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Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
February 6, 2021
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

FST are back again to team up with a different trio of top tipsters on Sunday as we look to squeeze as much value as possible out of a jam-packed fixture lsit.

Aaron Rogan, Alex Wrigley and Simon Winter of FST are joined by former Premier League player Scott Minto and Racing Post duo Steve Davies and Aaron Ashley as we build a huge 80/1 accumulator.

At the time of writing we can celebrate three decent sized winners from yesterday’s action, and Mark Langdon – who has picked an incredible ten winners from 12 – still has his tip to play. Aaron Rogan hit an 11/8 winner as Brentford destroyed Middlesbrough and Alex Wrigley’s Freiburg double chance tip at 6/5 came flying in too. The biggest winner of the day came from James Milton, who tipped Harrogate to beat Crawley at a tasty 19/10.

Remember to check out the rest of our football betting tips here.

Sunday’s Experts Acca

Aaron Rogan

Football journalist and Serie A and Championship expert at Free Super Tips

Montpellier vs Dijon – Both teams to score at 10/11

Montpellier have the worst form in Ligue 1 over the last eight games, while they’ve conceded in 100% of their home games this term. Only four sides have outscored them in Ligue 1 this term, but only three have conceded more goals.

Montpellier have seen both teams score in 75% of their home games, while they meet a Dijon side who have shipped 20 goals in their 11 trips this term. The visitors have one clean sheet to show from those away games this season, so back these two poor defences both conceding this weekend.

Alex Wrigley

Sports Editor at Free Super Tips.

Hamilton vs Rangers – Rangers to win to nil at 8/13

You might have noticed Rangers to win to nil popping up frequently in my best bet choices, and that’s because the bookies continue to underestimate Steven Gerrard’s rock-solid defence.

The Gers have conceded just seven goals all season in the Scottish Premiership and, while most of these have come away from home, they have still won to nil in six of their last nine away games.

On Sunday they face bottom-of-the-table Hamilton and, if their 8-0 demolition of them in November is anything to go by, it could be a bloodbath. The hosts have failed to score in three of their last four and in four of their last six at home and their last two meetings with Rangers have resulted in a 10-0 aggregate scoreline. Expect another ruthless showing from the champions-elect.

Simon Winter

Premier League expert and journalist at Free Super Tips.

Nantes vs Lille – Lille to win at 4/5

Nantes are without a Ligue 1 win in a miserable 14-games, and Les Canaris aren’t expected to take flight against a red-hot Lille outfit on Sunday.

The division’s front-runners have won five matches in a row, and Lille’s 3-0 triumph at Bordeaux last time out was a real statement of intent.

Scott Minto

Former Premier League footballer and host of the Different League podcast.

Liverpool vs Manchester City – Draw at 13/5

A lot of these heavyweight Premier League clashes have failed to live up to the hype and I can see a really tight clash developing at Anfield with not too many goals which brings the draw even more into play.

The key to this game is the fact Manchester City do not need to win and I can see Pep Guardiola’s team controlling large parts of the game to keep Liverpool at bay.

Liverpool, despite recent results in defeat to Burnley and Brighton, still have to be considered a strong team at home given what they have done over a number of years rather than the last few days.

Aaron Ashley

Football journalist at Racing Post.

Nimes vs Monaco – Monaco to win & over 2.5 goals at 20/21

Monaco have won six on the spin in Ligue 1, while bottom club Nimes have suffered seven straight league defeats on home soil.

This should prove a straightforward task for Niko Kovac’s crew and punters can eek out extra value by backing the match to feature at least three goals.

Monaco are scoring at a high rate – they have netted 18 goals in racking up those six successes – and only four times from their 23 league games this season has over 2.5 goals not been a winning selection.

Steve Davies

Football journalist at Racing Post

Wolves vs Leicester – Leicester to win at 11/10

Wolves managed to snap an eight-game winless streak with a 2-1 win over Arsenal on Tuesday night, though playing against ten men for a half and nine men by the end made the task a whole lot easier.

Leicester at home, however, is an entirely different challenge with Brendan Rodgers’ Foxes flying and seemingly maintaining their best displays for the road where they have won a joint-high eight times already.


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