EuroLeague predictions and tips today – 27/10/2023

It seems like the 2023-24 EuroLeague season will be very exciting, with multiple teams having a legitimate chance of winning the title. Every team will host 17 games, and only the top 8 teams will advance to the Playoffs. We will follow every step of the way and provide you with EuroLeague betting tips today for each gameday of the season.

EuroLeague predictions and tips today
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EuroLeague predictions today 27/10/2023

Check out our detail EuroLeague predictions of the day.

Mike Scott over 10.5 points @ 17/20 (1.85)

Lyon-Villeurbanne is the only team without a win this season in the EuroLeague, and it is about time for them to beat somebody. Virtus Bologna is coming to Lyon on Friday night with an excellent record of three wins and one loss. Lyon-Villeurbanne fired head coach TJ Parker last week, and Gianmarco Pozzecco will make his debut as the new coach. He will need the best version of every player, and Mike Scott is the one who can make the difference in this game. The former NBA forward is averaging 10.5 points per game this season and will most likely score in double figures in this game as well.

Panathinaikos -6.5 @ 17/20 (1.85)

Both Panathinaikos and Baskonia are underachieving at the start of the season as they both have a 1-3 record. The Greek team made a lot of noise in the off-season by signing Juancho Hernangomez, who came back from the NBA, last year’s All-EuroLeague First Team member Mathias Lessort, and Kostas Sloukas, who came from the city rival Olympiacos. Despite that, Panathinaikos is in the bottom half of the standings, and things will start to change for the better in this game. Baskonia has been struggling lately and simply does not have the talent to survive at the packed OAKA Arena. Panathinaikos will have full control of the game from tip-off and will win by covering the -6.5 points spread.

Zalgiris to win @ 1/2 (1.50)

Zalgiris and Valencia are two of the best teams in the EuroLeague so far in the season, even though no one really expected much from any of these teams. They are going into this game with a 3-1 record, and whoever wins this one will probably go among the top three teams in the standings. Zalgiris is playing excellent at home, and driven by the energy of the fans, Valencia will stand no chance in this game.

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