Weekend Tip Sheet, 5th April 2019 | Football Betting Tips | Football Advisor

Weekend 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 8th and 10th March 2019.

Premier League | Southampton vs Liverpool

Back-to-back wins against Brighton and Spurs have given Southampton a much-needed breathing space in the race for survival. With a game in hand, the Saints are five points clear of the drop, with Friday’s match against Liverpool somewhat of a free-hit for Hasenhuttl. Liverpool are back with a chance to temporarily top the league with City playing in their FA Cup semi-final this weekend; they are unbeaten in their last six away matches with a fantastic recent record against Southampton. Liverpool haven’t conceded against Southampton in their last four league matches, with 2-0 and 3-0 wins last season fresh in their memory.

Liverpool to win @ 1.44

Both teams not to score @ 1.80

Premier League | Huddersfield vs Leicester City

Freshly relegated, Huddersfield will be a different animal for the remaining games of the season. We’ve seen it many times before, a side that has its fate sealed will often play with a freedom unrecognizable from the rest of the campaign. Leicester need to be wary of this on Saturday, and with very little to play for themselves, a home win isn’t out of the question at all. Leicester’s three wins on the bounce have seen them push into ninth, but a lack of incentive on Saturday may bite them.

Huddersfield to win @ 5.25 Free Bonus at Betway

Premier League | Everton vs Arsenal

Arsenal have to be considered one of the favourites for a top four finish now. Their game in hand this weekend could see them move up to third in the league, with Spurs, United and Chelsea all struggling to piece together consistent form. Depending on what Everton turn up on Saturday, there is likely to be very little between these two sides. Arsenal are still vulnerable on the road, with the Toffee’s finding a bit of form, too little too late. The Gunners have won their last four meetings with Everton, however, this one will be tighter than previous years.

Everton vs Arsenal draw @ 3.60

Premier League | Chelsea vs West Ham

Chelsea’s home and away form under Maurizio Sarri have been polar opposites. On the road they struggle to break down sides and forge any real attacking threat, however, at Stamford Bridge things seem to tick over fairly smoothly. Wednesday’s inclusion of Loftus-Cheek, Hudson-Odoi, Emerson and Christensen was a sign that the Italian was bowing to pressure. The Blues looked revitalized in their quest for fourth spot, with Hazard shining once again. West Ham have very little to play for, with their away form a concern for Pellegrini.

Chelsea to win and over 3.5 goals @ 2.75

FA Cup | Man City vs Brighton

Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final has a very one-sided feel to it. City are still fighting on three fronts this season in an attempt to bag a historic treble; they are sweeping teams aside after a mini-blip before Christmas last year. Brighton got exposed by Chelsea on Wednesday but should field a stronger team at Wembley. City have won their last three fixtures with Brighton by a two goal cushion – previous to that they fought to a 2-2 League Cup draw in 2008. Pep is unlikely to let the FA Cup slip away after balancing his squad so well. Brighton’s best work comes at the AMEX and may struggled at the National Stadium.

Man City 3-0 Brighton @ 6.00

Championship | Brentford vs Derby County

Every point counts for the Rams at this stage of the season, as they bid to keep their playoff hopes alive nearing the end of the regular season. A 6-1 hammering of Rotherham last weekend holds them in fine scoring form traveling to West London, however, the Bees have looked good at Griffin Park all season. Winning five of their last six home league matches scoring 17 goals, Brentford will feel capable of denting Derby on Saturday afternoon, with a last minute dash themselves not completely out of the question. 

Both teams to score @ 1.61

Championship | Bolton vs Ipswich Town 

It’s 23rd vs 24th in a desperate attempt to regain any form of pride in two abysmal campaigns in the Championship. The visitors are all but relegated sitting 13 points from safety, however, a win for Bolton on Saturday could see them go within two points of Millwall who are teetering on the edge of the drop. Bolton’s problem has been scoring goals this season, but up against the second worst defence in the league should allow them to forge chances. A win last weekend at QPR was tainted by staff not being paid on time, however, the hosts won’t give up so easily on survival.

Bolton to win @ 2.60

Serie A | Juventus vs Milan

It’s a nervy time for Milan fans. Desperate to return to the Champions League, the Rossoneri are struggling to get over the line as we approach the end of the season. Three league matches without a win have seen them be put under pressure from four teams just four points below them; a loss to Juventus this weekend would open up a Hunger Games style race for that fourth spot. Milan haven’t beaten Juventus since 2016, losing their last six meetings. Looking at the form of both sides, it’s hard to forge an argument for a change in this momentum. 

Juventus to win @ 1.75

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