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, including the Championship finale.
Napoli to beat Parma & over 1.5 goals (18:30)
Napoli have won eight of their last 11 Serie A matches, six of which have featured at least two goals.
Gennaro Gattuso’s side have scored twice in four of their last five games.
This bet has landed in six of Parma’s last seven matches, with a 2-2 draw against Bologna the only exception.
Leeds to beat Charlton (19:30)
Leeds have less to play for than Charlton in this game, so their price to win is much longer than it usually would be.
But despite having already wrapped up promotion and the Championship title, Marcelo Bielsa’s side proved that they are not going to ease off by beating Derby 3-1 on Sunday.
Despite the fact that they need to win to guarantee their Championship survival, Charlton’s run of 10 defeats in 15 away games can’t be ignored.
Swansea to beat Reading & under 4.5 goals (19:30)
Swansea have won three of their last five matches, with the only exceptions a 1-0 defeat to Leeds and respectable 2-2 draw at Nottingham Forest.
Mark Cooper’s side have won both of their away matches against bottom-half opposition since the restart, with under 4.5 goals also landing in both.
Reading are without a win in four games at the Madejski Stadium since football resumed. None of those games have produced more than four goals.
Liverpool to beat Chelsea (20:15)
Liverpool were unfortunate not to earn at least a point from last Wednesday’s defeat to Arsenal and are a nice bet to put it right here.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have still won all but one of their league games at Anfield this season and should be determined to crown the night on which they will lift the Premier League trophy with a victory.
Chelsea have conceded at least twice in five of their last six league away games, and will surely lose if that record is maintained here.
Fabio Quagliarella (Sampdoria) to score v Genoa (20:45)
Quagliarella has returned from injury with two goals in two starts in the last 10 days.
He could have scored even more against Parma on Sunday – taking seven shots on goal – and has scored 12 goals overall this season.
Genoa have the third-worst defensive record away from home in Serie A this season, conceding at least twice in all of their last three on the road.
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