Midweek Tip Sheet, 2nd April 2019 | Football Betting Tips | Football Advisor

Midweek Tip Sheet 

The following are our best football betting tips from the selected fixtures in the English Premier League, The Championship and across Europes Major leagues, and League Cups covering matches taking place between the 5th to the 7th March 2019

Premier League | Watford vs Fulham

Watford is still battling to finish seventh, but will no doubt be prioritizing the weekend’s FA Cup semi-final. Fulham isn’t far away from following Huddersfield in their relegation confirmation, with their away form a constant struggle this season. The Cottagers have shipped far too many goals this season; Watford’s strength in midfield will lead to further problems for Parker’s defence. This may struggle to catch fire, with Watford stealing it late on. 

Watford 1-0 Fulham @ 10.00

Premier League | Wolves vs Man United

Nuno chose to rest players at Burnley on the weekend, with a loss to Dyche’s side emphasizing their lack in depth. Wolves haven’t had to rely on a big squad this season, with their core of players enabling them to push into the top half with ease. United are well in the race for a top-four finish and will look to turn up the heat on Spurs and Arsenal with another away three points under Solskjaer. Wolves won this fixture 2-1 in the cup just three weeks ago; revenge will be sweet, and arguably more important.

Man United to win @ 1.90 Free Bonus at Betway

Premier League | Chelsea vs Brighton

It’s once again crunch time for Sarri. After a small turnaround in form, it’s back to bleak performances and questionable starting elevens for a Chelsea side swimming against the tide of ‘Sarriball’. The Blues look much better at home, with Brighton’s focus on the weekend’s FA Cup semi-final perhaps hindering their chances. Hazard and Callum Hudson-Odoi have a big chance of starting, with Willian and Pedro being preferred in Cardiff. Chelsea may be struggling, but are unlikely to trip over the Seagulls.

Chelsea-Chelsea HT-FT @ 1.80

Premier League | Man City vs Cardiff City

Warnock will still be raging over the decisions made against his side in Sunday’s 2-1 loss to Chelsea. It could prove vital in the race for survival, with a trip to City the last fixture the Bluebirds would have wanted off the back of such disappointment. Pep has seven matches to win in order to retain the Premier League title; Liverpool continues to breathe down their necks. Gabriel Jesus may be trusted with a start at the Etihad, with City forced to rotate still playing across three competitions. Cardiff will struggle to breach the home defence in open play.

Man City to win and both teams not to score @ 1.61

Championship | Swansea City vs Brentford 

One win in their last six outings has seen Swansea slip down the Championship standings out of any real contention. It’s their away form that’s been the bigger issue, with life at the Liberty Stadium keeping their heads above water. The Swans have won this fixture in the last three attempts, with relative ease. The Bees are still struggling on the road registering just three away wins in all competitions all season. Swansea has struggled for goals this season; a win will come by the narrowest of scorelines.

Swansea win @ 2.62

Championship | Middlesbrough vs Bristol City

Middlesbrough is in free-fall. Winless in their last five matches, Tony Pulis’ side have slipped down into eighth position having had a stronghold on a playoff spot. It’s now a race for fifth and sixth between Boro and a handful of other sides looking to replace Aston Villa and Derby County. Bristol City is on 58 points along with Middlesbrough and can’t afford to be leapfrogged by the hosts. We’re due a draw in this fixture, with narrow victories for either side dominating the results in the last few seasons.

Middlesbrough vs Bristol City draw @ 3.40

Serie A | Milan vs Udinese

Back-to-back defeats for Milan have seen them slip to fourth in Serie A, with Atalanta and Roma knocking on the door for that final Champions League spot behind them. Gattuso’s side has looked flat against Inter and Sampdoria, with a home fixture against struggling Udinese the perfect antidote for their problems. The visitors are arguably the form side of the bottom half, taking three wins from their last five; their lack of goals have dragged them down this campaign, averaging under a goal a game.

Milan to win and both teams to score @ 3.50

Serie A  | Cagliari vs Juventus

With 19 strikes for his new club this season, Cristiano Ronaldo will be eyeing up the top of the Serie A goalscorer charts, currently occupied by Sampdoria’s Quagliarella. Juve is cantering to another league title having only dropped nine points this campaign; a majority of Cagliari’s win this season have come at the Sardegna Arena so will be relying on catching the visitors napping. The form of the home side could lead to a shock in Sardinia, with Juventus losing three of their last matches on the road. 

Cagliari vs Juventus draw @ 3.60

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  • jim

    this won’t get posted, so i’m not sure why i’m writing – but i signed up for £10 per week – got first tips on 3rd day (better late than never i suppose) – first day lost on 2nd bet, 2nd day the odds were half what was being advised, 3rd day onwards no tips at all, and no communication from seller either

    avoid i’d say

    i’ve asked for a refund, im gonna wait outcome before writing a report for a tipping blog

    • Jon @ Football Advisor

      Hi Jim

      I do find it interesting that instead of contacting our support team ([email protected]), you write this on an unrelated blog post.

      Furthermore, the issue is your BT Internet address. I have contacted you and can show you that we have sent emails and all the information to you every day. It is being delivered but not opened, so I can only assume it is either in a folder or your spam folder – please check.



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