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Football Betting: Premier League, Bundesliga, EFL tips

15 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Premier League, Bundesliga, EFL tips

Earn £10 in free bets every week by opting in and staking £25 or more on multiples. Here are our writers' best bets of the weekend to start you off.

Lincoln to beat Grimsby – {ODDS:250366724:3/4}

Grimsby are currently on the longest winless run in the Football League, having gone 16 games since their last victory.

Lincoln were beaten by Crewe in their last home game, but had won eight of their previous 11 at Sincil Bank.

– Will Rook

Eintracht Frankfurt to beat Mainz – {ODDS:247203235:13/20}

Frankfurt lost 3-2 away at Dortmund last season but should fare better this weekend at home, where they’ve won five on the bounce and are unbeaten in seven.

Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich are the only sides to win in Frankfurt since September, and Mainz – who have won just once away this term – have little chance of getting a result.

– Jack Green

Bournemouth to beat West Brom – {ODDS:247139088:10/11}

Bournemouth are winless in four, but that shouldn’t matter against this hopeless West Brom side.

Alan Pardew’s men have lost their last seven matches in all competitions and been beaten in six of the eight Premier League away games the former Crystal Palace boss has taken charge of.

– Tom Bowles

Wolves (-1) to beat Burton – {ODDS:250354896:3/4}

Wolves returned to form with a 3-0 win over Reading on Saturday, and they should have things equally easy in this game.

Burton lost 2-0 at Sheffield United on the same night to make it four matches without a goal, and lost the reverse fixture 4-0 in September.

– Adam Drury

Peterborough to beat Oxford – {ODDS:250360973:7/5}

Peterborough’s last-minute victory over Bury in midweek was their third win in a row.

They can continue that run away to Oxford, who have lost seven of their last nine in all competitions and three on the spin at home

– Tom Clee

*Odds subject to change.