Mohamed Salah of Liverpool

  • In the Premier League, Liverpool (-172 odds) looks to get one step closer to clinching the title against Everton (+460), while Chelsea (-118) takes on Aston Villa (+500).
  • Real Madrid (-123 odds) looks to gain ground in the La Liga title race as they face Real Sociedad (+330), and Inter Milan (-294) is a huge favorite at home against Sampdoria (+850).
  • In a quest for the Serie A title, Inter Milan (-294 odds) is favored to win over Sampdoria, who sit near the bottom of the standings.

CHELSEA, U.K. – The betting world is gifted with another great matchday on Sunday as some of the biggest soccer teams in the world are back in action.

Whether a passionate fan of a major soccer betting fan, there is action for everyone looking to get back to watching the beautiful game.

Premier League

The biggest storyline of the season before the inconvenient hiatus was Liverpool’s dominant run to the top of the Premier League table.

Liverpool has posted an otherworldly record of 27 wins to one loss and one draw, placing them in a near-insurmountable lead of 22 points over second-place Manchester City.

Now, Jurgen Klopp’s club needs only six more points to secure the title, and look to cover half of that ground Sunday in the Merseyside derby against Everton.

Everton VS Liverpool

  • Everton +460
  • Liverpool -172
  • Draw +285

While there will be a decent amount of rust to shake off all around, don’t expect Liverpool to drop drastically in skill to the point of earning a second loss.

Everton is a club with many questions across the pitch and simply cannot keep up with Liverpool on the outside.

Elsewhere in England, Aston Villa plays host to fourth-place Chelsea who needs every point they can get in order to hold on to that Champions League bid.

Aston Villa VS Chelsea

  • Aston Villa +500
  • Chelsea -189
  • Draw +300

Chelsea is the huge favorite here as Aston Villa sits in the cellar of the league table, currently in danger of relegation.

Nevertheless, Aston Villa still maintains some sort of good luck at home. Their previous matchup against Sheffield United was the center of controversy following a goal-line technology malfunction that never awarded Sheffield an earned goal.

The match ended in a 0-0 draw.

Now, they will attempt to conjure up a similar blessing in order to steal points away from a far superior Chelsea squad.

La Liga

The best La Liga contest of Sunday sees a matchup of two teams fighting for points in their own respective standings races.

Real Madrid travels to Real Sociedad in a match that has real importance for both clubs.

Real Sociedad VS Real Madrid

  • Real Sociedad +330
  • Real Madrid -123
  • Draw +250

Real Madrid sits in second place in La Liga with a two-point deficit to Barcelona. The motivation is natural for the club who needs to make up ground in order to catch their storied rival.

Sociedad has their own aspirations as they sit tied for fifth on the table with Getafe and Villareal. All three teams are playing for the chance at the final Champions League berth instead of spending another season in the Europa League.

While motivation should be no issue for both clubs, Real Madrid has cruised to a 3-1 and 3-0 win in their first two matches since returning to play.

Meanwhile, Real Sociedad is coming off a 0-0 draw at home to Celta Vigo. Momentum should carry Madrid to victory.

Serie A

Over in Italy, Sunday sees Inter Milan play host to Sampdoria.

Inter Milan VS Sampdoria

  • Inter Milan -294
  • Sampdoria +850
  • Draw +360

As the odds suggest this should be no issue for Inter to handle the fledging Sampdoria.

Every match is important for Inter who are looking at an outside shot at the Serie A title over these final games.

With all of the soccer betting action to engage in on Sunday, things are slowly getting back to the legal sports betting normal.

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