Andrew Chase is betting on goals in Crotone vs Atalanta in Serie A and Gladbach vs Leipzig in Bundesliga play
Josip Ilicic of Atalanta, top, jumps to avoid a tackle from Ajax player Ryan Gravenberch during the Champions League, group D soccer match between Atalanta and Ajax, at the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo, Italy, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020. Stefano Nicoli/LaPresse via AP

Andrew Chase is betting on goals in Crotone vs Atalanta in Serie A and Gladbach vs Leipzig in Bundesliga play

Crotone v Atalanta, 10 am EDT; Borussia M'Gladbach v RB Leipzig,1:30 pm.

Italian Serie A

Crotone v Atalanta - 10 am EDT

Atalanta is one of the most exciting teams in Europe. Manager Gian Piero Gasperini has pieced together a squad over the past couple of years that has an exciting attack like no other. Since losing to PSG 2-1 at the resumption of the Champions League back in August, every Atalanta game has had at least four goals in it. This is why you only see over/under's that are in the 3.5 range for this team. Tomorrow they face off against Crotone, who Atalanta have not lost to in their last six meetings, dating back all the way to 2010. I think if you are a fan of the over, which history has sided with the past couple of months, it most likely has to hit due to an Atalanta routing of Crotone. Therefore, we will ride with both for great value and with the data to back it.

The Play: Atalanta & Over 2.5 Goals -125 - 2.5 Units

German Bundesliga

Borussia M'Gladbach v RB Leipzig - 1:30 PM EST

This should shape up to be the best Bundesliga match of the day. Leipzig sits atop the Bundesliga table, and Gladbach are in sixth now but not for long. Gladbach has had at least three goals in every match the past two months except for draws against Union Berlin and Wolfsburg. Their problem tomorrow is staring history in the face. Gladbach has not won against Leipzig in their past seven matches, dating back to September of 2016. Leipzig just took their first loss since being knocked out by PSG in the Champions League back in August, losing to Manchester United on Wednesday 5-0. I think Leipzig bounce back with a vengeance, as they still held their character against United until an ultimate collapse to close out the second half. Before this loss, Leipzig scored at least two goals in every game the past two months except for a 1-1 draw against Leverkusen. This game screams shootout, so tomorrow we will be cheering for goals all around.

The Play: Over 3 Goals -115 - 1 Unit

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