Goals Galore Betting Tip for Sunday 13th January at 11/2


Sunday’s goals galore bet starts with the early Premier League game, and then moves to Serie A for the other 3 fixtures. 11/2 is the price available from Betway.

Manchester United vs Liverpool:

Both sides have had their defensive woes this season and both are likely to concede in the 90 minutes.  2008 was the last time Liverpool failed to score in the league at Old Trafford, and have managed to find the net in each of their last 8 games.  The 1-0 defeat away to Norwich in November was the last time Man Utd were kept scoreless in the league, and are guaranteed to score on Sunday against a Liverpool side who are a much more open side under Brendan Rogers

Catania vs Roma:

Catania have been strong at home this season and should pose a major threat to a Roma side who are the league’s highest scorers this season.  Roma have scored in 9 of their last 10 league games and need the 3 points to stay in touch with the teams above them chasing Champions League qualification.

Parma vs Juventus:

Parma are the only team in the league unbeaten at home this season and have found the net in each of their last 7 league games.  They have won their last 3 on the bounce, and will be confident when facing the league leaders on Sunday.  Juventus are averaging over 2 goals a game in the league and will look to bounce back immediately after last week’s 2-1 defeat to Sampdoria

Udinese vs Fiorentina:

Udinese are on a decent run of form of late, and have proven very hard to beat at home.  After putting 3 past Inter Milan last weekend, they have now scored in 9 of their last 10 league games, and will prove a tough test for Fiorentina who sit 4th in Serie A.  The 2-0 loss to Pescara last week was the first time in 10 games that Fiorentina have failed to find the net. 

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