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.
With a triple header of Premier League action and swathes of football being played across Europe, there’s plenty of value to flush out of the betting markets this Sunday, and FST have teamed up with some top football analysts to build an Experts’ Best Bets Acca to help you make the most of a wintry Sunday afternoon.
Mark Langdon tops the Experts leaderboard after his Norwich to win tip landed at 13/10 on Saturday, while Dan Childs made it two from two as Watford comfortably beat Huddersfield to land his 4/6 tip. FST’s own Alex Wrigley is hot on Mark’s tail though with his Saturday pick still to play, and should Spezia take a point or more from Torino he will be level at the top come Sunday.
This Sunday’s action focuses on the Premier League, the Scottish Premiership and Serie A. If you want more expert advice for any of Sunday’s games, check out all our football predictions here.
10/1 Experts Acca for Sunday
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Motherwell vs Rangers – Rangers to win to nil at 21/20
Rangers continued their march towards ending Celtic’s dominant reign last weekend with a 1-0 win in the Old Firm and, after following that up with a midweek triumph over Aberdeen, they will be looking forward to a somewhat easier test on Sunday.
Motherwell are winless in their last 11 in all competitions and have lost five of their last six home games, scoring just two goals on the way.
Contrastingly, Rangers are in the midst of a 15 match winning streak in the Scottish Premiership and have dropped just four points all season. They have conceded six goals in total and have won to nil in four of their last five matches.
Premier League expert and journalist at Free Super Tips.
Manchester City vs Crystal Palace – Manchester City to win and under 3.5 goals at 1/1
Despite threatening on occasion to take off, Manchester City have yet to really hit top gear this season, and the unusually goal-shy Citizens are unlikely to win big against Crystal Palace on Sunday.
City have bagged two or fewer goals in 12 of their 16 Premier League assignments since the start of the new campaign, and a well-organised Palace team that like to sit deep on the road could make their hosts work hard for their points.
Sports journalist at Racing Post
Sassuolo vs Parma – Sassuolo to win at 3/5
Parma are looking like they are in big relegation trouble and they could be heading for a sixth straight defeat away to Sassuolo.
It’s been a tough run for lowly Parma, who have suffered losses to Juventus, Lazio and Atalanta but they have also been turned over by Torino and Crotone.
Parma have failed to score in six of their last eight and free-scoring Sassuolo should have the firepower to land a cosy win.
Head of Sports Content at Racing Post and regular appearances in The Guardian, FourFourTwo and more.
Manchester City vs Crystal Palace – Manchester City to win to nil at 8/11
Crystal Palace have failed to score in their last three away games and could have trouble penetrating Manchester City’s defence.
City have kept 11 clean sheets in their last 14 matches in all competitions and Pep Guardiola’s decision to partner John Stones with Ruben Dias is working well.
The duo have started together nine times and they have conceded once – a last-minute consolation when 3-0 up at Chelsea.
Former Premier League left back and current host of the Different League podcast.
Sheffield United vs Tottenham – Sheffield United win or draw double chance at 11/10
I have played in teams that have been struggling and one win can make the world of difference so Sheffield United’s victory over Newcastle on Tuesday could give them a major boost ahead of Tottenham’s visit to Bramall Lane.
The Blades deserve to be bottom given their results but I think they have been so unfortunate to have so few points on the board.
Performances have been better than that and Tottenham are not exactly on a great run either.
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