Sunday Football Predictions

Sunday Football Predictions – 27th September 2020

Good day and welcome to our Sunday football predictions blog. 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 10 selections (if there are 10 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

sensible sixfold bet

Atletico Madrid to beat Granada (home) 1/2*
Monaco to beat Strasbourg (home) 17/20*
Juventus to beat Roma (away) EVS*
Austria Vienna to beat Admira Modling (home) 47/100*
PSV Eindhoven to beat Heracles (away) 17/20*
FC Copenhagen to beat Vejle (away) 78/100*

25.87/1 on the sixfold*


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



Atletico Madrid v Granada 🇪🇸

Atletico Madrid play their first game of the season today and are looking to build on their 11 league game undefeated streak at home. The only teams to beat Atletico at home through this year and last were Real Madrid and Barcelona. Atletico are also 16 games undefeated in the league home and away.

Granada have lost all 7 matches they have played here previously. In those matches they conceded a total of 20 goals and scored only once. Granada have also never beaten Atletico  Madrid in their history of head to heads – both home and away.

Monaco v Strasbourg 🇫🇷

Monaco have looked a much better side since Niko Kovac took over and will be disappointed in conceding an injury time goal away at in-form Rennes to lose the game 1-2. They will be looking to bounce back with a convincing win here. Monaco are undefeated from their opening two home games, which must be quite daunting for Strasbourg, who have lost their two opening away games.

Strasbourg have had a poor start to the season claiming only 3 points from their first four games. That win was a lacklustre 1-0 home game against Dijon, who sit at the bottom of the table with 0 points. Strasbourg are only two places above Dijon and are sitting on a -5 goal difference. They have only scored twice and have conceded seven.

Roma v Juventus 🇮🇹

Both teams were involved in a 3-0 score line in their opening league fixture. Juventus beat Sampdoria at home 3-0 and Roma lost away at Hellas Verona 0-3. Out of those two fixtures, I personally would class facing Sampdoria at home as the tougher game.

Ronaldo showed no signs of sloppiness, opening up his account for the new season with a goal and Morata’s loan deal to the club has bolstered up the attacking options. I’m expecting a comfortable ride from the away team here.

Austria Vienna v Admira Modling 🇦🇹

Austria Vienna are a well renowned team in the Austrian League and have had a steady start to the season with a home win and a narrow 1-0 away loss to LASK.

Admira find themselves with 0 points from their first two games (one home, one away). In those two games they conceded 9 goals and only scored once. They lost 4-1 away to Rapid Vienna and then 0-5 at home to St. Polten.

Austria Vienna have never lost to Admira in any of their 6 previous head to heads and have won four of them. All head to heads were 2018 onwards.

Heracles v PSV Eindhoven 🇳🇱

PSV have won two from two in the Eridivisie and hold a 4 win streak of four away wins. (Carried over from last season).

PSV have enjoyed playing this opponent in the past, being undefeated home or away in the last 9 meetings. PSV won 8 of these matches and drew one. PSV have won the last 6 head to heads on the bounce.

Vejle v FC Copenhagen 🇩🇰

Last season’s second place finishers, Copenhagen have had a rough start to the new season losing both of their opening fixtures. They will surely look to get back to winning ways here, facing newly promoted Vejle.

Vejle are known for their defensive qualities and played well to beat SønderjyskE 4-1 at home. However, when  against a more credible team in AGF (Finished 3rd in league behind Copenhagen) they lost 4-2.

Copenhagen played Vejle twice during the 18/19 season and won both home and away fixtures. They won 2-0 and 1-3 respectively.

Dynamite Double

Sporting Lisbon to beat Pacos Ferreira (away) 5/2*
Galatasaray to draw with Fenerbahce (home) 23/20*

Total odds = 6.52/1*


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


Pacos Ferreira v Sporting Lisbon 🇵🇹

It’s still early days in the Portuguese Primeira Liga with only one game down. However head to heads would suggest the Sporting will grab all three points here.

Sporting have won the last 7 league head to heads on the bounce. Four of those games were with Sporting playing away from home. Pacos Ferreira Finished last season’s campaign in 13th position in a league consisting of 18 teams. Sporting finished 4th.

Galatasaray v Fenerbahce 🇹🇷

These teams are very closely matched and only three points separated them come the end of the season. Galatasaray finished 6th and Fenerbahce finished 7th.

Both have had reasonable starts to the new season. Galatasaray have won both of their games and are sat top of the league. Fenerbahce have won one a drawn one.

The big indicator here for is that five of the last six league head to heads have ended up in stalemates. Three 0-0’s a 1-1 and a 2-2.

Genoa to beat Napoli (away) 9/1*


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


Genoa v Napoli 9/1 🇮🇹

The Serie A only got underway last week and with one game in Genoa find themselves top of the table. A 4-1 victory at home to Crotone, with goals coming from four different players sees them top on goal difference. This will surely be a big morale boost to all of the squad heading in to this game.

It is a big ask as Napoli traditionally make light work of Genoa, but under the current circumstance I can see them being tough opponents, even if they are the away team. The Italian league has the tendency to throw out some irregular results and I’m willing to put a small stake down on this being one of those anomalies. I certainly see value in the selection at a price of 9/1.

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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 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.