We've compiled our best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Tuesday's matches.
Under 2.5 goals in Bristol Rovers v Sunderland (19:45)
Sunderland have scored just 13 away league goals away this season – the third-fewest in League One.
The Black Cats lost 1-0 at Coventry last time out on the road, with 14 of their last 16 away games in all competitions registering under this mark.
Bristol Rovers have only scored more than one goal in one of their last 13 matches, having drawn eight blanks during that sequence.
A goal scored between 76 and 90 minutes in Blackpool v Tranmere (19:45)
Joe Nuttall scored a stoppage-time winner in Blackpool’s 2-1 victory over Ipswich last time out at Bloomfield Road – their third straight game to feature a goal in added time.
There has been a goal during this window in five of Blackpool’s last six home games.
Tranmere, meanwhile, have seen goals in the last 15 minutes in each of their last three matches.
Jamie Murphy (Burton) to score v Bolton (19:45)
Murphy is in decent form, having scored five goals in his last eight games for Burton since joining on loan from Rangers in January.
The Scot averages more shots per game than any other Brewers player (2.6) and ranks fourth in League One ignoring strikers.
Bolton have kept one clean sheet in their last seven away games this season and have shipped five or more on four separate occasions.
Both teams to score & over 2.5 goals in RB Leipzig v Tottenham (20:00)
Both teams have scored in seven of RB Leipzig’s last eight home games in all competitions, with three or more goals netted in six.
That run includes a 2-2 draw with Benfica and 2-1 victory over Zenit in the Champions League group stage.
BTTS has landed in six of Tottenham’s last seven matches and, coming into this one a goal down, they will have to attack early on.
Atalanta to beat Valencia & BTTS (20:00)
Atalanta followed their 4-1 win at home to Valencia with a 7-2 victory at Lecce last weekend – the second time in three away games that they have scored seven goals.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have won five of their last six matches in all competitions, with BTTS landing in eight of their last nine.
Valencia have won just one of their last seven but, having scored in their last 13 matches at the Mestalla, should do their bit.
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