Tenner On: Our writers' picks to land the most weekend profit
Armed each week with nothing but a £10 stake and their own judgement, the Insider editorial team fight to be crowned top tipster.
Bournemouth to beat Swansea: £10 at
This is a great price.
Bournemouth have won three of their last four Premier League matches, two of which were away against bottom-half opposition.
Swansea have lost seven of their last eight in all competitions, plus six from seven at the Liberty Stadium this season.
Aston Villa, Wolves, Sheffield United and Wigan all to win: £10 at 13/2*
I’m borrowing quite a bit from my Saturday five-fold this week, because I’m that confident in it.
Aston Villa, Wolves and Wigan are in impressive form and all have winnable games.
Sheffield United aren’t in my Boost, but they should still make light work of a Birmingham side with eight defeats from nine away games this term.
Manchester United to win and under 3.5 goals, Fulham and Blackburn both to win: £10 at 5/1*
I don’t expect Brighton to cause an upset – or, in fact, score – at Old Trafford, but I can’t see them getting honked, either.
The Seagulls boast the fifth-best defence in the league, and after only losing 2-0 at home to Man City and away to Arsenal, a similar outcome is likely on Saturday.
Fulham finally started to live up to their billing in midweek by putting five past second-placed Sheffield United.
A game at home to Millwall – who are yet to win on the road having scored just five goals in nine away matches – is a perfect chance to register back-to-back victories for only the second time this season.
Blackburn should also cap an excellent week that has brought six points and seven goals from two away games with a third win in a row against a Bristol Rovers side that have lost eight of their last nine in all competitions.
Lyon to beat Nice, PSG to beat Monaco and Valencia v Barcelona BTTS - £10 at 7/2*
I’m sticking exclusively to Sunday games this weekend, and will hopefully be able to put my feet up and watch this treble roll in.
Lyon have won four of their last five in Ligue 1 and haven’t conceded in four, and I fancy them against a Nice side that have won just one of their last seven.
Later in the day, PSG should follow up their 7-1 battering of Celtic by winning away at Monaco, who have lost three of their last six at home.
Finally, I’m banking on a cracking game with plenty of goals at the Mestalla between La Liga’s top two, who have scored a total of 65 in 24 games this season.
*Odds subject to change