Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and anytime goalscorers into one bite-size betting preview for Sunday's matches.
Coventry (-1) to beat Tranmere (12:00)
Coventry seem to like it at St Andrew’s, having won six and drawn two of their eight matches at their temporary home.
The Sky Blues have dropped only two points in six home league games and conceded four goals – the second-fewest in League One.
Tranmere have picked up one point in five away games so far, bettering the travelling records of only Wimbledon and Bolton, and their four defeats have all been by a margin of two or more goals.
Brazil to beat Nigeria & BTTS (13:00)
Brazil have won 13 of their last 17 matches and should beat Nigeria on Sunday, but were held to a 1-1 draw against Senegal on Thursday.
Tite’s side have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last five matches outside Brazil, conceding against Peru, Colombia, Czech Republic and Panama as well as Senegal.
BTTS has landed in five of Nigeria’s last six matches, while they have won one of their last four.
Hungary v Azerbaijan: First half to have most goals (17:00)
Hungary tend to get their scoring done early at home.
Nine of the last 13 international goals at the Groupama Arena have come within the first 45 minutes of the game.
Azerbaijan have conceded in the first half in five of their last six away games, including in a 3-2 victory over Bahrain on Wednesday.
Serge Gnabry (Germany) to score two or more v Estonia (19:45)
Gnabry comes into this on the back of six goals in his last four appearances for club and country, including bagging four at Tottenham in the Champions League last week.
The Bayern Munich forward netted the opener against Argentina on Wednesday, bringing his tally to five in four caps for Germany.
That total includes a brace in the 8-0 mauling of Estonia in June, and he looks a good price to bag another against a side that has shipped 14 goals in their last four matches.
Croatia to beat Wales (19:45)
Wales have won four on the spin at home, but each of those victories have come against significantly worse opposition than Croatia.
Ryan Giggs’ side lost 2-1 in the reverse fixture in March and were pumped 4-1 at home to Spain a year ago the last time they hosted a top-10 ranked side.
Croatia won 3-0 at home to Hungary on Thursday and have only dropped five points in their last six qualifiers.
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