Tenner On: Our writers battle to win most weekend profit
Armed with a £10 stake, our writers put forth their football tips in an attempt to be crowned the week's top tipster.
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.
Leeds, QPR, Luton and Colchester all to win: £10 at 6/1*
Leeds scored two injury-time goals to beat Blackburn on Boxing Day and extend their winning streak to seven matches.
They're an enticing price to continue that form against an improving Hull side.
Next up, I'm on QPR, who are within two points of the top six following three straight victories. They should ease past Reading, who haven't won in eight.
Luton are the form team in the EFL at the moment and their 2-0 win over struggling Scunthorpe last time out means they have dropped just two points in 11 matches.
The Hatters are worth backing whoever they're against, but a Walsall side with just two victories in 11 makes this all the more appealing.
Finally, I'm backing Colchester to make up for their home defeat to Stevenage in their last match.
The U's had won six of their previous seven at the Weston Homes Community Stadium and should easily beat Morecambe, who have lost their last four on the road.
BTTS in Sassuolo v Atalanta, Birmingham v Brentford, Accrington Stanley v Peterborough and Cheltenham v Forest Green: £10 at 7/1*
BTTS has landed in eight of Sassuolo's last nine home matches and in all of Atalanta's last five on the road, so this is an easy starter.
Birmingham have scored at least twice in seven of their last eight home matches. They take on Brentford, who have rediscovered some form with a win and a draw from their last two.
Accrington have scored and conceded in four straight home games. They play Peterborough, who had scored in 11 consecutive matches before an understandable 2-0 defeat at Barnsley on Boxing Day.
Finally, BTTS has landed in every one of Forest Green's 12 away games this season, so is an obvious bet for their game at Cheltenham.
West Ham to beat Burnley: £10 at
Burnley have won just twice at Turf Moor all season and were beaten 5-1 there by Everton on Boxing Day.
West Ham are on a fine run, winning four of their last five Premier League matches. Three of those came away from home, and I fancy them to nick all three points here.
Sunderland and Manchester United both to win and BTTS: £10 at 10/1*
Sunderland have won their last three home league games and are unbeaten at the Stadium of Light all season. They should see off Shrewsbury, who have lost five of their last six away matches.
But the Black Cats have been involved in more BTTS games than any side in the division and Shrewsbury score plenty of goals, so I can see both sides finding the net on Saturday.
Manchester United have been rejuvenated under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and the good times should continue against a Bournemouth side who just lost 5-0 to Tottenham.
United are also without a clean sheet in six games, so I'll plump for BTTS in this one as well.
Brighton and Forest Green to win or draw & BTTS, QPR and Wycombe both to win: £10 at 27/1*
Brighton have only lost six of their 28 home matches since being promoted to the Premier League - against Chelsea (twice), Man City, Liverpool, Tottenham and Leicester, when they missed a penalty at 0-0.
I fancy them to take at least a point off Everton, who have only won two away games this year, with goals at both ends. The Toffees' last two have seen a combined total of 14 goals, while Brighton haven't kept a clean sheet in nine.
The same goes for Forest Green, whose away form is keeping them in the League Two promotion picture.
Rovers have only lost two of 12 games on the road with BTTS in all of them, while Cheltenham have scored at least once in all of their last eight.
In the Championship, QPR have won five of their last six at Loftus Road, scoring at least twice in all but one of those matches. They welcome Reading on Saturday, who have only won once away from home, scoring just once in their last five on the road.
Finally, Scunthorpe have lost six in a row in League Two, and 11 of their last 13. Wycombe haven't been in great form themselves, but their price to continue that miserable run looks too good to ignore.
*Odds subject to change.
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