Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Sunday's matches.
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Leicester to beat Leeds (14:00)
Leicester have won seven of their last 10 home games, including 2-0 wins over Southampton and Chelsea in their last two.
The Foxes had much the better of Wednesday’s 1-1 draw with Everton, suggesting that they have more than enough to cope with the absence of Jamie Vardy.
Leeds edged to victory over a poor Newcastle side on Tuesday, but had previously lost three straight matches to nil.
Atalanta to win or draw v Lazio & over 2.5 goals (14:00)
Eight of Atalanta’s last 10 matches have seen them avoid defeat in games that have featured over 2.5 goals.
That run includes a Coppa Italia tie between these sides that the hosts won 3-2 on Wednesday, and last week’s 3-0 win at Milan.
Prior to that cup defeat, Lazio’s only away two away games at top-half sides have ended in 3-0 and 3-2 defeats.
Sassuolo to win or draw & BTTS v Cagliari (14:00)
Sassuolo have lost three consecutive away games, but they have been at Atalanta, Juventus and Lazio.
Roberto De Zerbi’s side have scored in all of those defeats and were previously unbeaten in seven away matches this season.
Cagliari haven’t won any of their last six home games, but have scored in five of them.
Ajax to win or draw v AZ Alkmaar & over 2.5 goals (15:45)
Ajax’s only away defeat in 10 was at Liverpool, with over 2.5 goals landing in eight of the nine unbeaten matches.
Erik ten Haag’s side have only lost two of their 19 Eredivisie matches overall this season, and are comfortably the top scorers in the division.
AZ Alkmaar have only won three of their last six league games, with over 2.5 goals landing in four of them.
Wolfsburg to beat Freiburg (17:00)
Wolfsburg had won six consecutive home matches before a respectable 2-2 draw with RB Leipzig a fortnight ago.
Oliver Glasner’s side have also beaten Mainz and Bayer Leverkusen on the road in the last week.
Freiburg have only won two of their last eight away games, including four defeats.
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