth in the table, they had the second best defensive record in the division.
I see no reason why this trend shouldn't continue as Fran Escribá remains in charge and their strength is at the back rather than in the attacking third - even with the addition of Carlos Bacca from AC Milan.
Levante are back in the top flight following their promotion from the second tier. They topped the league by a whopping 14 points as they conceded just 32 goals in 42 games.
Their matches average a mere 2.12 goals each time as 27 of the 42 saw this selection land, and with survival being their main objective this year, I envisage some extremely defensive performances.

Bet 2Back BTTS in Man City v Everton @ 11/10 - KO 20:00 BST
To the Etihad now for Man City against Everton and I'm quite surprised that both teams to score is odds-against.
These two teams started their campaigns with victories to nil, but City were playing the newly promoted, Brighton, while Everton were at home against Stoke.
Pep Guardiola's defence weren't exactly tested against the Seagulls but they surely will be by a team who not only pose much more of an attacking threat, but one who are match fit from Europa League action and who have a good record on this ground.
City are still lacking a bit at the back for me, despite additions to the full back ranks. Ronald Koeman will have a plan worked out to expose this weakness and while I'm not convinced that they will take anything from the game, I definitely believe that they will score a goal.

Bet 3Back Eibar +1 Goal @ 8/11 - KO 21:00 BST
Our third and final selection is back in La Liga as I fancy Eibar to be able to 'win' at Malaga, with a one goal head-start.
The premise of this pick is that Eibar only need to draw for it to be a winner. They are travelling to a Malaga club who have endured a miserable pre-season and one who needed a late flurry of wins at the end of the last campaign to pull themselves away from the relegation zone.
Eibar themselves only finished one place above Malaga, but the points difference was eight. They were beaten only 14 times in 38 matches and when they last played Malaga back in February, they thumped them 3-0.
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Back Under 2.5 Goals in Levante v Villarreal @ 4/7
Back BTTS in Man City v Everton @ 11/10
Back Eibar +1 Goal @ 8/11

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