Spotlight on Real Madrid and Betis Games as Mozzartbet Offers World’s Biggest Odds

March 09, 2022 at 16:35
Spotlight on Real Madrid and Betis Games as Mozzartbet Offers World's Biggest Odds

In another night of European football where fans are expecting edge-of-the seat action from the Champions League and Europa League, leading gaming firm Mozzartbet is offering and equally big reward.

Mozzartbet’s offers on the Real Madrid and Real Betis matches are the biggest across all betting platforms in the world.

Real Madrid win over PSG, odds 2.65

Madristas believe they can pull a memorable night at the Santiago Bernabeu against PSG despite the latter leading the series by a solitary goal scored at home.

Madrid were outplayed in the reverse fixture but manager Carlo Ancelotti’s men made sure the damage, inflicted by Kylian Mbappe, is only one goal.

As they host PSG without the services of Ferland Mendy, Carlos Casemiro, who are suspended as well as injured Toni Kroos.

Madrid can fancy their chances seeing as they have only lost one of the previous five games hosting PSG in European competition while picking victories in all the other four.

What’s more, PSG have won just one of their last eight UEFA Champions League away games against Spanish opposition, in their recent trip away to Barcelona in the round of 16 last season.

This fixture will kick off at 23:00 EAT

Real Betis win over Eintracht Frankfurt, odds 2.05

Betis face off with Eintracht Frankfurt at the Estadio Benito Villamarin for the first leg of their Europa League last-16 contest. This is a first meeting between the two in Europe.

Manuel Pellegrini’s men finished second in their group with 10 points, just three behind Leverkusen at the top, before beating Zenit St Petersburg 3-2 on aggregate in the playoff round.

Nine different players have scored for Betis in the Europa League this season, the joint most-unique scorers of any side along with Celtic.

However, both sides have struggled for form in recent weeks, with Betis failing to win any of their last four matches across all competitions, while Frankfurt have lost three of their last four games in the Bundesliga.

Betis head into the match looking to win their first match against German opposition since 1995-96 and end a run of five knockout games without a home win in European competition.

Their two G encounters against German opposition did not go as they would have hoped.

This fixture will kick off at 20:45 EAT

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