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.
Leicester, Aston Villa and Wolves all to win: £10 at 7/2*
Leicester have been strong at home this season, and should have won last week’s match with Stoke, so I fancy them to beat Bournemouth on Saturday.
And while the Championship will remain forever difficult to predict, Aston Villa and Wolves’ home matches against bottom-half opposition are on the easier end of the spectrum.
Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest and Southend all to win: £10 at 11/2*
Villa returned to winning ways last weekend to record their eighth victory in 10 league games.
They’re unbeaten at home in the Championship since November, and should have no trouble putting away a QPR side that were pumped 5-2 by Nottingham Forest last time out.
Forest can build on that result last week at home to Birmingham, who have lost their last four matches to nil.
Southend, meanwhile, are my Free Bet Club pick. They've won three out of three at home under Chris Powell and welcome woeful travellers Walsall this weekend.
Eintracht Frankfurt and Manchester City both to win, Juventus and AC Milan to win or draw: £10 at 4/1*
Frankfurt are my Free Bet Club pick this week against a Hannover side that are winless in nine away from home.
Manchester City have won 19 successive games at home and should beat Chelsea, who have lost three away games on the bounce.
There are some massive games in Italy this weekend, and I’ve backed two of Serie A’s form teams to avoid defeat.
Juventus have been on fire and should take at least a point from their trip to Lazio, while AC Milan’s fantastic defensive record means they should also get a good result against Inter.
Watford to win, Swansea v West Ham BTTS: £10 at 3/1*
As I wrote in Free Bet Club, Watford’s price is attractive at odds against.
The Hornets have beaten Chelsea and Everton to record back-to-back wins at Vicarage Road, while West Brom have lost their last five in all competitions.
Swansea have scored in six successive home matches. West Ham have netted in their last 11 in the Premier League.
*Odds subject to change