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Experts' Best Bets: 5 tipsters pick out a 63/1 accumulator for Sunday!

Updated on 5:54pm GMT 18 December 2021
Experts' Best Bets: 5 tipsters pick out a 63/1 accumulator for Sunday!

Sports Journalist at FST, Gareth qualified as a journalist after graduating from university and spent over a decade as a freelance broadcast journalist, commentator and tipster before joining FST. Now living in Manchester, he is a long suffering Bolton Wanderers fan who also enjoys boxing, the NBA, tennis and rugby league.

It’s the weekend before Christmas and we’ve got a full Sunday of action as the European leagues prepare for their winter break. While Saturday’s schedule was hit with postponements, Sunday’s slate remains mostly intact.

With a busy day ahead we’ve called on three Racing Post tipsters to join us for another round of Experts’ Best Bets. You can see our five picks below, which combine for a huge 63/1 accumulator covering some of Sunday’s biggest games.

63/1 Experts’ Accumulator

Aaron Rogan

Sports journalist at Free Super Tips

AC Milan vs Napoli – AC Milan to win at 5/4

Napoli made a brilliant start to this Serie A campaign but injuries have hampered them. The visitors were keeping pace with Milan at the top before a run of one win in six, which leaves them as outsiders heading into this clash with the Rossoneri.

Milan have won six of their last eight home league games and they have already claimed big wins at Atalanta and Roma this term. Meanwhile, Napoli have lost to two of the three sides above them and I’m backing them to slip-up against another top-three outfit.

Gareth Freeman

Sports journalist at Free Super Tips

Torino vs Verona – Torino to win at 6/5

Torino are having a tough season but they are unbeaten in their last three in Serie A and at home have been fairly strong.  Il Toro have won four of their last five home games and their only defeats have come at the hands of city rivals Juventus and Atalanta.

Verona have lost their last two games and their only win away from home this season has come at Venezia.  Torino might not be in particularly impressive form right now but they are at least picking up wins at the Stadio Olimpico and they can claim another three points in Turin on Sunday.

Dan Childs

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Tottenham vs Liverpool – Liverpool at 8/13

Liverpool were missing Virgil van Dijk and Fabinho against Newcastle on Thursday but they still impressed in a fairly comfortable 3-1 success and should follow up with a victory over Tottenham in north London.

Coping with Liverpool’s intensity is always a challenge and Tottenham’s task has been made much more difficult by the recent Covid-19 outbreak which has affected several of their players.

Antonio Conte must decide which players are fit enough to start the game but it is unlikely that Spurs will be anywhere near their best and a lack of energy from the hosts should open the door for Liverpool to register their ninth successive victory.

James Milton

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Spezia vs Empoli – Empoli at 31/20

Two teams heading in opposite directions in the Serie A table meet on Sunday and Empoli look a nice price to claim a sixth win in nine away matches this season.

Their first victory of the campaign was a 1-0 victory at Juventus and they won by the same scoreline at highflying Napoli last weekend before a 4-3 midweek success at Verona in the Coppa Italia.

Spezia, in contrast, are slipping towards the relegation zone after losing five of their last seven league games, four of them to nil, and they were beaten 2-0 at home by Serie B Lecce in the cup on Thursday.

Ian Wilkerson

Sports journalist at Racing Post

Athletic Bilbao vs Real Betis – Real Betis at 5/2

Only leaders Real Madrid have won more away games in La Liga than Real Betis this season and a trip to Bilbao gives Los Verdiblancos a great chance to secure their sixth success on the road this season.

Bilbao have failed to win any of their last eight league games and they are set to be weakened by the absence of two Covid-19 sufferers, goalkeeper Unai Simon and defender Inigo Martinez.

They have scored just nine goals in eight home games and they could struggle against Betis, who have their eyes on Champions League qualification.

The visitors won 1-0 at Barcelona in their last away game and should have also gleaned plenty of confidence from a 4-0 home success against pacesetters Real Sociedad in their last outing.

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