Saturday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for the FA Cup final and across Europe.
Will Rook provides his football tips from Saturday's action in the FA Cup final, Serie A and the Scottish Premiership.
BTTS: No in Rangers v Aberdeen (12:30)
No Scottish Premiership team was involved in fewer BTTS matches than Rangers last season.
Both teams scored in just 12 of their 29 league games, while they signed off with a run of three straight matches in which this bet would have landed.
Aberdeen weren’t much better, with a BTTS ratio of just 50 per cent, while it ended in a goalless draw when these sides previously met in February.
Chelsea to beat Arsenal (17:30)
Chelsea are coming into the FA Cup final on the back of 10 victories in their last 13 matches in all competitions.
Frank Lampard’s side also took four points from their two games against Arsenal in the league this season.
The Gunners were hammered 4-1 when these sides last met in a cup final in the Europa League last term, while they looked unconvincing in their 3-2 victory over Watford on the final day of the season.
Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) to score v Arsenal (17:30)
Giroud is a Wembley specialist, having won 12 cup games out of 12 at the national stadium.
The Frenchman has scored five goals in those matches and looks a decent price to get another against his former side.
He has netted six times in his last seven appearances in all competitions, including four in his last four matches.
AC Milan to beat Cagliari & BTTS (19:45)
AC Milan’s 4-1 victory over Sampdoria on Wednesday was their 12th straight game in all competitions without defeat, eight of which have been victories.
BTTS has landed in each of the Rossoneri’s last seven games, while they haven’t failed to score in any of their last 19 league games – a run that stretches back to January.
Cagliari’s only away victory in 14 came against bottom-of-the-league SPAL in June.
Juventus to beat Roma (19:45)
This is a massive price for Juventus to win a home game, despite their recent drop off.
Maurizio Sarri’s side have won 16 and drawn two of their home games this season, and haven’t lost a domestic game at their own ground since April 2018.
Roma are in great form, having dropped two points in their last seven matches, but the value is with the hosts here.
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