IT was a mixed day for punters on Saturday. Spurs, Rangers, Arsenal and Norwich would've all been on numerous Accas but then again so would the likes of Falkirk, Hibs, Aberdeen and Hearts – all of whom failed to win.
Wins were few and far between for our tipsters but well done to everyone that managed to beat the bookies, there were a few nice winners among the comments.
Two matches survive in the Premier League on Sunday. Both Leicester and Chelsea have the chance to move in to third in the table with a win, standing in their way are Newcastle and Manchester City respectively.
City languish in 8th place having won just 50% of their games so far. They're far from out of the picture with a couple of games in hand but need to start consistantly picking up three is they're to be serious title challengers. SlipsTips and Kev Mac preview the games below.
- Newcastle v Leicester City Match Preview & Tips – 2.15pm
- Chelsea v Manchester City Match Preview & Tips – 4.30pm
- Accumulator Tips: Sunday’s 5/1 Four-Fold Acca
- SlipsTips Tips: Milan to flex their muscles
- VIP Tips: Banker Bet, Bonkers Bet & VIP Acca
Serie A makes a welcome return on Sunday and it's been good for goals for his season. Roma v Sampdoria, Parma v Torino and Inter v Crotone look most likely to oblige for Over 2.5 Goals backers.
Dortmund and Bayern are in action in Germany but it would take a brave man to back a Dortmund side at 8/15 when they actually sit two points below opponents Wolfsburg and have won just one of their last five in the Bundesliga.
The Inter, Bayern and Juventus Treble will be popular with big hitters. Backing it at Bet365 grants you a 5% bonus which takes the payout to 91/100.
Over 2.5 Goals Treble
- Inter v Crotone
- Roma v Sampdoria
- FC Eindhoven v Cambuur
- Pays 2.07/1 at Bet365
As ever, please post your tips for the weekend in the comments section below.
Sunday's Racing Tips
Ibleo was the sole winner on Saturday for both Thommo and Voice of Value when he obliged at 13/8. He fires two bullets at Southwell on Sunday.
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