Tenner On: Our writers battle to win the 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.
Portsmouth and Exeter to win, BTTS in Colchester v Crawley: £10 at 7/1*
Portsmouth were surprisingly beaten by Gillingham last week, but this is the perfect opportunity to bounce back.
AFC Wimbledon have lost four of their last five at home, and haven’t scored a goal in either of their last two matches overall.
Secondly, I’m backing Exeter to continue their excellent start to the season against Swindon, who have scored just once in three games, and lost 1-0 at Crewe in their last away game.
Finally, BTTS should land in Colchester v Crawley. The hosts have scored and conceded in four of their last five home league games, while the visitors have netted in eight of their last nine matches.
BTTS in Coventry v Wycombe and Scunthorpe v Peterborough, Norway to win: £10 at 10/3*
There have been goals at both ends in nine of Wycombe’s last 10 League One games, so I’m expecting plenty of goals when they travel to Coventry on Saturday.
BTTS is even more of a certainty when Scunthorpe host Peterborough, who are the league’s highest scorers.
Finally, I fancy Norway to earn their sixth win in seven games when they play Slovenia, who have lost both of their UEFA Nations League matches against Bulgaria and Cyprus.
Denmark to beat Republic of Ireland: £10 at 7/5*
Denmark pumped Republic of Ireland 5-1 in Dublin last November – sealing their place at this summer’s World Cup in the process – thanks mainly to Christian Eriksen, who scored a hat-trick.
And even though Eriksen is out injured, I still think Denmark will have just enough to overcome an Ireland side that are limited and low on morale.
Wrexham, Harrogate Town and Solihull Moors all to win, over 2.5 goals in Scunthorpe v Peterborough: £10 at 9/1*
I'm yet to get a National League tip wrong this season, so the international break looks like a good chance to cut my losses.
Solihull have won five of their seven home games to nil this season and look an excellent price against Ebbsfleet, who have only won one of their last eight.
Dagenham are the only team to lose to Fleet during that run, having been beaten in 10 of their 15 games this season.
They've lost their last four in a row, and look doomed to another defeat against Wrexham, who are only two points off the top of the league.
The same goes for Dover, who are winless in 11, losing eight. They travel to Harrogate, who have won nine of their last 12 games, only conceding in four of them.
Finally, there's bound to be goals between Scunthorpe and Peterborough in League One who, in their last 12 games combined, have been involved in one 2-1, two 2-2s, three 3-2s, one 3-3, a 4-2, a 5-3 and a 0-4.
MK Dons, Norway and Bulgaria all to win, over 2.5 goals in Scunthorpe v Peterborough: £10 at 15/2*
Cambridge have been dreadful this season and have earned just one point in their last six matches. I fully expect MK Dons, who have won back-to-back matches, to walk this one.
I’m also on Norway and Bulgaria to beat Slovenia and Cyprus respectively, for reasons explained in the international accumulator I tipped up for Saturday’s matches.
Finally, there has been a combined total of 51 goals in Scunthorpe and Peterborough’s last six games, so this one shouldn’t disappoint.
*Odds subject to change.
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