The Title Race is on Across Europe
It is not just the Premier League in England that has entered its final three months, the race for the title in Spain, Italy and Germany is gearing up for its annual showdown with still plenty to play for across Europe’s top four leagues.
So, who are your Champions across all four elite divisions? Deciding is no easy task however to help you out on your way is the best betting tips site by far in the UK which is betting tips 4 you. They cover every day more than 30 games with full match previews and have a track record of very good results both on singles and accumulators.
However, if that wasn’t help enough then let’s take a look at how things stand across the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga.
As it stands, Chelsea sit clear at the top of Europe’s richest league, ahead of a fast-paced Tottenham Hotspurs.
The Blue’s grip appears to be impregnable with head coach Antonio Conte seemingly having sorted Chelsea’s early season defence fragilities by switching to a 3-5-2 formation.
Depending on the outcome of Monday night’s clash with West Ham the gap could be up to ten points with just eleven games to go.
Where the action lies in the Premier League right now is who out of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United will finish in the coveted fourth spot thus ensuring passage to the Champions League.
Predicted Champions – Chelsea
Things are a lot closer in Spain this season with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla all in with a realistic shot of the title.
Barcelona head the running by a point from Real Madrid although Real do boast a game in hand on Barce which would take them top with a win, whilst Sevilla, surprisingly sit just five points behind in third.
Jorge Sampaoli’s Sevilla have been the surprise package this season and find themselves still in contention with just thirteen games to go.
Sampaoli is also favourite to take over the reins from Luis Enrique when he leaves Barcelona at the end of current campaign and how Messi and Co react to Enrique’s news could well define where the La Liga title is headed this season.
Predicted Champions – Real Madrid
There is the familiar feel of inevitability in Italy this season with Juventus once again stretching their legs at the top with an eight-point advantage over Roma in second with just eleven to play.
Juventus are seeking an unprecedented 33rd Serie A title and sixth league crown in a row. Roma and Napoli have done their best to stay in the hunt but find themselves just too far back to mount a challenge.
Predicted Champions – Juventus
Surprise package RB Leipzig are playing their first ever season in Germany’s top flight and have pushed giants Bayern Munich all the way until recent weeks.
Now the Red Bull backed out fit find themselves seven points behind Ancelotti and Co with eleven games to go but still comfortably in second place as they bid to claim a Champions League spot for next season.
Predicted Champions – Bayern Munich