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.
A comfortable 3-0 win for Wolfsburg on Sunday got in-form Racing Post tipster Liam Flin back to winning ways as he landed his sixth winning tip in his last seven attempts, and the European football enthusiast is back again on Sunday alongside five other top tipsters from FST and the Racing Post.
At the time of writing I’m on a six-tip winning streak and awaiting the result of Fiorentina vs Lazio, while Simon Winter has won four of his last six and Joe Champion is hoping to make it two from two after his successful debut a couple of weeks ago.
It’s all about Europe with our top tipsters this Sunday, with all six of our experts looking towards the continent to find the best value. Half of them chose France’s Ligue 1 as their destination, while Italy, Germany and the Netherlands all feature as well.
Football journalist and Championship / Serie A expert for FST.
Parma vs Atalanta – Atalanta to win & both teams to score at 11/8
Atalanta are in a five-way fight for three Champions League places and the free-flowing side are out to continue some fine form this weekend. The visitors have claimed 20 of the last 24 points available to them in Serie A, while opponents Parma lost for the fifth game in a row last time out to have their relegation confirmed.
However, six of the hosts’ last seven have seen both teams score. They’re putting up a fight going forward despite their struggles and we think they can notch against an Atalanta side who have seen both teams score in their last three games on the road. Given that run, back Atalanta to win a high-scoring game.
Sports Editor at Free Super Tips.
Reims vs Monaco – Monaco over 1.5 team goals at 8/15
Monaco’s hopes of a repeat of their 2016/17 Ligue 1 success were all but extinguished as they lost to Lyon last weekend but they still have Champions League qualification to fight for and they can get back on track against a Reims side with very little to play for in the final three games of the season.
Despite their loss to Lyon last Sunday, Monaco remained impressive going forward in that dramatic five goal thriller, which culminated in a brawl and four red cards after the final whistle. They netted twice in that game and have now scored 17 goals across their last six Ligue 1 matches, scoring at least two in five of those. Reims, meanwhile, have shipped five in their last two and were beaten 3-1 to Marseille in their last home assignment.
Premier League expert and journalist at Free Super Tips.
Feyenoord vs Ajax – Ajax to win at 8/15
Having just lifted silverware, recently crowned Dutch champions Ajax will strut into the Stadion Feijenoord to face their traditional rivals and the Amsterdam giants have the class to prolong their title party at their host’s expense.
Ajax have won seven of their last eight meetings with Feyenoord and their tails will be up after a run of 14 wins and two draws in 16 Dutch top-tier assignments. Back Erik ten Hag’s troops to assert their dominance on Sunday.
Football journalist at Racing Post.
Cologne vs Freiburg – Cologne to win at 1/1
Back-to-back Bundesliga wins over Leipzig and Augsburg have given Cologne a real chance of securing survival and they can enhance their claims further with victory over Freiburg.
The visitors, who must deal with the quick turnaround after being thrashed 3-0 at struggling Hertha Berlin on Thursday, have lost six of their last eight away league games, which includes four straight defeats.
Football journalist at Racing Post.
St Etienne vs Marseille – Marseille to win at 11/10
Marseille’s Europa League hopes suffered a blow when they drew with Strasbourg last time out but Jorge Sampaoli’s men can bounce back with an away win at St-Etienne.
L’OM have been generally excellent since Sampaoli took charge in February, winning five of their last eight matches to move into pole position in the battle for a fifth-placed finish, and they have scored three goals in each of their last two away matches.
St-Etienne are heading for a mid-table finish and, while Les Verts have been in decent form recently, they have struggled at home this season, picking up just 18 points and suffering defeats against Lens, Monaco and Brest in three of their last four at the Geoffrey-Guichard.
Football journalist and La Liga and Bundesliga expert at Racing Post.
Strasbourg vs Montpellier – Strasbourg to win at 4/6
Montpellier have a French Cup semi-final encounter with Paris Saint-Germain on the horizon and could be distracted going into this weekend’s Ligue 1 clash with Strasbourg.
They have lost their last two assignments with Nice and St-Etienne in the league and are facing a Strasbourg side who are not yet guaranteed safety and have plenty of incentive to win.
Strasbourg earned a draw with Marseille last time out but had led until the 86th-minute in that contest and can take all three points on Sunday.
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