Will Rook, Jack Green and Adam Drury provide their football tips from Sunday's action in the Eredivisie, La Liga, Ligue 1, Premier League, Scottish Premiership and Bundesliga.


Feyenoord to beat Willem II & over 2.5 goals (13:30)

Feyenoord drew 1-1 away to PSV last weekend, but had won seven straight away games prior to that.

There were three or more goals scored in each of those victories, while Dick Advocaat’s side are also unbeaten in 11 in all competitions at De Kuip.

Willem II have lost back-to-back away games, with over 2.5 goals scored in both.

Real Madrid to beat Real Betis & BTTS (20:00)

Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2-0 in El Clasico last week to go back to the top of La Liga.

That was their sixth victory in eight league games, while they have only failed to score once in that sequence.

BTTS has landed in 12 of Betis’ 13 home games this season and they come into this with one victory in their last four at the Estadio Benito Villamarin.

Lille to beat Lyon (20:00)

Lille have won six of their last eight games at the Stade Pierre Mauroy, only losing against top two Marseille and PSG in that sequence.

Christophe Galtier’s side have the third-best home record in Ligue 1, having won 10 out of 14.

Lyon were thumped 5-1 at home to PSG in the cup in midweek and have lost two of their last three away games.


Osasuna v Espanyol (11:00)

Osasuna lost 3-2 at Sevilla last time out, meaning they’ve now scored in seven of their last eight matches and kept just one clean sheet in six.

They now face bottom side Espanyol, who have scored and conceded in seven of their last eight La Liga games.

Abelardo’s side have conceded more goals than any side in the Spanish top flight this season and lost their recent Europa League tie with Wolves 6-3 on aggregate.

Feyenoord v Willem II (13:30)

There have been goals at both ends in 17 of Feyenoord’s 24 matches this season, the second-most of any team in the Eredivisie.

Dick Advocaat’s side have scored in eight successive league matches and have only kept one clean sheet during that run.

Willem II have scored at least two goals in five of their last six away games, putting two past league-leaders Ajax and three past second-placed AZ Alkmaar in that sequence. 

Manchester United v Manchester City (16:30)

United have netted six goals in their last three Premier League games and put five past Club Brugge in the Europa League last week.

They should keep their scoring form going against their local rivals, who conceded against Aston Villa in the EFL Cup final and are without injured star centre-back Aymeric Laporte.

City have scored in 30 of their last 32 matches and have bagged seven goals in their last three trips to Old Trafford, so they’ll surely do their part on Sunday.


Ross County (+2) v Rangers (12:00)

This bet would have landed in Rangers’ last seven matches.

Steven Gerrard’s side have won one of their last five domestic matches, most recently losing 1-0 at home to 11th-placed Hamilton on Wednesday.

Ross County have been within one goal of their last six opponents at Victoria Park, and are unbeaten in three there.

Manchester City not to beat Manchester United (16:30)

It is worth waiting for team news before backing this, because the absence of Kevin de Bruyne would be the key factor.

Man City have struggled without the Belgian in their side this season, losing both of the Premier League matches that he has missed.

Even with De Bruyne, Pep Guardiola’s have lost two of their last five league away games, and won by one late goal at both Sheffield United and Leicester.

United won the reverse fixture between these sides in December and have conceded just two goals on a run of nine unbeaten matches.


Richarlison (Everton) to score v Chelsea (14:00)

Richarlison has scored 12 goals this season, including against Wolves, Leicester, Liverpool, Man City, Arsenal and in the reverse fixture against Chelsea.

The 22-year-old ranks above Dominic Calvert-Lewin for shots per game in the Premier League this term.

The Blues have kept three clean sheets in their last 12 at home.

Joshua Kirkzee (Bayern Munich) to score v Augsburg (14:30)

Kirkzee should continue to deputise for Robert Lewandowski after scoring on his league debut for Bayern last week.

He has scored three goals in six appearances overall this season, and will front an attack that has scored at least twice in six of its last seven matches.

Augsburg have conceded at least twice in all of their last five away games.

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