Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and an anytime goalscorer, into one bite-size betting preview.
Sheffield Wednesday to win or draw v Bristol City & under 3.5 (13:00)
Sheffield Wednesday are consistently decent on the road, avoiding defeat in three away games so far this season and in 10 of their last 15 overall.
There have been more than four goals in just one of those 10 games that they have not lost.
Bristol City have started the season with two wins, but ended last season with just one win from their last seven at Ashton Gate. That run included a 2-1 defeat in this fixture.
Lincoln to win or draw v Charlton & over 1.5 goals (15:00)
This bet has landed in all of Lincoln’s five matches so far this season.
Michael Appleton’s side have won four of their five matches, including a 2-0 win against likely promotion contenders Oxford on the opening weekend.
Charlton were well beaten by Doncaster at The Valley last weekend and lost 3-0 at West Ham on Tuesday.
BTTS in Bournemouth v Norwich (16:00)
BTTS has landed in three of the four Championship matches involving these teams so far this season.
Both teams have impressed going forward, with Teemu Pukki and Dominic Solanke both scoring last time out.
Bournemouth’s only home game of this season finished 3-2, and something similar is likely here.
Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) to score v Leicester (16:30)
This could be the season in which De Bruyne's goalscoring catches up with his creativity.
He is now Manchester City's main penalty-taker, scoring from the spot against Wolves on Monday night.
The Belgian also finished last season with a least one goal in five of his last eight home games.
Cristiano Ronaldo to score v Roma (19:45)
Ronaldo fired off an extraordinary 10 shots in last week’s game against Sampdoria, scoring with two of them.
He has now netted in 11 of his last 14 matches for club and country, and scored in both of his appearances against Roma last season.
At close to evens, he has to be worth a bet.
*Odds subject to change.
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