Juventus 1 v 0 AC Milan – Saturday 6 April – Serie A – Juventus Win and Under 3.5 Goals (2.20)
Juventus aren’t missing Cristiano Ronaldo. They’ve won their last two games without conceding and are close to another title. They’ve only failed to win two of their home league games this season as well, so I don’t see much hope for AC Milan. They’ve not won any of their last three matches and have lost seven times in a row against Juve. I see a Home Win.
Bayern Munich 3 v 1 Borussia Dortmund – Saturday 6 April – Bundesliga – Over 2.5 Goals (1.45)
This edition of Der Klassiker is the most important one for years. Dortmund are two points ahead of the reigning champions and have already beaten them earlier this season. They’ve won four of their last five games in the Bundesliga, but Bayern aren’t giving up. They have won 13 of their 15 league games since the start of December, including all seven at home. They dropped points last weekend at Nuremberg but I expect them to be much stronger at the Allianz Arena.
Barcelona 2 v 1 Atletico Madrid – Saturday 6 April – La Liga – Both Teams to Score (1.80)
Barcelona needed to come back from 4-2 down to draw against Villarreal on Tuesday, but I think that will remind them not to be complacent. They’re still eight points above Atletico in the standings and have won eight of their last ten league games at the Nou Camp. Atletico haven’t won there since 2006, so I have to back a Home Win.
Everton 2 v 2 Arsenal – Sunday 7 April – Premier League – Both Teams to Score (1.55)
Arsenal are in a strong position to finish in the top four but they’ve only won two of their past ten away games in all competitions. They also have also conceded in every single one of their 14 away league games this season. Everton are looking much stronger lately. They’ve won two games in a row for the first time since October and I think they can get a Draw here.
Watford 1 v 2 Wolves – Sunday 7 April – FA Cup – 2nd Half With Most Goals (2.10)
This is an FA Cup semi-final, and both teams will believe they can win. Watford have lost their last three games away from home, but those were against Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool. However, Wolves have already beaten two of those teams to reach this stage and, even though they lost to Watford earlier this season, I’m going to back them to win this time.