Free European football betting tips: Kilmarnock a massive price

Kilmarnock climbed to the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership after a Greg Stewart first-half double saw off Livingston.

Scottish Premiership leaders Kilmarnock are a crazy price against Celtic this weekend. Check out our pick of the weekend’s bets across Europe here.


Kilmarnock will be looking to hold on to their league leaders status when they travel to Celtic Park this Saturday.

Steve Clarke’s team went top following a 2-0 victory over Livingston – they have now lost just once in their last 11 league games.

While their record at Celtic Park is poor (one win in 32 visits), the 12/1 odds are simply too big to ignore for an outright win.

Kilmarnock have the best away record in the league this season, winning four of their eight games on the road, meaning they will be no pushovers this weekend.

With the Premiership leaders already picking up a win over Celtic earlier on this season the recommendation is simple – take advantage of this big price. League leaders rarely go off at double-figure prices…


Kilmarnock to Win – 12/1


Meanwhile in the Bundesliga, struggling Bayern Munich take on newly promoted Nurnberg at the Allianz Arena. 

Bayern are the clear favourites to take the spoils in this one having lost just one of their last 22 league games against Nurnberg.

However, with the defending champions failing to keep a clean sheet in nine games (longest wait in 18 years), the ‘both teams to score’ market has never looked sweeter.

Niko Kovac’s side have already conceded more goals than in their entire 2015/16 campaign (18) and this has undoubtably contributed to their slow start to the season.

Nevertheless, Die Roten are expected to win against a side which is currently without a victory in seven straight Bundesliga games.


Bayern Munich Win and BTTS – 13/8


Over in the Polish Ekstraklasa, the top two sides go head to head as the race for the title continues to heat up. 

Lechia Gdansk are the current league leaders and are in great form having won seven straight games in all competitions.

Despite their great run and despite playing at home, Lechia are 15/8 outsiders against defending champions Legia Warsaw.

Legia are also enjoying a good run having lost just once in their last 11 league games. They are currently five points behind the Gdansk outfit and could close down the gap with a win.

But at the prices the recommendation remains Lechia to win outright and solidify their position at the top.


Lechia Gdansk to Win – 15/8


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