Sunday Football Predictions

Sunday Football Predictions – 22nd November 2020

Good day and welcome to our Sunday football predictions blog for 22nd November 2020. Here we check out well in advance the games involving the leagues across Europe.

There’s usually plenty of games to choose from and this Sunday is no different. At the weekend I like to place three bets early on that involve a total of 9 selections (if there are 9 selections that I fancy). These bets are:

  1. Sensible Sixfold – 6 selections that have low odds, but still hold value at that price.
  2. Dynamite Double – 2 medium risk selections that both hold odds above evens
  3. Long Shot Single – 1 selection that is high risk and holds odds of over 3/1, where I am expecting an upset to happen.

I then share these Sunday football predictions here to hopefully aid you in your decisions, or at the very least to provide a different viewpoint to your own.

Sunday Football Predictions

Sunday football predictions - sensible sixfold bet

  1. PSV to beat Twente (away) 11/20*
  2. Plzen to beat zlin (away) 11/20*
  3. Roma to beat Parma (home) 1/2*
  4. Genk to beat Mouscron (home) 2/5*
  5. Odd BK to beat Start (home) 1/2*
  6. CFR Cluj to beat UTA Arad (home) 1/3*

9.23/1 on the sixfold*


*All odds from our Sunday football predictions are taken from William Hill and were correct at time of writing. Odds are subject to change at any time.



Twente v PSV Eindhoven

PSV are in third place after 8 games winning 6, drawing one and losing one. That loss was to Vitesse, who sit sandwiched between Ajax and PSV in second. PSV are scoring well and are forming a solid back line. In their last 5 league games, PSV have scored 13 and conceded 2.

Twente have also had a fairly decent start but have had an easier schedule and have been less consistent. A loss to 9th place Utrecht and a home draw versus 17th place Emmen being perfect examples of this. Twente are scoring well currently but are also frequently conceding goals. This will be their downfall here in my opinion as I am predicting PSV to win with both teams scoring.

Zlin v Viktoria Plzen

Plzen are one of the top teams in the Czech league and consistently dispose of those not competing for the top four positions.

Zlin have lost to Plzen five times in the last 6 head to heads and have also lost 4 of their last 5 league games.

Plzen will be boosted by defeating one of their closest rivals in Sparta Prague and I’m expecting them to carry some of that momentum over here to win comfortably over the 90 minutes.

Roma v Parma

After losing to Hellas Verona 3-0 in their opening game of the season, Roma have bounced back remarkably well and are in outstanding form. Since that match, Roma have won 5 and drawn two.

Those two draws were a 1-1 home draw against Juventus and a 3-3 draw with AC Milan away. They are 4th in the league, 3 points behind the league leaders AC Milan.

In contrast, Parma have only 1 league win to their name from their last 7 and are winless from their last 4.

In the past 2 years these teams have met 5 times – 4 times in the league and once in the Cup. Roma won all five ties, scoring two goals in all five of them.

Genk v Mouscron

Genk are undefeated in their last 6 games and are on a 4 game win streak in the Belgian First Division A. They are 4th in the table and one point shy of top of the league Club Brugge.

Excel Mouscron are rock bottom of the league, collecting just 3 points from 9 games. They are losing against pretty much all comers. Therefore I see Genk getting an easy ride here, especially as they are the home team.

Odd BK v Start

The Norwegian season is over half way through with 24 games already played for each team. Odd are one of the top clubs in Norway and are in 5th place on 42 points.

They are very strong at home. They are 9 games undefeated at home and have only lost twice from their last 27. One of those losses was against league leaders Bodo / Glimt.

Start are in 14th position, third from bottom and in comparison to Odd have a horrific record away from home. They have not won an away game all season (11 played) and have lost 8 of them.

Those losses came to an easier fame than what I expect Odd to give them and therefore I see nothing other than a home win here.

CFR Cluj v UTA Arad

Cluj are regular attendees in the European competitions and have now won the Romanian Liga I for the last three seasons.

Ten games in to this season and Cluj are comfortably placed in third on 21 points, just three points of the top teams.

Newly promoted UTA Arad will face their biggest challenge yet here and made even more difficult by playing away. They also have tough games after this one lined up so can’t afford to put all of their eggs in to this basket.

With UTA Arad already losing two games from their ten against less impressive names than Cluj, I’m confident the home team will keep the pressure on those above them by claiming all three points from this match.

Dynamite Double

  1. Union Berlin to beat FC Köln (away) 8/5*
  2. West Ham to beat Sheffield United (away) 

Total odds = 5.5/1*


*All odds from our Sunday football predictions are taken from William Hill and were correct at time of writing. Odds are subject to change at any time.


FC Köln v Union Berlin

Union Berlin have racked up a 6 league game undefeated streak, putting them up there with the big boys in 5th place after 7 games.

Berlin are scoring well and are seeing goals being scored from a wide variety of sources and plays. Wins such as 4-1 over Hannover, 1-3 away at Hoffenheim and 5-0 versus Arminia Bielefeld (Berlin’s last fixture) suggests  to me Union Berlin will be winning this match by a considerable margin.

To back up this thought, Köln have now played 17 Bundesliga games without winning. From the 7 games played this season, three points from three draws are all the have achieved. Great value odds on the away win in this fixture, In my opinion.

Sheffield United v West Ham

West Ham will be ecstatic to have picked up 11 points from their incredibly tough start to the season. 8 games played and the Irons have beaten wolves 4-0, turned over Leicester 0-3 away, held Spurs to a 3-3 draw away and Man City 1-1 at home.

They were also unlucky not to pick up a point away at Liverpool. Morale will be through the roof and may be boosted further should Antonio return back to full fitness.

Sheffield United’s last 11 Premier League games (across this season and last) have yielded one measly point. That point was a 1-1 against playoff promoted Fulham. They are bottom of the league and have a -10 goal difference after 8 games. The momentum is definitely with West Ham in this one.

  1. Torino to beat Inter Milan (away) 7/1*


*All odds from our Sunday football predictions are taken from William Hill and were correct at time of writing. Odds are subject to change at any time.


Inter v Torino

Inter are struggling to find three points in Europe and domestically currently. A 0-2 away win against Genoa is their only win from their last 8 competitive matches.

Torino are no world beaters, but having turned over Genoa themselves away from home recently, they may well fancy getting something from this fixture at the San Siro. 7/1 is a bold price for the underdogs here, in my opinion and at that level I see value in a small staked single bet.

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That concludes my Sunday football predictions for another week. Be sure to bookmark the page and visit again next week where we will be providing another ten selections for you to mull over. We also have a dedicated weekly blog for Saturday football predictions that you may also wish to bookmark.

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I hope you find this information useful and serves you well in your own decision making. Whatever it is you are betting on this weekend, the best of luck and remember to always gamble responsibly.