Sunday Priceboost: BTTS in Barcelona, Juventus and Marseille games now 9/2

The weekend comes to a close with three big games across Serie A, Ligue 1 and La Liga. With goals expected to flow, here’s news of a special priceboost from Planet Sport Bet.

Sunday night has the potential to get a little explosive. Juventus, for instance, welcome Jose Mourinho's AS Roma to the Allianz Stadium.

Both clubs are off the pace in the Serie A title race with Roma trailing league leaders Napoli by six points and Juve sitting all the way down in seventh.

Elsewhere, Marseille will be looking for their first win in four games when they host in-form Lorient.

It's been a wild start to the season for Jorge Sampaoli's men which currently sees them down in fifth.

The final part of our treble concerns Barcelona's clash with Valencia. For years this has been a keystone fixture for La Liga and even though both teams are struggling, the stakes are by no means any less significant.

You can enjoy the action and cheer on the goals as they go in with a special from Planet Sport Bet which sees both teams to score in all three games boosted to 9/2 from 4/1.

Juventus vs AS Roma

After a slow start to the season, Juventus seem to have finally found their groove. The Old Lady went into the international break having won four games in a row - including a 1-0 victory over European champions, Chelsea.

Unlike their upcoming opponents, AS Roma kicked off the new campaign like a house on fire. However, a couple of defeats have crept into their recent form.

So, what exactly can we expect to see in this clash of the titans?

The short answer is goals. Four of the last five head-to-head encounters have seen the both teams to score bet land. In fact, those five fixtures produced a whopping 17 goals.

Jose Mourinho manager of AS Roma looks on during the Serie A match between AS Roma and Empoli Calcio at Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Alvaro Morata and Tammy Abraham are both unlikely to feature due to injuries. However, that shouldn't have a major impact on the goals tally considering both men have only produced four efforts between them this season.

Instead, the men to watch are Roma's Jordan Veretout and Lorenzo Pellegrini who have eight goals between them.

In contrast, Juventus still have the likes of Paulo Dybala and Manuel Locatelli at their disposal. The ever-consistent Federico Chiesa can also cause a fair bit of damage in front of goal.

With that in mind, both teams to score is the way to go in this one.

Marseille vs Lorient

The evening treat from Ligue 1 sees Marseille and Lorient go toe-to-toe at the Stade Velodrome.

Both teams have had some memorable battles over the years, including Marseille's 3-2 victory last April, their 4-1 win from 2017 and Lorient's dramatic 5-3 triumph from 2015.

The last of those results was in fact Lorient's last win over Marseille. Les Merlus would love nothing more than to finally end their six-match winless run in this fixture.

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Considering Jorge Sampaoli's side are in poor form and could potentially be without Dimitri Payet, it's fair to say that Lorient will be licking their lips ahead of kick-off.

Looking at the betting, the outright market is one to avoid in an unpredictable clash such as this. Instead, it makes more sense to look at the goals market.

More specifically, we're backing both teams to score. This is a bet that has landed in six of the last eight head-to-head encounters.

Barcelona vs Valencia

Barcelona are broke, sitting mid-table and have one of the longest injury lists in La Liga. After a century of dominance on the world stage, the time has finally come for Barca to experience what it feels like to be an average club.

Nevertheless, this weekend is a big one for the Catalonian outfit. Games against Valencia are always special occasions - even if both teams are lingering well outside of the top four.

Ronald Koeman's side come into this fixture on the back of two successive defeats. What's more, Barcelona have only recorded one win from their last six competitive games.

Ansu Fati of FC Barcelona celebrate a goal during the Liga match between FC Barcelona and UD Levante at Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain.

Valencia, meanwhile, are winless in four games and currently sit eighth in the standings with 12 points to their name.

Bearing all that in mind, winning this Sunday could be the catalyst both teams need in turning around their fortunes.

Looking at the latest odds, it's the hosts who remain heavy favourites. But considering both teams have been rather unpredictable, this is not the best of times to be sticking your neck out in the outright market.

However, both teams to score has landed in 12 of the last 15 head-to-head encounters.

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