Ufuoma’s Banker Predictions with Betbiga

Ufuoma has been waiting patiently for the international break to be over

Hello people, it is great to make my Betbiga debut. I am hoping every one reading can become winners courtesy of my betting previews. Here’s the good news, Betbiga will always pay no matter what you win. You can be rest assured.

If this is the first time you are reading my previews, well, let me tell you that I pick games from across Europe and dissect some possible betting options. At the end, I could come up with odds you may wish to play too.

With that said, let’s take a look at some games this weekend.


Just about six weeks ago, there seemed to be a title race in the Premier League with both Manchester clubs leading the charge.

Now, the title is all but won with the Cityzens 14 points ahead of the Red Devils. However, pride is still at stake. More importantly, Pep Guardiola would love to keep his amazing run of victories, and who better to beat than your city rival?

My first pick for this game would be a home win. United may have found a way to not lose to the top teams this season but I think their fairytale ends here. Betbiga has this prized at 1.55 odds.

The Manchester Derby is expected to deliver a home win

United’s last three encounters have ended with same score-line: 0:0. City may have conceded twice in their last two games but they have proved stingy at the back.

Convention will suggest G/G will be hard to achieve but I don’t think so. I expect both sides to score here. At 1.80 odds on Betbiga, that’s an amazing option.

Let’s go one step further, if we mix both options above, a home win and both teams to score, then, we have got a great option. This is placed at 3.01 odds.


In Denmark, the home side has been on fire recently winning all five of their last games in the Superligaen. More importantly, they didn’t even concede in the last three.

On the other hand, the away side has been a little indifferent in recent weeks. One defeat, two draws and two wins doesn’t bode well for a team who were once firing on all cylinders. Still, expect a tough encounter here.

I’m sticking with a home win for this game. With no European adventure, Midtjylland have rediscovered their winning formula.  But I also don’t expect too many goals.

A home win on Betbiga is prized at 1.81 odds. A home win and under 3.5 goals is set at 2.50 odds.

If you want to try something riskier, how about this: I’m predicting a halftime draw with Midtjylland going on to win. That option comes as X/1 on Halftime/Full time as 4.70 odds.


Dortmund’s erratic form in the Bundesliga this season means this late kick-off on Saturday isn’t going to be a title decider, at least not for the away side.

For Bayern, this is a must win or they stand or chance of losing their top spot to second placed RB Leipzig who are two points behind.

Another goal-fest expected in Der Klassiker

The reverse fixture saw Bayern coming away with all three points. Will that be the case on Saturday? Well, I can’t say for sure. But what is almost certain is that I expect both teams to score. That option on Betbiga is 1.35 odds.

But I’d go one step further and say G/G plus Over 2.5 Goals. Betbiga has this prized at 1.49 odds.

My last option for this game would be a home win and G/G. Catch this option on Betbiga at 2.31 odds.


Here’s my rundown of other games and options to look at this weekend:

1. Frankfurt VS Stuttgart – home win – 1.90 odds

2. Ajax VS Groningen – home win and G/G – 2.55 odds

3. RB Salzburg VS Poelten – Over 1.5 at HT – 1.70 odds

WEEKEND CODE: Here’s my 40+ code for the weekend – THYGW.

Like I always say, always play with what you can afford to let go.

I’d be back next week for UEFA Champions League previews. Stay safe people.