Today we have the following 4 football Betslips with Boosted odds to place on and win big.
1)Fulham Vs Lutton.
Fulham have failed to win four of their last eight home league games and four of their last five overall.
Luton have avoided defeat in seven of their last eight Championship matches and nine of their last 13 away league games.
Fulham have scored just ten goals in their last nine games while Luton have scored four in their last five.
Off-colour Whites could continue to stumble.
2)Atalanta Vs Salernitana.
Atalanta may not be worth backing after winning one of their last seven games, while Salernitana have won three in a row.
Both teams have scored in six of the hosts’ last seven games.
Salernitana have seen goals at both ends in three of their last four outings.
Rejuvenated Salernitana could provide a difficult test
They couldn’t, could they? Having remained rooted to the foot of Serie A for virtually the entirety of the season and almost been thrown out of the top flight in January.
Here are the Betslips.
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