SNF: 5 football tips for Saturday evening's matches
Fund your night out with this five-fold, which features football betting tips from the Premier League, Championship, Ligue 1, La Liga, and Eredivisie.
Liverpool (-1) to beat Brighton (17:30)
Liverpool picked up where they left off last season with an opening-weekend 4-0 win over West Ham.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have won six of their last seven home league games by more than one goal. That sequences includes a 3-0, two 4-0s, a 4-1 and a 5-0, with Mohamed Salah scoring in all of them.
Brighton lost 2-0 at Watford in their only away game so far, and lost five of their six away games at top-six opposition by at least two last term.
Nottingham Forest to beat Birmingham (17:30)
Birmingham have started the season with two draws and three defeats in all competitions and are yet to pick up a point away.
The Blues had the second-worst away record in the Championship last season, winning just three of their 23 matches on the road, and lost 1-0 at unfancied Bolton in midweek.
Big-spending Nottingham Forest have made an unbeaten start and have earned four points from two homes games against West Brom and Reading.
Olympique Nimes to win or draw v Toulouse (19:00)
Nimes have been enjoying life back in Ligue 1 so far.
Saturday’s visitors have won both of their opening two games, with last week’s 3-1 victory over Marseille particularly impressive.
Toulouse were hammered 4-0 by the same opponent on the opening day, and could only edge past crisis-club Bordeaux last week.
Atletico Madrid to beat Rayo Vallecano to nil (19:15)
Atletico Madrid have won 55 of their 58 home games against bottom-half sides since Diego Simeone took charge and have kept a clean sheet in 41 of those victories.
Atleti finished last season with the second-best home record in La Liga behind Barcelona, with just one defeat and eight goals conceded in 19 league games at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Rayo Vallecano were hammered 4-1 at home to Sevilla last weekend and lost back-to-back away games in the Segunda at the end of last season.
PSV to beat PEC Zwolle (19:45)
After claiming three points in both of their opening two matches, PSV have now won 15 of their last 20 Eredivisie games.
And having beaten PEC Zwolle on seven consecutive occasions, there is little doubt that their winning streak will extend on Saturday.
Zwolle have suffered two defeats from two so far, and won just one of their last seven home league games.
*Odds subject to change.
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