Saturday Betting Guide: Our writers' 10 best football tips
We've compiled our best football tips, including win-draw-win, BTTS and anytime goalscorers, for this weekend's action across Europe.
Will Rook and Adam Drury provide their football tips from Saturday's action in the Premier League, Championship and Serie A.
Fulham to beat Sheffield Wednesday to nil (15:00)
Fulham need to win to have any hope of keeping their slim hopes of automatic promotion alive.
The Cottagers drew 0-0 with second-placed West Brom on Tuesday evening, but had won their previous four matches. They have also kept five straight clean sheets.
Sheffield Wednesday’s goalless draw with relegation-threatened Huddersfield in midweek means they have managed two victories in 10 matches in all competitions.
Luton to beat Hull (15:00)
Third-bottom Hull were hammered 8-0 away to Wigan in midweek after being seven goals down by half-time.
Grant McCann has stayed in charge for this weekend’s game, despite his side having lost 15 of their last 19 games in all competitions.
Luton are only behind the Tigers on goal difference and can climb out of the relegation zone with a victory. They have only lost one of their last 10 matches.
Atalanta to beat Hellas Verona & over 3.5 goals (16:15)
Atalanta thumped Brescia 6-2 on Tuesday to gain two points on Serie A leaders Juventus and extend their unbeaten run to 13 matches in all competitions.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have won 11 of those matches, and are only the second side to take points away to Juventus this season following a 2-2 draw last weekend. They were only denied victory after conceding a stoppage-time penalty.
They are also the equal second-highest scorers in Europe’s top five leagues, having netted 93 goals – only Bayern Munich have scored more.
Verona lost 2-1 to Roma on Wednesday and are without a win in four with nothing to play for.
Burnley to beat Norwich (17:30)
Bottom-of-the-league Norwich’s relegation back to the Championship was confirmed last weekend following their seventh straight league defeat.
The Canaries were then beaten 1-0 by Chelsea in midweek and have taken three points in their last 11 matches.
Burnley drew 1-1 with Wolves in midweek and are unbeaten in their last six league games.
Sassuolo to beat Cagliari (18:30)
Sassuolo extended their unbeaten run to seven matches on Wednesday evening, following a 3-3 draw at home to Juventus.
Roberto De Zerbi’s side had taken the lead in the second half of that match before being pegged back, while they have also taken points off Lazio and Inter in this sequence.
Cagliari lost 3-0 to Sampdoria in midweek and are winless in five, having failed to score in their last four.
Middlesbrough v Cardiff (15:00)
BTTS has landed in both of Middlesbrough’s last two matches, a 3-1 defeat to Bristol City and 2-1 victory at Reading.
Boro have scored in five of Neil Warnock’s six matches in charge, and take on a side that needs to win in order to cement their position in the Championship’s top six.
Two of Cardiff’s last three matches have seen both teams score, while Neil Harris’ side have scored in 14 of his 16 away games in charge.
Milan v Bologna (20:45)
Five of Milan’s seven matches since the restart have seen both teams score, with their last three games finishing 4-2, 2-2 and 3-1.
Stefano Pioli’s side have scored 23 goals in their last 10 home matches.
Bologna have scored and conceded in all of their last six games, including a 2-1 win against Inter in this stadium a fortnight ago.
Kieffer Moore (Wigan) to score v Charlton (12:30)
Moore has scored 11 goals for club and country this season, including two in Wigan’s 8-0 rout of Hull on Tuesday.
Six of those goals have come away from home, while the Wales forward also ranks top for shots per game in the Latics’ squad.
Charlton have only kept three clean sheets in their last 12 games and come up against a side in fantastic form.
Chris Wood (Burnley) to score v Norwich (17:30)
Wood returned to Burnley’s starting XI with a goal from the penalty spot against Wolves on Wednesday.
He has scored 12 goals this season, ranking ninth for xG in the Premier League overall.
Norwich conceded four goals to West Ham striker Michail Antonio last week, and particularly struggle to defend the type of crosses that Wood will thrive on.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Milan) to score v Bologna (20:45)
Ibrahimovic has scored twice in five appearances since the Serie A restart, but could have had so many more.
The 38-year-old ranks third for shots per game and ninth for xG per minute (of players with 10+ appearances) this season. He had nine attempts on goal in Wednesday’s 3-1 win against Parma.
Bologna have conceded 25 goals in their last 12 away games, including two at Parma last time out on the road.
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