I’m going straight in having the outside victory, where I have Cardiff beating Reading at the Madejski.
The Royals are a bad side — Jose Gomes’ men have dropped their initial two against Sheffield Wednesday at home and in a pretty regular Hull outfit, so this ought to be a game Cardiff will look to triumph.
It’s actually been a rather rocky start for the Bluebirds–who dropped at Wigan before beating Luton at home in stoppage time–however I still don’t rate this Reading facet in any respect, along with a Warnock-inspired off win will be on the cards.
I’ve an Eredivisie pick next, backing Twente to conquer newly-promoted Waalwijk, that finished 8th at the second division last year!
The people have lost their two openers, while Twente conquer Groningen away from home after securing a good draw with PSV in their league opener.
This will surely be a cozy home victory.
Hopping over to France, my next pick is St. Etienne to conquer Brest in the home.
Another newly-promoted facet, Brest did secure a creditable draw at home to Toulouse last weekend, however St. Etienne won 13 of the 19 home matches last year, and started their own campaign off having a hard-fought 2-1 away win at Dijon.
The hosts will probably be too powerful at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on Sunday.
Ultimately, we have our La Liga opening weekend!
Real Valladolid ended up living relegation by the skin of their teeth last season, but their visit to Betis on Sunday will ultimately prove fruitless.
Scoring only 16 times on the road last season, Valladolid were not particularly striking, and it’s tough to see them bettering a Betis side newly equipped with Nabil Fekir.
Betis have a talented squad, and though they were inconsistent prior campaign, they ought to get off to a winning start now around.

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