5 football tips for Tuesday's fixtures
Back our 19/1 five-fold, made up of football tips from midweek games in the Champions League, Championship and League One.
Liverpool to beat Porto
Liverpool have won 17 of their 21 matches in all competitions at Anfield this season, including three out of four in the Champions League.
The Reds hammered Porto 5-0 in the last-16 first leg last season and come into this having won each of their last five matches in all competitions.
Porto were held to a 1-1 draw at Braga last week and were beaten 2-1 away to Roma in the first leg of their last-16 tie, so are vulnerable on the road.
Manchester City to beat Tottenham
Manchester City’s 1-0 victory over Brighton in the FA Cup semi-final was their 13th in 14 matches in all competitions.
City have only failed to win two of their last 23 matches, while they have beaten Tottenham 10 times in their last 15 meetings, including their last three in a row.
Tottenham beat Crystal Palace last time out in the opening match at their new stadium, but that was only their second victory in seven matches.
Leeds to beat Preston
Leeds dropped back down to third in the Championship table on Saturday after a 1-0 defeat at Birmingham, despite matching their hosts’ xG of 1.1 (experimental361) and having 73 per cent of the ball.
United have still won four of their last six league games and, at odds-against, are worth backing to beat an out-of-form Preston side that have fallen out of the play-off race.
North End were beaten 1-0 by second-placed Sheffield United at the weekend and have lost back-to-back matches, leaving them five points behind sixth.
Sunderland to beat Burton
Sunderland went level on points with second-placed Barnsley at the weekend as they won 2-1 away to struggling Rochdale.
The Black Cats are now unbeaten in their last 18 league games and are one of three sides in League One that are yet to lose at home this season.
Burton have won just three of their last 11 away games in the league.
Charlton to beat Wycombe
Wycombe’s 3-2 defeat at home to Portsmouth last weekend means they have picked up just one point in their last nine matches.
That run has seen the Chairboys slide from mid-table to within just one point of the relegation zone, so a visit from promotion-chasing Charlton is the last thing they need.
The Addicks won 2-0 away to Plymouth last Saturday and have also beaten relegation candidates Wimbledon and Bradford in a nine-match unbeaten run.
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