SNF: 5 football tips for Saturday evening's matches
Back our 26/1 accumulator that features football tips from the Eredivisie, Swiss Super League, Serie A, Premier League and La Liga.
PSV -1 v Vitesse (17:30)
PSV are top of the Eredivisie with 10 wins from 10 games, and they should extend that perfect streak with a comfortable victory at home to Vitesse.
The champions have won their five league games at home by an aggregate score of 23-1, including a 6-0 win to Emmen last time out.
Vitesse have lost their last two away games in the league and will be unable to keep this one close.
Young Boys to beat Grasshopper Zurich (18:00)
Young Boys are top of the Swiss Super League, having won 10 of their opening 12 games.
They have dropped just two points in a five-game unbeaten run away from home and should ease past second-bottom Grasshopper.
The hosts were beaten 3-1 by Basel in their last home game and have won just one of their last five.
Juventus to win to nil against Cagliari (19:30)
Cagliari have lost to nil in three of their five league away matches this season, and their fortunes are hardly likely to improve at Juventus.
The Serie A leaders have won three of their six home matches to nil in all competitions this term, not conceding more than once in a match since the opening game of the season.
Max Allegri said his team became complacent when leading Genoa 1-0 in their last home match, so don’t expect them to make the same mistake again.
Tottenham to beat Wolves (19:45)
Tottenham’s performances have been improving in the last couple of weeks, so back them to secure an important away win at Wolves.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side had won four consecutive matches before their 1-0 defeat to Manchester City on Monday, and they bounced back from that result with a 3-1 win at West Ham in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.
Wolves have lost their last two matches without scoring, so backing Spurs at odds against is worthwhile.
Barcelona to beat Rayo Vallecano and BTTS (19:45)
Barcelona proved they can win without Lionel Messi by battering Real Madrid 5-1 last weekend, so a trip to 19th-placed Rayo Vallecano shouldn’t be much of a test.
The Catalans have struggled in defence this season, though, having both scored and conceded in each of their last eight league games.
Vallecano have scored in six of their last seven matches, but it’s hard to see them avoiding defeat given that they’ve lost six and drawn three of their 10 La Liga games.
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