Tenner On: Our writers battle for weekend profit
Armed with nothing but a £10 stake and their own judgement, the Insider editorial team battle to be crowned the week's top tipster.
Fulham, Blackburn and Lincoln all to win: £10 at 7/2*
Fulham are flying in the Championship and represent pretty good value against local rivals QPR, despite their midweek win over Aston Villa.
In League One, Blackburn should be able to hold off the chasing pack with a routine victory over mid-table Gillingham, while Lincoln couldn’t ask for a better time to play out-of-form Grimsby.
Frankfurt, AC Milan and Roma to win, Marseille v Lyon BTTS: £10 at 9/2*
Frankfurt are my Free Bet Club pick this week at home to a Mainz side that are really poor on the road.
Milan were terrible against Arsenal in the Europa League, but the Italians have won seven of their last nine games and should bounce back against Chievo.
Roma should also win comfortably against Crotone, who have lost six of their last eight home matches.
Marseille and Lyon are the joint-third highest scorers in Ligue 1, and I’m expecting a really good game with plenty of goals when they meet on Sunday.
Fulham, Wolves, Valencia and PSV all to win: £5 at 5/2*
Fulham should put the pressure on their promotion rivals with a lunchtime win over QPR, but I expect Wolves to respond with victory over Burton later in the day.
In Spain, Valencia have won five of their last six matches, while PSV have won 12 of their 13 home games in the Eredivisie.
Crystal Palace, Preston and Blackburn all to win: £5 at 9/1*
I strongly fancy Crystal Palace to win at Huddersfield with Wilfried Zaha back in the side.
Preston should become the latest side to do the business at the Stadium of Light, while Blackburn have won five of their last six matches.
Bournemouth and Southampton to win: £10 at 3/1*
Bournemouth are winless in four, but I fancy that sequence to end at home to West Brom, who have lost their last seven matches in all competitions.
Southampton to beat Wigan in the FA Cup is bit of a punt given their current form, but my big-club bias makes them too good to turn down at odds against.
The Saints have won three and drawn two of their last six away matches in all competitions, two of which were in this competition, while Mauricio Pellegrino not being the manager anymore probably improves their chances, too.
Peterborough and Shrewsbury both to win: £10 at 6/1*
A little double for me this week backing two League One teams whose prices to win away from home look too good to ignore.
Peterborough travel to Oxford on the back of three successive wins, so are in great to shape to beat an Oxford side that have lost seven of their last nine in all competitions.
Shrewsbury continue to stay in the hunt for automatic promotion having won four in a row away from home.
This weekend they travel to Scunthorpe, who have only won one of their last 11 matches.
*All odds subject to change.