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Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 5 best football tips 19 09 21

16 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 5 best football tips 19 09 21

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

Adam Drury provides his football tips from Sunday’s action in the Premier League and across Europe.

Brighton to win or draw v Leicester & under 3.5 goals (14:00)

Brighton have won four of their five games so far this season, with under 3.5 goals in all of them.

They have kept three clean sheets in that time, and only seven teams have conceded fewer shots.

Leicester have been mediocre this term, only scraping one-goal wins against Wolves and Norwich and ranking in the bottom three for xPoints.

Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) to score v West Ham (14:00)

Ronaldo has made a fantastic start to life back at Manchester United, scoring three goals in two games.

He racked up six shots against Newcastle last weekend and was the only United player to manage any (two, including one goal) against Young Boys on Tuesday.

West Ham have kept one clean sheet in seven home matches, so are bound to offer up chances to Ronaldo.

Over 2.5 goals in Clermont Foot v Brest (14:00)

Clermont’s last three matches have finished 3-3, 2-2 and 4-0.

They rank second for xG in Ligue 1, but have given away the third-highest xG against.

They take on Stade Brest, who have scored in all five of their matches so far.

Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) to score v Tottenham (16:30)

Lukaku has made an impressive start to his second Chelsea career, scoring four goals in four appearances for the Blues.

Taking into account international football, he has netted six goals in his last four games.

He can score against Spurs, who are badly struggling with injuries in defence and shipped three goals at Crystal Palace last week.

Erling Haaland to score and Borussia Dortmund to beat Union Berlin (16:30)

Haaland has netted nine goals in his last six matches for club and country, with all but one of them ending in victory.

He ranks second only to Robert Lewandowski for goals and xG in the Bundesliga so far this season, far clear of third place in both metrics.

Dortmund have won seven of their last eight home games, with the only exception coming against Bayern Munich.

*Odds subject to change.

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