Tuesday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Tuesday's matches.
Wigan to beat Hull (18:00)
Wigan have won seven of their last 10 Championship matches, including three consecutive victories at home since the restart.
Even with a 12-point deduction hanging over them, they managed to beat QPR at the DW Stadium and secure a decent 0-0 draw at Barnsley.
Hull have taken two points from their last eight away games.
Huddersfield to win or draw v Sheffield Wednesday & under 3.5 goals (19:45)
Huddersfield have kept consecutive clean sheets away from home, winning 3-0 at Birmingham and drawing 0-0 at Reading.
Even in their 2-0 home defeat to Luton on Friday they only conceded an xG of 0.6 (experimental361), so Sheffield Wednesday will find it difficult to score here.
Wednesday have won just one of their last 10 home league games, failing to score in five of them.
Luton to win or draw v QPR & under 3.5 goals (19:45)
Luton have lost one of their last six home games, and all five games in which they avoided defeat featured fewer than 3.5 goals.
That mirrors their overall record since the restart – with a bizarre 5-0 defeat to Reading the only blip in an impressive run that includes a 1-1 draw at Leeds and a 2-0 win at Huddersfield last time out.
QPR’s six matches since the restart have all produced three or fewer goals, and Mark Warburton’s side have lost five of them.
Christian Pulisic to score & Chelsea to beat Norwich (20:15)
In seemingly one of the most one-sided matches since the Premier League restart, this looks like a nice angle of attack.
Pulisic has scored three goals since play resumed, including one against Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.
He has every chance of getting in on a big score here, considering that relegated Norwich have lost two games 4-0 and another match 3-0 in a run of six consecutive league defeats since the restart.
Atalanta to beat Brescia & over 3.5 goals (20:45)
Atalanta were incredibly unlucky not to force their way into Serie A title contention last weekend, conceding two debatable handball penalties to Juventus in a 2-2 draw.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have won six consecutive home games, three of which have featured four or more goals.
Brescia have lost their last two away games 6-0 and 3-1, so this has every chance of tipping that balance.
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