Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 10 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips into one betting preview for Sunday's La Liga, Premier League, Eredivisie and Serie A matches.
Valencia to beat Mallorca (11:00)
Mallorca are bottom of the form table in La Liga, having picked up one point from their last six matches.
They were beaten 2-0 by Valencia when the two sides previously met in September, and have lost seven from seven against sides currently in the top seven.
Valencia have taken 11 points from their last available 15 and have lost just one of their last nine league games.
Leicester to beat Burnley (14:00)
Leicester were beaten 2-1 by in-form Southampton last weekend, but that was only their third defeat in 14 league games – the other two came against Liverpool and Manchester City.
The Foxes have won 10 matches in that sequence, including back-to-back away games against West Ham and Newcastle.
Burnley have lost seven of their last nine league games, including each of their last four.
Liverpool to beat Manchester United to nil (16:30)
Manchester United have lost two of their last three away games to nil in the Premier League, suffering defeats to Arsenal and Watford.
Given that United could be without Marcus Rashford, who went off injured during their FA Cup replay against Wolves in midweek, this looks a decent bet.
Liverpool have made the best ever start to a Premier League season, taking 61 points from their first 21 matches, and have kept six straight clean sheets.
VVV Venlo v PSV (11:15)
VVV Venlo have scored in three successive home matches and have conceded in all but one of their nine matches at Stadion de Koel this season.
BTTS has landed in 12 of PSV’s 18 Eredivisie games this term, the joint-second most of any side in the division.
Ernest Faber’s side have scored in seven consecutive matches – netting 10 goals across their last three – and they’ve only kept one clean sheet during that run.
Real Betis v Real Sociedad (13:00)
Betis are the most reliable BTTS side in La Liga, with goals at both ends in 16 of their 19 league matches this season.
Rubi’s side have scored in all 10 of their home games this term and have also failed to keep a single clean sheet in the process.
Expect more goals when they host Real Sociedad, who have both scored and conceded in eight of their last nine matches.
Bologna v Hellas Verona (14:00)
Bologna let us down last week, but they should redeem themselves in what should be a high-scoring game on Sunday.
BTTS had landed in their previous 12 matches before they lost 1-0 to Torino last weekend, and they now face a Verona side that have conceded 10 goals in their last five games.
The Gialloblu have also scored at least twice in each of their last four matches, including a 3-2 defeat to Atalanta and a 3-3 draw with Torino.
Bologna not to beat Hellas Verona (14:00)
Bologna have only won three of their last 10 league games, including one of their last five at home.
Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side rank second-bottom for xPoints per home game since the beginning of November, and drew 1-1 with Verona in the reverse fixture in August.
The visitors have won their last two league matches and have only been beaten by Juventus, Napoli, Inter and Atalanta away this season.
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) to score v Espanyol (15:00)
Moreno has scored 13 goals this season, including a brace at Orihuela in the Copa del Rey last week.
The striker ranks fifth for xG and fourth for shots in the box per La Liga game this season.
Espanyol have conceded 10 goals in their last four league away games, including at least two in all of them.
Sadio Mane (Liverpool) to score v Manchester United (16:30)
Mane has scored 15 goals this season, including one in each of his last two home matches.
The 27-year-old ranks eighth for xG, but rises to fourth for games since the beginning of November. He has already scored against Chelsea, Leicester and Manchester City this season.
Manchester United have kept one clean sheet from 11 league away games this season, losing 2-0 at Arsenal in their last one.
Paolo Dybala (Juventus) to score v Parma (19:45)
Dybala has scored four goals in his last five games, including a brace in Wednesday’s 2-0 win against Udinese.
The 26-year-old ranks 10th for shots per Serie A game, so should have plenty of opportunities in a team that has scored 13 goals in its last four home matches.
Parma were battered 5-0 at Atalanta in their last away game and have only managed one clean sheet in nine matches on the road this season.
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