Just The Tips: Our 10 best football tips for Easter weekend
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win, BTTS and anytime goalscorers, into one bite-size Easter weekend betting preview.
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1. BTTS in Burton v Portsmouth (15:00)
Burton’s last three home matches have finished 3-0, 5-2 and 3-1.
Nigel Clough’s side have scored 18 goals in their last seven matches overall, with BTTS landing in five of them.
Portsmouth have scored three goals in four of their last six away games, with both teams scoring in six of their last eight overall.
2. Crewe to beat Yeovil (15:00)
Yeovil stayed second-bottom of League Two with a 1-0 defeat at home to strugglers Crawley last weekend.
The Glovers have earned just one point in their last eight away matches, which is also their only point from their last seven overall.
Crewe beat bottom-of-the-league Notts County 3-0 at home last weekend and have won seven of their last 10 games at the Alexandra Stadium, including a 6-1 demolition of Crawley last month.
3. Callum Robinson (Preston) to score v Ipswich (15:00)
After missing four months with injury, Robinson was back on the scoresheet at West Brom last weekend.
The 24-year-old has scored 11 goals overall this term, eight of which have come at Deepdale. He ranks sixth for shots per match this season, rising to third for home games.
Only Wigan have conceded more away goals than Ipswich, whose relegation to League One has already been confirmed.
4. BTTS in Empoli v SPAL (14:00)
Empoli are the joint-most reliable BTTS side in Serie A, with goals at both ends in 20 of their 32 league games this season.
They’ve scored at least twice in each of their last five home games, a run that includes a 2-2 draw with Chievo, a 3-3 draw with Parma and – most recently – a 2-1 win over Napoli.
They now face SPAL, who beat Juventus 2-1 last weekend and have now scored in nine of their last 10 games.
5. Watford (-1) to beat Huddersfield (15:00)
Huddersfield lost for the 20th time in 22 matches in all competitions last weekend as they were hammered 4-0 at Tottenham.
The Terriers have lost by two or more in nine of those defeats, and have conceded four in both of their matches since their relegation was confirmed.
Watford won the reverse fixture 3-0 at Vicarage Road in October and have won 5-0 away to Cardiff and 4-1 at home to Fulham in the last two months.
6. Josh King (Bournemouth) to score v Fulham (15:00)
King has scored 13 goals this season, six of which have come in his last six Bournemouth home matches.
The Norwegian has had more shots per game than Callum Wilson for the Cherries this season, and is only a marginal second to his strike partner for xG per minute in 2019.
Fulham have conceded 20 goals in their last seven away games, including 3-1 and 4-1 defeats at Leicester and Watford in their last two.
7. Marseille not to beat Guingamp (16:00)
Marseille have won just two of their last 11 away games, both of which were against teams in the Ligue 1 relegation zone.
And though Guingamp are 19th, a run of four home matches without defeat suggests the hosts can take something here.
Jocelyn Gourvennec’s side have gone unbeaten against top-half sides Montepellier, Strasbourg and Nice this season, and drew 1-1 with an improving Monaco a fortnight ago.
8. Hoffenheim to beat Schalke (19:30)
Schalke had to come from behind to draw 1-1 at second-bottom Nuremberg, and their only win in their last 12 matches in all competitions was against bottom side Hannover.
Huub Stevens’ side have lost nine games in that sequence, including each of their last five at the Veltins Arena.
Hoffenheim’s 2-0 victory over Hertha last weekend took them to within five points of the top four, and they have dropped just two points in their last five league games.
9. New York Red Bulls to beat New England Revolution (00:30)
New England are bottom of the Eastern Conference having lost five and drawn one of their opening seven games this season.
New York Red Bulls have had a tough start themselves and are without a win in four since beating San Jose 4-1 last month.
They have the perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways here on what is one of their shortest road trips.
10. BTTS in Freiburg v Borussia Dortmund (14:30)
BTTS has landed in nine of Freiburg’s last 10 home matches, including all of their last six.
Christian Streich’s side drew 1-1 with Bayern Munich in their last home game, and have produced 2-4, 3-3 and 5-1 scorelines during that run.
Dortmund scored and conceded in consecutive away matches before losing 5-0 at Bayern Munich last time out on the road.
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