Tuesday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Tuesday's matches.
Both teams to score in Sutton United v AFC Fylde (19:45)
BTTS has landed in 24 of AFC Fylde’s 37 league games this season – the third-highest ratio in the National League.
Both teams have bagged in each of the Coasters’ last eight away games in all competitions.
Sutton have only failed to score once in their last eight matches at Gander Green Lane, so should also do their bit.
Notts County to beat Torquay (19:45)
Third-placed Notts County thumped Eastleigh 4-0 at Meadow Lane on Saturday to record their fifth-straight victory in all competitions.
Neal Ardley’s side are top of the National League form table and within seven points of league leaders Barrow.
Torquay were beaten 2-0 by Sutton on Saturday and have won just three of their last nine.
Guiseley draw no bet v Kettering (19:45)
Kettering have picked up seven points across their last 10 matches – the fourth-fewest in the National League North.
The Poppies have managed three victories in their last 16 league games but, having drawn nine of those, it’s worth covering this in the draw no bet market.
Play-off chasing Guiseley have won back-to-back matches and three of their last five in the league.
Leamington to beat Bradford Park Avenue to nil (19:45)
Bradford Park Avenue are 13 points from safety at the bottom of the National League North and lost 2-0 at home to relegation-threatened Curzon Ashton on Saturday.
Mark Bower’s side have scored 10 away goals all season – four fewer than any other side – and have drawn blanks in four of their last eight away from the Horsfall Stadium.
Leamington have kept four straight clean sheets at home and have lost only one in nine at the New Windmill Ground.
Billericay to beat Maidstone (19:45)
Maidstone lost 3-0 away to mid-table Eastbourne on Saturday and come into this on the back of five defeats in their last six matches.
Hakan Heyrettin’s side are currently on a four-match losing streak away from home, while no side in the National League South has picked up fewer points than them in the last six matches (three).
Billericay’s only home league defeat in 14 came against second-placed Havant & Waterlooville earlier this month.
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