Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 10 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Sunday's matches.
Manchester City to beat Wolves & over 3.5 goals (14:00)
Manchester City have won their last three matches in all competitions at the Etihad, scoring 14 goals.
City have managed seven victories from their last eight matches, while there have been four or more goals in all seven of their league games.
Wolves are winless in five games following a European tie, with their 2-0 victory over Watford last Saturday their first win in six.
Atletico Madrid to beat Valladolid to nil (15:00)
Atletico Madrid won 2-0 away to Lokomotiv Moscow in the Champions League in midweek, meaning they have lost just once in nine games this season.
That was Atleti’s fourth straight clean sheet in all competitions and sixth this season.
Valladolid beat struggling Espanyol 2-0 last weekend, but that was their first win in six.
Frankfurt to beat Werder Bremen (17:00)
Frankfurt followed a 2-2 draw at home to Dortmund with a 2-1 victory away to Union Berlin last Friday.
Back at the Commerzbank Arena, where they have won five and lost just one of seven in all competitions, they are worth backing.
Werder Bremen have won just two of their six Bundesliga matches this season, against bottom-half sides Augsburg and Union Berlin.
Arsenal v Bournemouth (14:00)
Arsenal drew 1-1 with Manchester United on Monday night, meaning BTTS has now landed in their last six Premier League matches.
Only one side in the top flight has been involved in more BTTS matches than the Gunners so far this season – you guessed it: Bournemouth.
All seven of the Cherries’ league games have seen goals at both ends, with their three away trips finishing 1-2, 3-1 and 1-3.
Southampton v Chelsea (14:00)
Southampton have found the net in their last six Premier League games after being beaten 3-0 by Burnley on the first weekend of the season.
That run includes goals against Liverpool and Manchester United at home and Tottenham away, so it’s likely that they’ll get on the scoresheet against Chelsea.
The Blues have also scored in six successive league matches since their opening-day 4-0 defeat to Manchester United, netting 14 goals during that period while keeping just one clean sheet.
Atalanta v Lecce (14:00)
BTTS has landed in five of Atalanta’s six Serie A matches this season, the joint-most of any side in the division.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have scored at least twice in all of their six league games so far, with their two home games finishing 2-3 and 2-2.
Lecce lost 1-0 at home to Roma last week but have won their two away games this season 2-1 and 3-1, so should score against Atalanta, who have kept one clean sheet in eight games in all competitions.
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Inter draw no bet v Juventus (19:45)
Inter have won all six of their matches at the start of this Serie A campaign.
Antonio Conte’s side are yet to concede a goal at home, while they also beat Milan to nil in their ‘away’ game at the San Siro.
Juventus have played four away games in all competitions – failing to win at Fiorentina and Atletico Madrid, and scraping past Parma and Brescia by a single goal.
Breel Embolo (Borussia Monchengladbach) to score v Augsburg (12:30)
Monchengladbach have won their last two games 2-1 and 3-0, and another goal glut would give Embolo a good chance of getting on the scoresheet.
The Swiss international has scored twice already this season, and ranks fifth for xG across the whole division.
Augsburg have conceded nine goals in three away games, and rank second-bottom for xG conceded on the road.
Raheem Sterling (Man City) to score two or more goals v Wolves (14:00)
Playing Besiktas less than 72 hours before a trip to the Etihad is hardly ideal preparation for Wolves.
Considering City have won their last two home league games 4-0 and 8-0, they are bound to create several opportunities to score here.
Sterling has scored in all of his last three appearances, including off the bench against Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday, and will never have a better chance to go one better.
Victor Osimhen (Lille) to score v Olympique Nimes (14:00)
After netting against Chelsea on Wednesday, Osimhen has scored seven goals in five home league matches.
No Ligue 1 player has taken more shots inside the penalty area per match this season, while he also ranks top for xG.
Nimes rank fourth-bottom for xG conceded away from home, and have conceded three goals at PSG and two at Monaco already.
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