The FA Cup action continues into Sunday and, along with fixtures in Spain, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands, that leaves us spoiled for choice when we’re on the hunt for some Sunday value. But fear not.
We’re blessed with a range of fantastic tipsters here at FST, as you can see from our roundup of huge winners in 2020. But we’re far from the only tipsters around, so we’ve teamed up with a trio of football experts to build a 16/1 accumulator on Sunday.
Saturday’s action saw James Milton continue his fine form with a 4/5 winner as Norwich beat Coventry. That makes it four wins from five for the Racing Post hotshot, while Dan Childs’ second contribution to this feature was hampered by the postponement of Scunthorpe vs Bradford.
At the time of writing Leicester are on track to land Mark Langdon’s fourth winner of the series, while Alex Wrigley’s AC Milan tip doesn’t kick off until 7:45pm and he’s also on the hunt for his fourth winner.
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Serie A and Championship writer and journalist at Free Super Tips.
Parma vs Lazio – Lazio over 1.5 team goals at 8/13
Parma have lost four games on the spin, conceding a total of 12 times. The hosts have lost each of their last seven encounters with Lazio and the visitors come here fired on by the impressive form of Ciro Immobile.
The Italian forward has scored in all but one of his last 15 appearances, with Lazio hitting 1.75 goals per game on the road. Given that Parma have conceded 1.94 per home match, the visitors look good to bag a couple of goals.
Sports Editor at Free Super Tips.
Ajax vs PSV – Ajax over 1.5 team goals at 8/15
Ajax boast a near-perfect record at the Johan Cruijff Arena, winning six of their seven Eredivisie matches there and scoring 25 goals in the process. They have notched at least two goals in all but one of their home matches and have beaten rivals PSV in three of the last four meetings.
PSV have shown improvements this season but are still struggling on the road, winning just one of their last four trips. They have only kept one clean sheet on their travels and have conceded twice – at Vitesse and Heerenveen – in their last four trips.
Premier League expert and journalist at Free Super Tips.
Manchester City vs Birmingham – Man City over 2.5 team goals at 8/13
Fresh from booking their place in the Carabao Cup final at Manchester rivals United’s expense on Wednesday, Man City turn their attentions to FA Cup pursuits on Sunday, where the Citizens are favourites to stampede to victory against an ordinary Birmingham outfit.
The struggling Blues were beaten in five of their last six assignments, and worryingly for manager Aitor Karanka – Birmingham shipped four goals in two of their most recent three defeats. Even with a rotated team, Manchester City have the quality and class to cut their leaky Championship visitors to ribbons on Sunday.
Sports journalist at Racing Post
Arminia Bielefeld vs Hertha Berlin – Hertha Berlin to win at 17/20
Arminia Bielefeld have lost ten of their last 12 Bundesliga matches and look set for more misery at home to Hertha Berlin. The hosts have won only three of their 14 games this season but even those victories were recorded against bottom two Mainz and Schalke and fellow strugglers Cologne, who are 15th and only one point and place above Uwe Neuhaus’s Blues.
Back Hertha, who have lost only two of their last nine games and avoided defeat on recent trips to Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Moenchengladbach, to have their measure.
Football journalist and La Liga and Bundesliga expert at Racing Post
Levante vs Eibar – Levante to win at 13/10
Levante’s Estadi Ciutat de Valencia has not been an easy venue for La Liga outfits to visit of late with Paco Lopez’s men having claimed the scalps of Getafe, Real Sociedad and Real Betis on home soil recently.
They should fancy their chances again when they host Eibar this weekend with the travelling side short of quality in the final third, netting only 14 goals in 17 league contests in 2020-21 and winning only one of their previous five games on the road.
Head of Sports Content at Racing Post and regular appearances in The Guardian, FourFourTwo and more.
Manchester City vs Birmingham – Man City to win to nil at 1/2
Even Pep Guardiola’s probable rotation is unlikely to knock Man City off their stride and they should be able to beat Birmingham without conceding. Full-backs Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy are set to return to the team and Rodri can hold things together in midfield for a City side that has conceded three goals in 12 games.
Birmingham have collected one point from the last six and failed to score in three with just five shots on target across those last 270 minutes.
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