Schalke 04 are destined for the relegation. They look hopeless. Looking at the number of goals they've been conceding one may suggest that another trouncing is loading. I'm expecting the visitors to ship another 3+ goals.
✅Juventus✅Over 1.5✅ Juventus will have to make do without the services of key man Federico Chiesa, who is out with a muscle injury while Federico Bernardeschi also misses out after having tested positive for coronavirus. Apart from that Andrea Pirlo has a full set of squad at his disposal and could make a few changes to the starting XI for Wednesday’s game. The first of these changes will come in goal where the manager has confirmed that Gianluigi Buffon will get the nod against his former club, Parma. Leonardo Bonucci should come into the starting XI in place of Giorgio Chiellini to partner Matthijs de Ligt, who was one of the few positives against Atalanta last time out. The Brazilian duo of Danilo and Alex Sandro should form the full-back pairing. Rodrigo Bentancur should make way for Arthur Melo, who has that ability to pick ****** from midfield that can unlock defences. Adrien Rabiot will be his partner in the middle of the park. As a result of Danilo slotting in at right-back, Juan Cuadrado should move to the right-side of the midfield four from where he will look to drive forward and hit in crosses for the attackers. Weston McKennie should get the nod on the opposite flank, with the USMNT international drifting in centrally to create space for Sandro to attack on the wings. The big news, though, is that Cristiano Ronaldo is available again after missing the last game and should slot right back into the starting XI. It will likely come at the expense of Alvaro Morata with Paulo Dybala holding on to his spot in the lineup. Probable Lineup (4-4-2): Buffon; Danilo, de Ligt, Bonucci, Sandro; Cuadrado, Arthur, Rabiot, McKennie; Dybala, Ronaldo
♻️Liverpool♻️ Over 1.5♻️ Prediction 1-3 Liverpool Lost Champions League and they will Win, Following their shock 2-1 Premier League (PL) win over Manchester City (April 10), Leeds United have now scored more times from outside the box (12) than any other top-flight side this term! Such sharp-shooting has them on course for a top-half finish, and unbeaten in four league matches (W3, D1), their fixtures have produced an entertaining average of 3.16 goals per game this term. Despite inconsistent home league form this calendar year (W3, D1, L3), Leeds have only conceded 2+ goals in one of those games and they’ll look to produce another solid defensive effort here. Interestingly, six of their last eight PL home fixtures have also featured an opener before the 20th minute (W4, D1, L3). Out of Europe and out of the title race, Liverpool must now focus on converting a top-half position into a top-four finish. Three consecutive league victories - including a PL-record 37th win via a goal in the 90th minute or later against Aston Villa (April 10) – is encouraging, although a fast start would be surprising as the ‘Reds’ haven’t scored a PL goal before first-half injury time this calendar year! A potent second-half threat on the road, they’ve scored 21 (72.41%) of 29 away league goals after HT this season, netting an average of 1.83 second-half goals across their last six PL away fixtures (W5, L1). Furthermore, the ‘Reds’ haven’t conceded in three away league matches (W3), and have failed to score in just two PL road trips this term.