We've compiled our best football tips from Saturday's matches across Europe's top divisions into a 140/1 five-fold.
Newcastle to beat Leeds & under 3.5 goals (12:30)
Leeds dropped into the bottom three last weekend following their 2-1 defeat at Manchester City.
They have taken one point from their last six games and another loss looks likely here. The manner of their defeat at the Etihad, though, suggests the arrival of Sam Allardyce has helped shore up their defence.
Newcastle have won eight of their last 10 league games, despite losing 2-0 to Arsenal last weekend.
Freiburg to beat Union Berlin (14:30)
Union Berlin have won three of their last 13 matches in all competitions as their form has deserted them at the wrong time.
That run of results has seen Urs Fischer’s side knocked out of the Europa League and DFB Pokal, with goal difference now the only thing keeping them in the Bundesliga top four.
Fifth-placed Freiburg will overtake their hosts with a victory here and, given that they have won three of their last four, they look an enticing price to do so.
Harry Kane to score v Aston Villa (15:00)
Harry Kane is in great form despite Tottenham’s inconsistent season, scoring 10 goals in his last 11 matches for club and country.
Kane has only failed to score on two occasions in that sequence, while he has bagged 28 in all competitions for Spurs this season.
Aston Villa come into this having lost back-to-back matches and with one victory in their last four, so aren’t in the best shape.
Fulham to beat Southampton (15:00)
Fulham returned to winning ways last weekend with a 5-3 victory over third-bottom Leicester, opening a six-point gap between themselves and the bottom half.
Marco Silva’s side have won five games out of five against teams currently in the bottom three and will relegate Southampton with another victory.
The Saints have lost seven and drawn three of their last 10 matches, and look as good as down.
Luton to beat Sunderland (17:30)
Luton come into the Championship play-offs having finished third in the table and on the back of a 14-game unbeaten run.
Rob Edwards’ side are a better outfit than their hosts and look a great price to take advantage of Sunderland’s defensive injury crisis.
The Black Cats’ makeshift defence has included utility player Luke O’Nien and winger Patrick Roberts in recent weeks, and they will be missing at least four first-team defenders.
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