Sunday Betting Guide: Our writers' 10 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Sunday's matches.
Our football tips for Sunday come from Serie A, Bundesliga, Premier League and Ligue 1.
Lazio to beat Genoa (11:30)
These odds are a little skinnier than usual, but the pick is a banker.
Lazio beat title challengers Inter 2-1 last weekend and have won 14 of their last 16 league games.
The Biancocelesti are on a 19-match unbeaten run, a sequence that started with a 4-0 victory over Genoa, who have lost four of their last six home games.
Atalanta to beat Sassuolo & over 3.5 goals (14:00)
Atalanta beat Valencia 4-1 on Wednesday evening and have won 10 of their last 15 in all competitions.
La Dea are the top scorers in Serie A with 63 goals and included in that sequence are two 5-0 victories and a 7-0.
Sassuolo lost 1-0 to Parma last weekend and have won only three away games in 12 this season.
Leverkusen to beat Augsburg & over 2.5 goals (14:30)
Leverkusen came from behind to beat Union Berlin 3-2 away last weekend, which was their fifth victory in six matches.
That was their fifth consecutive game in which there have been over 2.5 goals.
Augsburg have lost four of their last six matches, including three straight away games, and have conceded three or more on three separate occasions.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
Genoa v Lazio (11:30)
Genoa are coming off a 3-0 win at Bologna and have found the net in six of their last seven Serie A matches.
They now face a Lazio side that have scored in 18 of their last 19 league games, a run that includes two 5-1wins.
BTTS has landed in seven of Lazio’s last eight away league games, and that sequence includes a run of five successive 2-1 wins.
Atalanta v Sassuolo (14:00)
Atalanta beat Valencia 4-1 in midweek and have now bagged 17 goals in their last five matches in all competitions.
La Dea are also without a clean sheet in eight consecutive games.
Sassuolo lost 1-0 to Parma last time out but had scored in six of their previous eight league games, including four against Roma earlier this month.
Arsenal v Everton (16:30)
Arsenal put four past Newcastle in their last Premier League match and have scored in 12 of their 13 home league games this season.
While the Gunners have kept consecutive clean sheets against Burnley and Newcastle, they had conceded in five of their previous six league games under Mikel Arteta and now face an in-form Everton side.
The Toffees have scored eight goals in their last three matches and BTTS has landed in each of their last four.
Wolves not to beat Norwich (14:00)
Wolves have won just two of their 10 Premier League matches on the Sunday immediately after Europa League Thursdays this season.
Nuno Santo’s side have tripped up against Burnley, Crystal Palace, Newcastle and others on those occasions and sit 13th in the Premier League home table.
Norwich have only lost to Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool in their last nine matches, and have avoided defeat at Everton and Leicester already this season.
Stade Rennes not to beat Olympique Nimes (16:00)
Rennes have failed to score in three of their last four home matches, including in a 0-0 draw against Brest last time out.
Julien Stephan’s side have only scored more than once in one of their last nine games.
Nimes have won four consecutive matches, including a 3-1 victory over Monaco.
Josip Ilicic (Atalanta) to score v Sassuolo (14:00)
Ilicic has scored in five of Atalanta’s last six home matches, including in Wednesday’s 4-1 victory against Valencia.
He ranks in the top 10 for both shots per game and xG in Serie A this season.
Sassuolo have conceded twice in all of their six matches against the top five this season.
Richarlison (Everton) to score v Arsenal (16:30)
Richarlison has scored three goals in his last four league matches, including away at Manchester City.
The Brazilian has also scored against Wolves, Leicester, Liverpool and Chelsea this season, and has taken more shots per game than strike partner Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Arsenal have kept three clean sheets in eight league games under Mikel Arteta, two of which have come against Burnley and Newcastle.
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