Back goals as Spurs go to Molineux
Get Berbatov's bet for Man U v Luton
Magpies to bounce back at Bournemouth
Premier League Tips & Predictions
Kevin Hatchard: "Our friends at Opta tell us that Wolves have scored at least once in their last ten Premier League matches, but they have only kept one clean sheet in their last 14. With Spurs' commitment to attacking football and the absence of their first-choice centre-back pairing, I fancy backing Over 2.5 Goals here.
"Seven of Tottenham's 11 PL games have featured three goals or more, and that's true of six of Wolves' 11. BTTS has landed in Wolves' last five home games.
"I'll use Over 2.5 Goals to kick off a Bet Builder, with Over 7.5 Corners and a Heung-Min Son shot on target thrown in to take us up to 2.4. Both teams' games in the Premier League average well above the eight we need, and Son has already scored eight times in the top flight this term. Indeed, the South Korean has managed at least one shot on target in his last eight outings in the league."
Alex Boyes: "All five of Eddie Nketiah's Premier League goals for Arsenal this season have come at the Emirates Stadium, with only Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (6) scoring more home goals in the competition so far this
"Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 37 home league games against promoted sides (W32 D5), inlcuding a 5-0 win over Sheffield United last time out. Burnley, on the other hand, are the joint-lowest scorers in the Premier League so far (8) and have the second worse defence (27) behind the Blades (30)."
Dimitar Berbatov: "Man United have to be careful because these teams that are near the bottom of the table have nothing to lose. They'll stay disciplined in defence and then attack you like they did against Liverpool; they can surprise people.
"Man United have to keep it simple, be deadly in attack and don't leave it until the 90th minute, and no red cards for Christ sake! It's a must-win for Man United so I'll go with them to win."
Paul Higham: "A trip to face one-win Bournemouth as 4/6 favourites gives the Magpies a great opportunity get get back to winning ways after their defeat to Dortmund in the Champions League.
"The Cherries have scored just four home goals this season and that could cost them, as although Newcastle have drawn their last two away they have been 2-2 games and it's unlikely the hosts would be able to keep pace in a shootout.
"Still, there are some away nerves there with Newcastle winning just one of five, but goals have been flowing at the Vitality Stadium and there's still more quality in for the visiting squad even with injuries to come out on top."
EFL Tips & Predictions
NTT20 says: "Despite the poor recent results, there hasn't been too much to worry about in terms of Sunderland's performances, which included a spirited display when losing away at Leicester, which is no tragedy even if it was something of a travesty.
"Birmingham have been poor on the road, picking up just four of their 19 points away from home. Influential midfielder Kristian Bielik is also suspended for this one after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season, which is a hammer blow for Rooney as he looks for his first win as Blues manager.
"We can also take the Match Odds 90 offer here with minimal impact on the odds, meaning this leg will be paid out as a winner if the home side are ahead at 90:00 regardless of what happens after that."
Alan Dudman: "It's local Derby time with Posh entertaining Cambridge, and a case of matching up Peterborough's home form against Cambridge's poor one on the road, and the former shades it and deserve to be 8/15 for this.
"Posh have lost none of their last five home league games (W3 D2), last enjoying a longer unbeaten home run between November 2020 and February 2021 (nine games), and are fully cemented as a top four side at the moment with 28 points form their 16 games.
"I just cannot see where the goals are coming from with the visitors, as they have netted just four times on the road and have an xG away of just 1.03."
European Football Tips & Predictions
Kevin Hatchard: "Heidenheim aren't the type of team to just dig in and hope for the best, and I expect them to go for it here, whatever the consequences may be. Bayern have already scored 54 goals in all competitions, and I think we'll see another goalfest here.
"An Over 4.5 Goals bet has landed in four of Heidenheim's 10 league games, and I can see Bayern running up a big score here, so I'll back Any Other Home Win in the Correct Score market at 1.8 on the Exchange. As long as Bayern score four and win, we are in business, and that has landed in four of their ten league games. Already at home this term they have beaten Bochum 7-0 and Darmstadt 8-0."
Jamie Kemp: "There are parallels between this Valencia side and the Rayo Vallecano one who Real Madrid could only draw 0-0 against last weekend.
"Both sides are quick on the break, play with abundant energy, and are comfortable defending deep in 4-4-2 blocks when the game calls for it. As always, it'll require the underdog to have their day and the home side to have an off day, but Valencia have the ingredients to make it tough - just as Rayo did.
"With Real Madrid sparing some legs, and getting much needed goals for both Vinícius Júnior and Rodrygo in midweek, they come into this game in decent shape physically and emotionally. I expect they'll have the edge come the final whistle, but I'm backing Valencia to make them earn it at the Bernabéu."
James Eastham: "Monaco are the division's second-highest scorers, and their talent up front alone (Folarin Balogun, Wissam Ben Yedder, Takumi Minamino, in-form youngster Maghnes Akliouche) should ensure they collect all three points.
"Le Havre's record so far this season is a respectable W3-D5-L3 but they haven't played as well as those stats suggests. Last weekend, for example, they were lucky to win 2-1 at Toulouse. There's no reason to believe they'll be able live with Monaco this weekend."
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