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.
Ajax (-2) to beat Feyenoord (15:45)
Ajax had won eight games out of eight in all competitions at the Johan Cruyff Arena prior to their 1-0 defeat against Chelsea on Wednesday.
Erik ten Hag’s side have scored a league-high 31 goals and won five of their 10 matches by a margin of three or more.
Feyenoord have won just one of their last five in the Eredivisie and were beaten 3-0 at home to fourth-placed AZ Alkmaar last month.
RB Salzburg to beat Rapid Vienna & BTTS (16:00)
RB Salzburg are top of the Austrian Bundesliga, having won nine and drawn two of their opening 11 matches.
They had won all seven matches at the Red Bull Arena prior to their 3-2 defeat against Napoli on Wednesday – their first home loss in 70 matches.
Rapid Vienna have scored in 11 consecutive matches, including a 2-1 defeat to Salzburg in the Austrian Cup last month, while the Red Bulls have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 games.
Paris Saint-Germain to beat Marseille to nil (20:00)
Paris Saint-Germain steamrollered Club Brugge 5-0 in midweek to make it 10 victories from their last 11 matches in all competitions.
Thomas Tuchel’s side have kept clean sheets in nine of those, with all five of their victories at the Parc des Princes this season coming without conceding a goal.
Marseille have already failed to score at Nantes and Dijon in their five away games this season and have lost to nil in three of the last four editions of Le Classique.
PSV v AZ Alkmaar (13:30)
PSV have been in fine form at home this season, scoring 16 goals across five Eredivisie matches so far.
They’ve also kept just one clean sheet during that run and are coming off a 3-0 defeat away to Utrecht.
AZ lost 4-2 at home to Heerenveen last season and have now scored in nine of their 10 league matches this season.
Roma v AC Milan (17:00)
BTTS has landed in three of Roma’s four home league games this season, with the only exception a 2-0 defeat to Atalanta in September.
They’ve conceded eight goals at the Stadio Olimpico and now face a Milan side who have scored in four consecutive matches.
Milan also conceded in all four of those games, shipping at least two goals in four of their last five matches.
Sevilla v Getafe (17:30)
BTTS has landed in six of Getafe’s nine La Liga games this season, the joint-second highest ratio in the division.
They’ve scored at least twice in four of their last five league games, with the only exception a 2-0 defeat to Barcelona.
Sevilla’s 1-0 win over Levante last time out was their first clean sheet in five La Liga games, while they’ve conceded in three of their four home fixtures this term.
St Etienne not to beat Amiens (16:00)
St Etienne have won just one of their five home matches this season – a narrow 1-0 win over out-of-form Lyon.
The hosts have generated an xG of less than 1.0 in all of their last five games.
Amiens have avoided defeat in their last three away games, and rank sixth for xPoints on the road.
Manchester United not to beat Norwich (16:30)
Manchester United haven’t won any of their eight league away games since Ole Gunnar Solksjaer was appointed as their permanent manager.
That run includes matches at Wolves, Southampton, West Ham and Newcastle this season, while they have failed to score in either of the last two.
Norwich have already beaten Man City at Carrow Road this season, pushed Chelsea close in a 3-2 defeat, and improved defensively in last week’s 0-0 draw at Bournemouth.
Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad) to score v Celta Vigo (11:00)
Oyarzabal has scored four goals this season, two of which have come in away games at Valencia and Sevilla.
The forward ranks third for xG and joint-eighth for shots per La Liga game so far this season.
Celta rank fifth-bottom for shots on target conceded per away game, and have only kept two clean sheets in their last seven matches.
Nicolas Pepe (Arsenal) to score v Crystal Palace (16:30)
Pepe produced arguably his best Arsenal performance at Sheffield United on Monday, before scoring two brilliant free-kicks against Vitoria Guimaraes on Thursday evening.
The Ivorian has had 2.7 shots per game for the Gunners this season – a narrow second to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has taken 2.9 – while his miss at Bramall Lane shows he is getting in good positions to score.
Palace were easily beaten 2-0 by Man City last week, lost 4-0 at Tottenham earlier in the season, and have conceded eight goals in their last three games at the Emirates.
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