Just The Tips: Our 10 best football tips for this weekend
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win, BTTS and anytime goalscorers, into one bite-size weekend betting preview.
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1. Wolves to beat Burnley (15:00)
Burnley have suffered four straight defeats in the Premier League – a run that has left them just one place and two points above the relegation zone.
The Clarets lost 2-1 to Leicester at Turf Moor before the international break, despite the visitors having Harry Maguire sent off after four minutes, while only Fulham, Crystal Palace and Huddersfield have worse home records this season.
Wolves followed a 1-1 draw at Chelsea with a 2-1 victory over Manchester United in the FA Cup last time out and have lost just one of their last 12 matches in all competitions
2. BTTS in Leicester v Bournemouth (15:00)
Brendan Rodgers’ three matches in charge of Leicester have finished 2-1, 3-1 and 1-2, so BTTS looks a safe bet for the visit of Bournemouth.
The Foxes have scored in all but one of their last 12 games overall and are without a clean sheet in 11.
Bournemouth had conceded at least twice in six consecutive away games prior to their 2-0 win at Huddersfield three weeks ago, so they are unlikely to keep a clean sheet here.
The form of Callum Wilson and Josh King in attack should ensure that they score themselves.
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3. Michy Batshuayi (Crystal Palace) to score v Huddersfield (15:00)
Batshuayi has three goals in his last five Crystal Palace appearances and continued his good form during the international break by netting for Belgium against Russia.
The Chelsea loanee ranks ninth for shots per game of all Premier League players this season, which bodes well for Saturday’s game against a Huddersfield side in dreadful nick defensively.
The Terriers have shipped 16 goals in their last seven games, including four at West Ham as they capitulated to defeat last time out.
4. Tranmere to beat Carlisle (15:00)
Tranmere are the form team in League Two, having dropped just two points in their last eight matches.
Micky Mellon’s side have won 12 and lost just three of their 19 league games at Prenton Park and have the fourth-best home record in the division.
They are great value to beat a Carlisle side that have won just one of their last nine matches, picking up the third-fewest points of any team in the division in that period.
5. Norwich to beat Middlesbrough (17:30)
Norwich have won six consecutive matches, so look a nice odds-against bet to overcome Middlesbrough at the Riverside.
The Canaries have scored at least twice in five of those victories, racking up nine goals in their last three games on the road.
Boro have lost their last two home games, so are unlikely to turn things around against the Championship leaders.
6. Los Angeles FC to beat San Jose Earthquakes (19:30)
LAFC defender Walker Zimmerman netted a stoppage-time winner in their 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake last weekend that was nominated for the MLS Goal of the Week.
Bob Bradley’s side are top of the Western Conference, having taken 10 points from their opening four games.
San Jose were hammered 4-1 by New York Red Bulls last time out and are bottom of the table, having lost three from three.
7. Atletico Madrid not to beat Alaves (19:45)
Atletico to slip up at Athletic Bilbao a fortnight ago was a profitable pick, so it makes sense to punt on the same outcome when they go to Alaves.
Diego Simeone’s side have won just seven of their 20 away matches on the road in all competitions this season. Of their 11 La Liga away games against teams outside the relegation zone, they have won just two.
Alaves have only lost one of 14 home matches this term, including victories over Real Madrid and Sevilla and a draw with Valencia. They have no reason to fear Atletico.
8. Roma to beat Napoli (14:00)
Napoli are worth backing against away from the San Paolo.
They lost 3-1 at RB Salzburg in their last away game and have won just two of their last nine matches on the road in all competitions.
The Partonopei have failed to win any of their four matches in league and cup away to sides in the top five and were also held to a 1-1 draw by Roma in the reverse fixture in October.
Roma have won seven of their last eight games at the Stadio Olimpico.
9. Federico Chiesa (Fiorentina) to score v Torino (14:00)
Chiesa is a massive price to score, especially as he score his 12th goal of the season at Cagliari before the international break.
The 21-year-old has nine goals in his last 12 matches and ranks fifth for shots per game in Serie A this season.
Fiorentina have scored 17 times in their last six home matches. Chiesa is bound to net if they achieve a similar haul on Sunday.
10. BTTS in Neuchatel Xamax v FC Thun (15:00)
The Swiss Super League has been the home of goals this season, and Sunday’s game in Neuchatel looks a BTTS banker, with both sides scoring and conceding in over 70 per cent of their matches to date.
Thun are the joint-most reliable BTTS side in the division, with goals at both ends in 21 of their 25 league matches so far, including each of their last seven.
Neuchatel Xamax, meanwhile, are yet to keep a clean sheet in 12 home games this season, getting on the scoresheet in 11 of those.
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