Sunday Football on TV – 6 May 2018

This entry was posted on Sunday, May 6th, 2018

4 to Watch

Malaga vs Alaves

11am Sky Sports Football

Anybody watching this on a gorgeous Bank Holiday Sunday morning must seriously question their priorities and the state of their existence quite frankly, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a bet. Malaga may have had their goose cooked for a few weeks now, but they appear to have saved the best until last, picking up some decent scalps of late. Alaves are safe and have nothing to play for, so we see no reason why this meaningless good run can’t continue. A home win is 6/4 with the Betfair Sportsbook. So have a punt. And get out!

Caen vs Monaco

4pm BT Sport 3

Monaco are chasing Champions League football, but are stumbling like a blind man who has had his stick stolen, taking just one point from the last nine available. Their 7-1 shellacking at PSG seems to have knocked the stuffing out of a team who were so vibrant last season, but now seem to be running on empty. Yet they couldn’t ask for more welcoming hosts than Caen, who have lost all six of their tussles with France’s big four so far, scoring just twice in those matches. Take a 1.9 on Betfair as your bet of the weekend.

Arsenal vs Burnley

4.30pm Sky Sports Main Event (Afterparty only)

0-1 is available at 26 on the Betfair Exchange. Merci Arsene – that will pay for the Bank Holiday booze.

Orlando City vs Real Salt Lake

10pm Sky Sports Football

Five wins in a row now for Jason Kreis’ home side, and the Orlando manager now finds himself up against a team with whom he won the MLS. RSL are a long way from that form right now, and despite their hosts being a little dodgy at the back, we can’t imagine Mike Petke’s team being good enough to take advantage. Dom Dwyer is the man to watch for the home team, and the form he is in, means we would take the 1.76 on a City victory.

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