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Sunday Over/Under 2.5 Goals Accumulator: Prediction and Betting Tips

15:00, May 23 2021
Sunday 23th of May is the final day of all European League football. We are covering a five-match Over/Under 2.5 goals accumulator from across Europe’s top leagues. Follow on for our free prediction and betting tips.

Fulham vs Newcastle

Under 2.5 Goals 2.10 at William Hill

  • 61% of Fulham’s home matches ended in under 2.5 goals
  • 67% of Newcastle’s away matches have ended in under 2.5 goals

 

Angers vs Lille

Under 2.5 Goals 2.00 at William Hill

  • 56% of Angers’ home matches saw under 2.5 goals
  • 61% of Lille’s away matches saw under 2.5 goals

 

Torino vs Benevento

Under 2.5 Goals 2.50 at William Hill

  • Torino have scored just one goal in their last three matches
  • Benevento haven’t scored in their last two away matches

 

Nantes vs Montpellier

Over 2.5 Goals 1.57 at William Hill

  • The last five matches of Nantes have seen over 2.5 goals
  • Montpellier’s last four of six matches have ended in over 2.5 goals

 

Wolves vs Manchester United

Over 2.5 Goals 1.73 at William Hill

  • The last two home games of Wolves ended in over 2.5 goals
  • 56% of Manchester United’s away games ended in over 2.5 goals

 

Total five-match Over/Under 2.5 Goals Acumulator 28.50 or 27.5/1  at William Hill

 

 

 

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