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Football Betting: Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A tips

04 May | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A tips

Armed with nothing but a £10 stake and their own judgement, the Insider editorial team fight to be crowned the week's top tipster.


BTTS in Werder Bremen v Bayer Leverkusen, Crewe v Cheltenham and Mansfield v Crawley: £5 at 3/1*

Werder Bremen have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight matches, and that run should extend against the Bundesliga’s fourth-highest scorers, Bayer Leverkusen.

Both teams have scored in 11 of Crewe’s last 12 games, while 10 of Mansfield’s last 12 home matches have featured goals at both ends.

Gabriel Jesus, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Cristiano Ronaldo to score: £5 at 29/5*

After netting in four consecutive matches, Gabriel Jesus is in his best goalscoring form since signing for Manchester City.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored in every home Premier league start, bar against Man City, while Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 16 goals in eight league games.


Gabriel Jesus anytime goalscorer, Arsenal and Chelsea both to win: £10 at 5/1*

Gabriel Jesus has netted in each of his last four appearances, three of which have been in the Premier League. Manchester City should swat aside Huddersfield on Sunday, and it’s inconceivable that Jesus won’t score.

Arsene Wenger’s time at Arsenal has come to a sad, whimpering end, but their home form in the Premier League has been good this season, and his players will surely ensure the Frenchman’s final game at the Emirates ends in victory.

Chelsea’s response to going 2-0 down at Southampton last month has been superb. They won that match 3-2, and have claimed victories in their three subsequent matches. I fancy them to edge past Liverpool, who have unsurprisingly been distracted by their Champions League campaign.


Blackburn, Wigan, Forest Green and Fulham all to win: £10 at 15/2*

Blackburn and Wigan have been by far and away the best two sides in League One and should both finish their seasons with victories over Oxford and Doncaster respectively.

Forest Green have won seven of their last nine at home, so should close their campaign out with three points against a Grimsby side that has lost seven out of eight on the road.

Moving over to Sunday, Fulham have gone 23 games unbeaten and will leave Birmingham needing other results to go their way to ensure survival.


Borussia Dortmund, Lazio and Arsenal to win: £10 at 3/1*

Dortmund have won four home games in a row by an aggregate score of 11-2, and should have no trouble beating Mainz, who have won just once on their travels all season.

Lazio are in great form, with five wins and a draw from their last six Serie A games, and I trust them to beat an admittedly decent Atalanta side at the Stadio Olimpico.

Arsenal lost on Thursday night so they can focus fully on nailing down sixth place in the Premier League, and their phenomenal home record means they’re decent value to win Arsene Wenger’s last game at the Emirates Stadium against Burnley.


Scunthorpe, Shrewsbury and Barnet all to win and under 3.5 goals: £10 at 14/1*

Scunthorpe are heading into the play-offs in excellent form – winning their last four games either 1-0 or 2-0 – and ought to wrap up the regular season with another routine victory over a Bradford side whose season has petered out since January.

Twenty one of Shrewsbury’s 25 league wins this season have featured under 3.5 goals.

Expect them to sign off in a similar style against MK Dons, who are heading back to League Two after losing their last six in a row.

Finally, Barnet have won all three of their home games since Martin Allen’s return with under 3.5 goals in all of them.

They can give themselves every chance of staying up with another three points against Chesterfield, who have already been relegated with the worst away record in the division.

*Odds subject to change.

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