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.
RB Salzburg (-3) to beat Admira Wacker (16:00)
RB Salzburg have started their season with four wins from four matches and hammered St Polten 6-0 on the road last weekend.
The Red Bulls have scored four or more goals on three separate occasions and should run riot on Sunday.
Admira Wacker have lost three and drawn one in the Austrian Bundesliga this season and are bottom of the table.
Bologna to beat Hellas Verona (19:45)
Hellas Verona managed just five victories in 18 away games in Serie B last season.
They lost 2-1 after extra time against second-tier Cremonense in the Coppa Italia last weekend, so this looks like a nice price on their return to Serie A.
Bologna finished last seven with four victories from their final six matches, including a 3-2 over Napoli on the final day.
Atalanta to beat SPAL & BTTS (19:45)
Atalanta finished last season with five victories from their final six league games, while they had gone unbeaten in 13 matches.
La Dea were also involved in 24 BTTS matches in Serie A last term – the second-most in the division – including each of their last four.
SPAL lost three on the spin to close out 2018/19, while they were beaten 2-1 when the two sides last met in February.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
FC Utrecht v VVV Venlo (13:30)
The Eredivisie regularly serves up high-scoring thrillers, and this meeting between two mid-table sides should be no different.
Utrecht have scored eight and conceded four goals in their three matches so far, with BTTS landing each time.
Venlo have been on the receiving end of two consecutive 4-1 defeats following a 3-1 opening-day win, so expect goals on Sunday.
RB Leipzig v Eintracht Frankfurt (14:30)
Both these sides kicked off their Bundesliga season with a win last weekend and Sunday’s clash should be an exciting encounter.
Leipzig and Frankfurt played out two draws last season, including a 0-0 in February, but BTTS landed in each of their four meetings prior to that.
Both are in good scoring form to start the season, with Leipzig bagging four in their season opener while Frankfurt netted 10 goals in four Europa League qualifiers over the summer.
Celtic v Hearts (15:00)
Celtic have started their Premiership campaign in typically dominant fashion, scoring 12 goals across their two wins so far.
Hearts have not enjoyed such a strong start with just a point from their two matches, but they always provide a tough test for the Hoops.
The last three meetings between these teams have ended 2-1, with BTTS landing in three of their last four encounters at Parkhead.
Monaco not to beat Olympique Nimes (14:00)
Monaco have had a dreadful start to the season, losing both of their first two Ligue 1 games 3-0.
Leonardo Jardim’s side have won just one of their last six home matches, and one of their last 11 overall.
Nimes are also winless so far, but drew this fixture 1-1 last season and avoided defeat in both of their two away games of that campaign.
Wolves not to beat Burnley (16:30)
Wolves only goal in two Premier League matches is Ruben Neves’ beauty against Manchester United, and things are unlikely to get easier on Sunday.
Nuno Santo’s side play Torino away in a Europa League qualifier on Thursday evening, while they only won five of their 10 home matches against bottom-half sides last season.
Sean Dyche’s side beat Southampton 3-0 before faring well in a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal last week, so are in good enough nick to take something here.
Borja Baston (Swansea) to score v Birmingham (12:00)
Baston has scored four goals in four Swansea appearances this season, including three in two at the Liberty Stadium.
He ranks inside the top 15 for penalty-area shots in the Championship, and has registered an xG of at least 0.4 in three of the four games (experimental361).
Birmingham have lost both of their last two away matches 3-0.
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig) to score v Eintracht Frankfurt (14:30)
Even at odds-on, Werner is well worth a bet to score in this match.
The 23-year-old netted in last week’s 4-0 win at Union Berlin, and ranked third for shots per game and xG in the Bundesliga last season.
Frankfurt conceded three goals at third-tier Waldhof Mannheim in their last away game.
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