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This week, Guy Giles is in the hotseat.



I’m spreading my qualification bet over three competitions on Saturday.

Up first is a Midlands derby in the Premier League, where I’m backing Wolves to secure their third win on the trot against an Aston Villa side without a win in eight.

Next we head over to Germany for the final weekend of the Bundesliga season, and I’m going to be sneaky in stealing a tip from our Saturday Betting Guide.

Borussia Dortmund play Hoffenheim at home and, with both teams having little to play for, Lucien Favre’s side should secure at least a point in a high-scoring encounter.

Finally we come to the FA Cup, which returns at the quarter-final stage this weekend.

Manchester United are unbeaten in 11 in all competitions and should comfortably beat a Norwich side with just seven wins all season.



I’m moving onto Sunday’s action with my first free bet, starting with Sheffield United v Arsenal in the FA Cup quarters.

The Blades are without a win since the restart but I’m actually going to back them to qualify against a Gunners side who scraped past Southampton in their last outing.

Chris Wilder’s side have taken four points from Arsenal in the league this season and, with Dean Henderson, John Egan and possibly Jack O’Connell returning, they should put in a much-improved performance on Sunday.

Next up is Watford v Southampton in one of the few Premier League games this weekend, and I’m backing Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side to secure their 10th away win of the season in all competitions.

Watford lost 1-0 to a Burnley side in disarray on Thursday, and the pressure is on as they sit just one point above the relegation zone.

It’s back to the FA Cup with my final leg as I’m backing Manchester City to bounce back from defeat to Chelsea with a win over Newcastle.

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