Our football tips for Tuesday come from the FA Cup, League One, League Two and the DFB-Pokal.

Liverpool to beat Chelsea (19:45)

This feels like a big price for a side that has won 26 of their 28 Premier League games this season, even after they were beaten 3-0 at Watford on Saturday.

Liverpool beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge in the league in September and come into this with five victories from their last seven matches.

Chelsea had to come from behind to draw 2-2 with Bournemouth on Saturday and have won two of their last eight in all competitions, while they have lost two out of three at home.

Sheffield United to beat Reading & under 3.5 goals (19:45)

Reading beat 23rd-placed Barnsley 2-0 on Saturday, but that was only their second victory in 12 matches in all competitions.

The Royals have been taken to replays by League One Blackpool and Championship Cardiff in the FA Cup this season, while 19 of their last 21 matches have had three or fewer goals.

Sheffield United have won three of their last four in all competitions and there have been fewer than four goals in 30 of their 31 matches this term.

Fleetwood to beat Ipswich (19:45)

Fleetwood have lost just one of their last 15 matches, including none of their last eight.

Joey Barton’s side have won five of their last six as part of that sequence, with Sunderland’s stoppage-time equaliser in a 1-1 draw last week halting their winning run.

Ipswich lost 2-1 at Blackpool on Saturday and have slipped to ninth in the table following a run of five defeats and a draw from their last seven matches.

BTTS in Swindon v Scunthorpe (19:45)

Scunthorpe earned a 2-2 draw away to promotion-chasing Port Vale last weekend, meaning BTTS has landed in four of their last five matches in all competitions on the road.

The Iron have both scored and conceded in seven of their 11 games against the current top seven in League Two, while Swindon have only failed to score in five of their 34 league games this season.

Richie Wellens’ side won 3-1 at home to Grimsby in their last home game, meaning this bet would have been a winner in four of their last five games at the County Ground.

Bayern Munich (-2) to beat Schalke (19:45)

Schalke lost 3-0 away to Cologne at the weekend, extending their winless run to seven matches in all competitions, excluding extra time.

David Wagner’s side had been thumped 5-0 at home to RB Leipzig in their previous game, while their current sequence of results began with a 5-0 defeat at Bayern Munich at the end of January.

Bayern hammered Hoffenheim 6-0 away from home last Saturday and have won 12 of their last 13 matches in all competitions, with six of those victories coming by a margin of three or more goals.

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