Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 10 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win, BTTS and anytime goalscorers, into one bite-size Sunday betting preview.
Strasbourg to beat Monaco (16:00)
Monaco are second bottom of Ligue 1 after three matches, having earned just one point.
Leonardo Jardim’s side lost 3-0 to both Lyon and Metz in their opening two games and blew a two-goal lead at home to Nimes to draw 2-2 last weekend.
They will be without defender Jemerson, who was sent off in the second half in their last game, and are a great price to lose against last season’s Coupe de la Ligue winners.
Arsenal to beat Tottenham (16:30)
Arsenal lost 3-1 at Liverpool last weekend, but their home record under Unai Emery suggests they can bounce back in the North London Derby.
The Gunners won 14 out of 19 league games at the Emirates last season, only losing to Manchester City and Crystal Palace, while they also beat 2-1 a fortnight ago.
Tottenham have won just two of their last 12 away games in all competitions and have taken just one point from seven in the league.
Atletico Madrid to beat Eibar to nil (18:00)
Atletico Madrid have started their season with back-to-back 1-0 victories and have won 13 of their last 17 home games without conceding.
Diego Simeone’s side shipped just 29 goals in La Liga last season – six fewer than any other team.
Eibar have one point from their first two games and were held to a goalless draw by Osasuna last weekend.
Rennes v Nice (14:00)
Rennes have won their first three matches of the Ligue 1 season, including a 2-1 victory over PSG in their only home match so far.
They now face a Nice side coming off a 2-1 defeat at home to Marseille.
Nice one their previous two matches 2-1, meaning they have both scored and conceded in all three of their league fixtures so far.
Arsenal v Tottenham (16:30)
BTTS landed in both of last season’s north London derbies in the Premier League, including Arsenal’s 4-2 win at the Emirates in December.
This weekend’s game should be similarly high-scoring, given that Arsenal have scored in every game so far but failed to keep clean sheets against Burnley and Liverpool.
Spurs were unable to find a way past Newcastle last weekend, but they had bagged five goals across two games against Aston Villa and Man City prior to that and should enjoy playing against a more open Arsenal side.
Atalanta v Torino (19:45)
Atalanta have been one of the most reliable BTTS sides in Italy over the past two seasons and opened this campaign in typical style with a 3-2 win at SPAL last weekend.
Torino scored in 13 of 14 league matches to end last season – including each of their last seven – and beat Sassuolo 2-1 at home last Sunday.
BTTS has landed in five of the last seven meetings between these sides and they should add to that total here.
Stade Rennes not to beat Nice (14:00)
Nice played well despite losing 2-1 to Marseille last weekend, so are a good bet to get something at Rennes.
The visitors beat Nimes 2-1 in their first away game of the season, and announced the signing of Kasper Dolberg on Thursday after being taken over by Britain’s richest man, Jim Ratcliffe.
Rennes lost the xG count in their 2-0 win at Strasbourg last week, so are worth backing against here.
Espanyol not to beat Granada (18:00)
Espanyol have made a desperate start to the season, posting an xG of 0.15 and 0.16 in a 0-2 defeat and 0-0 draw with Sevilla and Alaves.
The hosts have won just three of their last seven home La Liga matches.
Granada drew 4-4 at Villarreal on the opening day of the season, and performed well in their 1-0 defeat to Sevilla last time out.
Lautaro Martinez (Inter) to score v Cagliari (19:45)
Nobody had more shots than Lautaro Martinez on the first weekend of the Serie A season, so a goal is bound to come soon.
Inter won that game 4-0 against Lecce, and should create several more chances against Cagliari.
The hosts lost 1-0 at home to Brescia last weekend, and conceded to Martinez in this fixture last season.
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) to score v Real Madrid (20:00)
Real Madrid have managed just one clean sheet in their last 16 away games.
That offers some encouragement to Moreno, who has scored in both of his first two appearances of the season.
Only 11 players have had more shots in the division so far this season, while he ranks third for xG.
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