Top 5 Bets for the Week: October 30 – November 2

We pick through the list of odds and stats to find some bets we like the look of, so you don’t have to! We have featured matches from League Two, Serie A and the Copa del Rey.

Crewe Alexandra v Mansfield Town – Double Chance Crewe – 1.70 – BET HERE

Crewe Alexandra will host Mansfield Town in League Two on Tuesday night. They have not lost any of their last four league matches, and only one of their last six. Mansfield have only won one of their last seven games on the road in League Two. The last time the two sides met, Crewe won a tight match 4-3 and the clash preceding that ended 2-2.

AC Milan v Genoa – Both Teams to Score – 1.85 – BET HERE

AC Milan have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight matches in all competitions. They welcome Genoa to the San Siro for a Serie A game on Wednesday evening. Both Teams to Score (BTTS) has occurred in the last four matches for the visitors and in five of their last six.

Deportivo Alavés v Girona – Second Half With Most Goals – 2.15 – BET HERE

La Liga sides Deportivo Alavés and Girona clash in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday. Alavés have only scored four goals in their last three matches and all have come in the second half. There have been eight goals scored between the two sides in their last two encounters. All of those were also scored in the second period.

Feyenoord v ADO Den Haag – Home Win with -1 Handicap – 1.65 – BET HERE

Feyenoord have won three of their five Eredivisie matches at home this season by a margin of more than two goals. That includes Sunday’s 3-0 win over PEC Zwolle. The last five times they have played ADO Den Haag at the Stadion Feijenoord, they have also won by a margin of at least two goals. They play them again on Thursday evening.

Aston Villa v Bolton Wanderers – Aston Villa Under 2.5 Goals – 1.40 – BET HERE

Aston Villa have only managed to score a maximum of two goals per game in their last eight matches against Bolton Wanderers. The last time they scored more was in a 5-1 win in 2009 when they were both still in the Premier League. The Villans’ 3-3 draw against Preston North End earlier this month was also the one time they have managed to score more than two goals in a game at Villa Park in their last six attempts.

They welcome Bolton again for a Championship match this Friday. The Trotters have only conceded three goals once in their last ten games.