Tuesday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our best football tips into one bite-size betting preview for Tuesday's action England and across Europe. You can back the 27/1 five-fold.
Brentford to beat Newcastle (17:30)
Brentford are arguably a better team than Newcastle when both sides are at full strength, let alone when Steve Bruce’s side is much-changed from their Premier League XI.
Bruce’s side have only beaten Crystal Palace and West Brom in their last six, and several second-string players will feature here.
The Bees have won five of their last eight games, drawing the other three, and have already knocked out Southampton, West Brom and Fulham to reach this stage.
Under 2.5 goals in Grimsby v Bradford (19:00)
Under 2.5 goals has landed in five of Grimsby’s last six home games, including in all of the last three.
They host a Bradford side that have scored two goals in their last six league away matches.
Both this and the reverse fixture finished 1-1 last season, and a repeat would do the trick for us here.
Doncaster to beat Shrewsbury & under 4.5 goals (19:45)
Doncaster have won four consecutive matches, most recently winning 3-1 at Burton on Saturday.
Rovers have won six, drawn one and lost one of their last eight League One home games.
Shrewsbury have managed a couple of narrow 1-0 wins on the road recently, but are unlikely to take anything off an in-form side.
Cristiano Ronaldo to score and Juventus to beat Fiorentina (19:45)
Ronaldo has scored a brace in three of his last four Juventus matches, all of which Juve won.
This bet has also been a winner in six of the 35-year-old’s last eight appearances overall.
Fiorentina have conceded at least twice at Inter, Roma, Milan and Atalanta this season, and should be turned over again.
BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Real Valladolid v Barcelona (21:00)
Both teams have scored in six of Real Valladolid’s seven home matches this season, including a 3-2 win over Osasuna last time out.
They take on a mediocre Barcelona side that has failed to keep a clean sheet in four league away games.
Ronaldo Koeman’s side have scored and concede in six of their last nine La Liga matches.
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