Betting Tips: Can Chiefs Continue Their Change In Form?
League Rankings: Liverpool - 8 & Burnley - 7
Useful facts: The Reds’ scintillating start to the season was brought to an abrupt halt in a 5-0 loss to Manchester City last weekend when Sadio Mane received a red card. Burnley, meanwhile, boasts an identical record to their opponents, with each team winning two of their four games this season, losing once and drawing the other. However, their head-to-head record is in clear favour of Liverpool, who have won five of the last six meetings between the two
Bruce Ramokadi prediction: Liverpool will win it.
Mark S6 V3 P2, Mark S10 V1Mark S13 V1, Mark S13 CALL
Getafe v FC Barcelona (La Liga)
League rankings: Getafe - 10 & Barcelona - 1
Useful facts: FC Barcelona have won all of their last 10 league games, keeping a clean sheet in their last three this season. Meanwhile, newly promoted Getafe have won just one of their three fixtures in the new campaign. A 6-0 defeat in the last clash between the two between the Madrid-based side’s relegation in 2016 will make them wary of this Barca team.
Bruce Ramokadi prediction: FC Barcelona
Mark S6 V3 P1Mark S10 V3, Mark S13 CALL
Real Sociedad v Real Madrid (La Liga)
League rankings: Real Sociedad - 2 & Real Madrid - 7
Useful facts: Coming off a two-game winless run in La Liga, Real Madrid are now facing a high-flying Sociedad that have won all of their three opening games this season. However, Madrid has won five of their last six clashes against the Basques, including four of their last six games at the Anoeta Stadium.
Bruce Ramokadi: Real Madrid
Mark S6 V2 P2, Mark S10 V3, Mark S4 V1 P1, Mark S10 V2, Mark S13 V2, Mark S13 CALL
Kaizer Chiefs v Wits (Absa Premiership)
League rankings: Chiefs - 14 & Wits - 12
Useful facts: One of the outstanding fixtures this weekend sees the champions travel to FNB Stadium. Both clubs are struggling for form this season, but Chiefs have won three of their last four games against the champions. After beating Benni McCarthy's Cape Town City, Steve Komphela's side and will fancy their chances against Gavin Hunt’s men misfiring and demoralised side, which lost four out of their last five games in all competitions.
Letsie Koapeng: I’ll go with Wits.
Mark S6 V3 P1, Mark T88 V1, Marks S4 V1 P1, Mark S10 V3Mark S13 CALL