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Saturday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 10 best football tips 30 01 21

29 Jan | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Saturday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 10 best football tips 30 01 21

We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview.

Will Rook and Adam Drury provide their football tips for Saturday’s matches in the Premier League, EFL, Serie A, Ligue 1 and La Liga.

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AC Milan to beat Bologna (14:00) {ODDS:670252059:5/6}

AC Milan come into this after back-to-back defeats, but look a good price to put that right given their impressive away record.

The Rossoneri have dropped two points in nine matches away from the San Siro and are the only side in Serie A yet to lose on the road.

They have won five of their last seven league games and can get the better of a Bologna side with one victory in 10.

Brentford to beat Wycombe (15:00) {ODDS:672587171:7/20}

Fourth plays bottom here, so this pick isn’t rocket science.

Brentford are unbeaten in their last 17 league games and have won four of their last six at home.

Wycombe have lost three straight away games and taken five points from 11 matches.

Bradford to beat Barrow (15:00) {ODDS:672586493:13/10}

Bradford beat Southend 3-1 in midweek and look like a different side under interim managerial duo Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars.

The Bantams have won four and drawn three since the pair took over from Stuart McCall in the dugout, more than doubling their points tally for the season.

Barrow have lost five of their last seven away games in the league and have taken just seven points on the road overall.

Mansfield to beat Walsall (15:00) {ODDS:672594120:7/4}

Mansfield have taken 16 points from their last available 18 in League Two – more than any other side in the division.

The Stags come into this match on the back of a five-match winning streak, which includes three away games.

Walsall have earned one point in their last three at the Bescot Stadium, while their only victory in six came against out-of-form Port Vale last time out.

Lens to beat Montpellier (16:00) {ODDS:670165554:8/5}

Montpellier were thumped 4-0 at Paris Saint-Germain last weekend, extending their winless run to seven matches.

Michel Der Zakarian’s side have taken just two points in that period and are without a victory in five at home.

Lens have won four of their last seven away games in Ligue 1, including victories over top-six sides Marseille, Monaco and Stade Rennes.


Plymouth v Accrington Stanley (15:00) {ODDS:672594677:13/20}

Only two teams have scored more home goals than Plymouth this season, with Argyle netting in all but one of their 17 matches at Home Park in all competitions.

Ryan Lowe’s side also have the fifth-worst defensive record in the division, though, and BTTS has landed in four of their last six league outings.

Accrington have scored at least twice in five of their last six league away games, with the only exception at second-placed Hull.

BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Real Madrid v Levante (15:15) {ODDS:672731240:19/20}

Real Madrid have scored in all of their last 10 home games, so adding to that tally here should be a gimme.

They play Levante, for whom BTTS & over 2.5 goals has landed in eight of 10 games.

The visitors’ last three matches have finished 2-2, 2-2 and 4-2.

Sampdoria v Juventus (17:00) {ODDS:670255301:8/11}

Juventus have scored at least three goals in five of their last eight matches, only failing to score at all away at Inter.

The Serie A champion’s have seen BTTS land in eight of their 12 away matches this season.

Both teams have scored in Sampdoria’s last eight home matches, including against Inter and Milan.


Raheem Sterling (Man City) to score v Sheffield United (15:00) {ODDS:673514934:1/1}

Sterling’s goal at West Brom on Wednesday was reminiscent of those that he was scoring when he and his side were at their best – a seemingly simple tap-in after a fine team move.

An in-form City should create more chances for him like that one here, considering that they have scored 17 goals in six league games.

Sterling is joint-top for shots per game of the players available to Pep Guardiola.

Mallik Wilks (Hull) to score v Swindon (15:00) {ODDS:674468901:6/5}

Wilks has scored in all of Hull’s last three home games, with only seven players having scored more League One goals than him this season.

The forward ranks third for shots per game in the division, while his side have scored at a rate of two goals per game in January.

Swindon have conceded at least twice in seven straight matches and have the second-worst defensive record in the league overall.

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