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Saturday Betting Guide: Our writers’ best football tips 01 05 21

30 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Saturday Betting Guide: Our writers’ best football tips 01 05 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, Championship, League One, League Two and across Europe.

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Norwich to beat Reading (15:00) {ODDS:722216702:13/20}

Championship leaders Norwich recovered from back-to-back defeats to beat QPR 3-1 last weekend.

The Canaries have already been promoted to the Premier League, but have won 12 of their last 16 and will secure the title with another three points.

Reading’s play-off hopes were ended by a 2-2 draw with Swansea last week, while they have won one in nine.

Swansea to beat Derby (15:00) {ODDS:722215213:7/5}

Swansea were a stoppage-time goal away from taking three points away to Reading last Sunday and look a chunky price to get a win here.

They host a Derby side who are just four points above the relegation zone and have lost five on the spin.

The Rams have earned one point in their last eight away games, so look unlikely to confirm their survival on Saturday.

Tranmere to beat Forest Green (15:00) {ODDS:724015550:7/4}

Forest Green dropped out of the League Two play-off places following a 2-0 defeat to 20th-placed Barrow.

That was a sixth loss in 10 matches for the managerless promotion chasers, who have won just once in that sequence.

Tranmere have won back-to-back games and need another victory to keep their automatic promotion hopes alive.

Maidenhead to beat King’s Lynn (15:00) {ODDS:724515766:1/1}

King’s Lynn were thumped 4-0 by Stockport in midweek and have earned one point in their last six games.

The Linnets are four points from safety in the National League and have won two of their last 16.

Mid-table Maidenhead lost 1-0 to Weymouth on Tuesday but had won back-to-back games prior to that, including a 6-0 thrashing of Wealdstone last time out on the road.

Chelsea to beat Fulham (17:30) {ODDS:718096191:9/20}

With seven points to make up on Newcastle in five games, Fulham look as good as down.

The Cottagers have taken one point from their last five league matches and lost the reverse fixture 1-0 in January.

Chelsea have lost one league game in 14 and taken seven points from their last three.


Mansfield v Oldham (15:00) {ODDS:724015822:4/5}

Oldham have scored and conceded in six of their last eight matches, including 4-1, 5-3 and 4-3 scorelines.

Remarkably, the Latics have both scored and conceded the most goals in League Two this season.

Mansfield have scored in six of their last eight home games.

PSG v Lens (16:00) {ODDS:718965311:5/6}

BTTS has landed in five of PSG’s last six Ligue 1 games, with their last three ending 4-1, 3-2 and 3-1.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side have kept two clean sheets in 10 at Le Parc des Princes.

Lens have scored and conceded in 12 consecutive matches, including against Lyon.

Crotone v Inter Milan (17:00) {ODDS:719048704:31/40}

Crotone have scored and conceded in eight of their last nine games, including a 5-1, two 4-3s, a 4-2 and three 3-2s.

They have netted at home to Juventus, Atalanta and Roma already this season.

BTTS has landed in four of Inter’s last five away games.


Leeds to win or draw v Brighton & under 4.5 goals (15:00) {ODDS:721985761:5/4}

Leeds have secured consecutive away wins at Fulham and Manchester City and are unbeaten in six matches.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side are still in the hunt for Europa League qualification and take on a side that have consistently failed to pick up wins at home.

Brighton will surely come good at some stage, but they have only won two of their 16 home league matches this season so hardly inspire much faith here.


Conor McAleny (Oldham) to score v Mansfield (15:00) {ODDS:724184535:11/5}

McAleny has scored 21 goals this season, including five in his last five matches.

The 28-year-old ranks second for shots per game in League Two and plays for the highest scorers in the division.

Mansfield have only kept three clean sheets in 11 home matches.

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