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Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 10 best football tips 19 07 20

17 Jul | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 10 best football tips 19 07 20

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

Will Rook, Jack Green and Adam Drury provide their football tips from Sunday’s action in the Premier League, Championship and across Europe.


Leeds to beat Derby (14:00)

This isn’t the biggest price, but is still worth backing.

Leeds have won 10 of their last 12 league games, enough to see them secure promotion to the Premier League.

Derby’s 2-1 defeat to Cardiff was their third on the trot and their slim play-off hopes are now almost non-existent.

Tottenham to beat Leicester (16:00)

Tottenham beat Newcastle 3-1 on the road on Wednesday and, back at home, look a big price to add another victory.

Spurs have won three on the bounce at their own ground, most recently beating Arsenal 2-1 last weekend.

Leicester are currently on a seven-match winless run away from home and were thumped 4-1 by strugglers Bournemouth last Sunday.

Sampdoria to beat Parma (16:15)

Parma have nothing to play for and their recent results are showing that.

Roberto D’Aversa’s side lost 3-1 to AC Milan on Wednesday and have picked up one point in their last six league games.

Sampdoria’s 3-0 victory over Cagliari in midweek was their fourth in five matches, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against in-form Atalanta.


AFC Bournemouth v Southampton (14:00)

Bournemouth almost earned a draw in their 2-1 defeat at Manchester City on Wednesday night, and Eddie Howe’s side have now scored in four of their last five matches.

That run includes a 4-1 win over Leicester and a 5-2 defeat to Manchester United.

Expect more goals when they face Southampton, who have scored in five consecutive games, keeping just one clean sheet in the process.

Parma v Sampdoria (16:15)

Parma are on a run of eight successive games in which BTTS has landed.

They’ve conceded at least twice in each of their last six games, including a 3-1 defeat to AC Milan on Wednesday night.

They now host Sampdoria, who put three past three of their last four opponents and have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last seven away games.

Fiorentina v Torino (18:30)

Fiorentina beat Lecce 3-1 on Wednesday night, meaning there have now been goals at both ends in six of their seven matches since Serie A resumed in June.

BTTS has landed in five of La Viola’s last six home matches, while Torino have both scored and conceded in each of their last four games on the road.

The visitors have found the net in nine consecutive games, including putting three goals past both Genoa and Brescia within the past fortnight.


Southampton to win or draw v Bournemouth & over 1.5 goals (14:00)

Only Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea have picked up more points away from home than Southampton in the Premier League this season.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side have avoided defeat in eight of their last 10 on the road, winning six of them, with all of those matches featuring more than one goal. That sequence includes victories against Aston Villa, Norwich and Watford.

Bournemouth looked set for another defeat before taking advantage of a remarkable Leicester capitulation in their last home match. That was their only victory in 11.

Torino to win or draw v Fiorentina & over 1.5 goals (16:30)

Torino have lost six straight league games, but four of them have come against teams in the top seven of Serie A.

They have won two of their last three games overall, scoring three goals in both, while striker Andrea Belotti has netted in seven consecutive matches.

Fiorentina are without a win in seven home games, five of which have come against teams outside the top seven.


Andrea Belotti (Torino) to score v Fiorentina (18:30)

Belotti has scored in seven consecutive matches, including goals against Lazio, Juventus and Inter.

He ranks 14th for shots per game this season, and second for xG since the restart.

Fiorentina have kept four clean sheets in 15 home games, only keeping out Cagliari in their last six at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.

Lautaro Martinez (Inter) to score v Roma (20:45)

Martinez has struggled since the restart, but did end his goal drought against Torino last Monday.

The 22-year-old ranks second for shots per game and sixth for xG across this Serie A campaign, so should find the net more regularly soon.

Roma have kept two clean sheets in 12 home games, including none in their last four.

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