We've compiled our best football tips from Sunday's matches across Europe into a 100/1 five-fold.
Guy Giles provides his football tips from Sunday’s action from across Europe.
Celta Vigo to beat Valencia & under 3.5 goals (13:00)
Celta have been struggling of late, losing four of their last five games in the league, but their home record remains solid with just five losses in 16 league games all year.
They now face a Valencia side fighting hard for survival, with two wins and a draw in their last four matches. Los Che have an atrocious away record, however, losing eight of their last nine on the road, including five of six under Ruben Baraja.
There have been three goals or fewer in all but two of Celta’s home matches this season, and in all but two of Valencia’s away games.
Brentford to beat West Ham (14:00)
Brentford have consolidated their Premier League status with a stellar campaign this season, and look set to finish in the top half of the top flight for the first time since 1938.
A big reason for that has been their home form, with just two league losses at the Brentford Community Stadium all season, with both coming against teams in the top four.
The Bees should beat West Ham, who will be focusing their efforts on the Europa Conference League.
Atletico Madrid to beat Elche to nil (15:15)
Elche’s relegation to La Liga 2 was confirmed following a 2-1 defeat by Almeria in their last match, but in truth their fate has been sealed for a long time with just three wins all season.
They have lost seven of their last eight matches, including five losses to nil, with two of those coming at home.
Atletico Madrid aren’t going to catch Barcelona for the La Liga title, with a second-placed finish ahead of rivals Real the only thing left to play for this season. They have won five of their last seven on the road, including three with a clean sheet.
RB Leipzig to beat Werder Bremen & BTTS (16:30)
Leipzig are finishing the season strongly, winning six of their last seven matches to edge closer to a Champions League berth and progress to a second successive DFB Pokal final.
At home, they have won five of their last six, and should beat a Bremen side who have just one win in nine.
Bremen should be good for a goal, though, with BTTS landing in their last nine straight overall, and five straight on the road.
Bologna to beat Roma (17:00)
Bologna are without a win in five, but this looks like a great opportunity to end that run.
Thiago Motta’s side have lost just three times at home all season. In their last five at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara, they’ve drawn against Juventus, Milan, and Lazio, and beaten Inter and Udinese.
As well as having a Europa League semi-final to contend with, Roma have just one win in their last 10 away games in all competitions.
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