Tenner On is our writers' weekly football tips competition.

The rules are simple: each writer is given £10 to place any bet(s) they like over the weekend. At the end of the season, the writer with the most profit is crowned the Insider's top tipster.



Swansea, Charlton, Peterborough and Northampton all to win: £10 at 19/1*

I’m resting heavily on my EFL five-fold this weekend after I tipped up a 22/1 winner on Easter Monday.

Swansea are flying and have won five of their last six league games, including four on the spin at home, so should beat a Hull side with nothing to play for.

In League One, Charlton have a slim chance of automatic promotion and are up against Gillingham, who have nothing to play for, while Peterborough should enhance their play-off push against relegation candidates Walsall.

A division lower, Yeovil have lost eight of their last nine away games and picked up just two points in their last nine league games. Expect Northampton to all but relegate them.



Brentford to win, BTTS in Sunderland v Portsmouth, Northampton draw no bet: £10 at 7/2*

Bolton have lost five consecutive matches, so I can’t see past Brentford beating them easily on Saturday.

In League One, BTTS has landed in Portsmouth’s last five matches, while Sunderland have scored in every league home game this season.

Finally, I fully expect Northampton to see off Yeovil at Sixfields. I’ve played it ultra-safe with the draw no bet because of the juicy price, but I will inevitably regret that decision when the hosts win comfortably.



Borussia Dortmund, Eintracht Frankfurt and Hoffenheim to win & over 1.5 goals, Roma and Lille to win: £10 at 7/1*

The Bundesliga has been one of the most reliable leagues in Europe for goals this season, and I’m expecting that to continue this weekend.

Dortmund have only failed to win two of their 15 home league games to date, and will surely see off a struggling Schalke side.

Frankfurt won six of their last eight in the league, so a win over Hertha BSC – who are winless in six with five defeats – looks a safe bet.

Hoffenheim have found form with five wins in six, and now face Wolfsburg, who have lost their last three away games by an aggregate score of 10-0.

Over in Serie A, Roma have won six, drawn two and lost one of their last nine home league matches and are a good bet against poor travellers Cagliari.

Finally, Lille beat PSG 5-1 in their last home league game and I fancy them against Nimes, who have lost eight of nine on the road.



Man Utd to beat Chelsea: £10 at 13/8*

United were outclassed by Man City in midweek, but I thought their performance was decent.

Chelsea are gentler opposition and have lost at Tottenham, Arsenal, City and Liverpool in the league already this season.

United beat the Blues comfortably at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup in February and, even though their recent form is rubbish, I fancy Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side to end their slump.



Tottenham & under 4.5 goals, West Brom, Portsmouth and Leicester to win or draw & BTTS, BTTS & over 2.5 in Norwich v Blackburn: £10 at 49/1*

I've got three weeks to spare my blushes, so let's get to work.

We'll start with the early kick-off. Spurs have won the first four matches at their new stadium to nil, while West Ham have lost seven of their last eight away games in the Premier League, with under 3.5 in all of them.

West Brom inexplicably drew 0-0 away at Reading last week, but have won their last three at the Hawthorns with goals at both ends. Rotherham have lost 6-1, 4-3 and drawn 2-2 in their last three on the road.

Automatic promotion is back in Portsmouth's hands after seven wins in a row, with BTTS landing in all of the last four. Sunderland have already drawn 1-1 with Burton and lost 5-4 to Coventry at the Stadium of Light this month, and will surely drop more points here.

Norwich are crawling out of the Championship with four consecutive draws, three of which have finished 2-2. BTTS & over 2.5 has landed in all of Blackburn's last eight away games, so expect a load of goals in the late game.

Fingers crossed we'll still be alive heading into Sunday. BTTS has landed in 14 of Arsenal's 17 away games this season, and in five of their last seven meetings with Leicester. The Gunners have lost 3-1 and 3-2 during the last week, and are unlikely to bring all three points back from the King Power.

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