Wednesday 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 Wednesday's matches.
Will Rook provides his football tips from Wednesday's action in the Premier League, Championship and Serie A.
Brentford to beat Preston (17:00)
Brentford are a winning machine at the moment.
The third-placed Bees haven’t dropped a point in any of their last seven league games, conceding only two goals in the process.
Preston’s 1-1 draw at home to play-off chasers Nottingham Forest means they have managed just one win in their last nine matches.
BTTS: No in Burnley v Wolves (18:00)
No Premier League side has been involved in fewer BTTS games than Burnley this season, with both teams netting in just 13 of their 35 matches.
Sean Dyche’s side also have an average goals-per-game ratio of just 1.11 – the lowest inside the top 12.
None of Wolves’ six matches since the restart have seen both teams socre.
Newcastle to win or draw v Tottenham (18:00)
Tottenham continued their decent home form with a 2-1 win in the north London derby last weekend, but their away record remains lousy.
Spurs were held to a goalless draw by strugglers Bournemouth and didn’t even register a shot on target last time out on the road, while they have won one in 11 in all competitions away from home.
Newcastle have lost back-to-back games against Watford and Manchester City, but are unbeaten in six league games at St James’ Park.
Ante Rebic (AC Milan) to score v Parma (18:30)
On-loan Rebic is AC Milan’s top scorer this season, with 11 goals in all competitions.
The Croatian has scored eight of those in his last 12 appearances for the club, including four since the restart.
He has bagged in each of his last four appearances at the Giuseppe Meazza – a run that includes two goals in the league and cup against Juventus – while Parma haven’t kept a clean sheet in eight.
Liverpool to beat Arsenal & over 1.5 goals (20:15)
Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Burnley on Saturday, but – while it’s true that they have eased off since their title victory was confirmed – it’s hard to ignore this at an odds-against price.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have won 30 out of 35 league games this season, including three of their last five, and beat Arsenal 3-1 in the reverse fixture in August.
There have also been two or more goals in each of these sides’ last five matches.
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