Before becoming a Sports Journalist for Free Super Tips, Aaron spent three years studying Sports Journalism at the University of Sunderland while taking in the Black Cats' 'glory years' under Martin O'Neill. Now back in Northern Ireland he turns niche stats into predictions for FST, while he's one of the few people on this island who is equally comfortable at Windsor Park and the Aviva.
Liverpool’s thumping win over United won’t dominate the headlines for long, as a packed week of football starts on Monday as the Premier League round wraps up.
With seven busy days ahead, we’ve ran through this week’s slate to select one home win per day. Together those tips make up our 61/1 Home Heroes accumulator, which you can back below.
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Home Heroes Accumulator
Monday – Brentford to beat Fulham
These two west London sides are in fine form coming into Monday night’s clash, but Brentford are unbeaten at home in the league since meeting Arsenal in September. The Bees have picked up six home wins so far this term and they meet a Fulham side who have lost five games on the road since returning to the top flight.
Only Man City have picked up more points across the last eight games (19) than Brentford (16). Back that good run to continue.
Tuesday – Plymouth to beat Derby
Plymouth continue their title charge on Tuesday night against play-off hopefuls Derby, with the Rams coming into this off the back of two away defeats. Having been beaten 3-2 at Wycombe and 4-1 at Barnsley, it’s hard to have much hope in Derby ahead of their visit to the league’s best home side.
Plymouth have won 15 of 17 home games this term and they look well-priced to claim another.
Wednesday – Celtic to beat Hearts
Celtic routed St Mirren 5-1 at the weekend, which was the fourth time in five games that they’ve scored four or more goals. The hosts have won their last nine home games, while they’ve got a perfect record at their own ground in league after 13 home matches.
The Bhoys have scored 41 and conceded just seven through that run, so back them to see off a Hearts side who have managed only three wins in 13 league trips, losing five.
Thursday – Roma to beat Real Sociedad
Roma made it through the Europa League’s play-off round with a 2-0 home win over Salzburg and they will hope home advantage can make the difference again. Jose Mourinho’s side have won six of their seven home games to nil in this calendar year, only slipping up in a cup game with a rotated side.
Real Sociedad have scored in just one of their last four away games, while they’ve claimed only one win in their last seven matches overall. Considering the form of both sides, Roma are well-priced to claim another home win.
Friday – Lille to beat Lyon
Lille boast one of Ligue 1’s best home records, having claimed 27 points from 13 matches so far this term. They’ve won five of their last six at home in all competitions, scoring at least twice in each of their victories.
Lyon have yet to win away to any side above them in Ligue 1, losing five of their six trips to top-half teams. Meanwhile, Lille have won six of their nine home meetings with sides below them in the table, so back them for the points.
Saturday – Burnley to beat Wigan
Burnley remain unbeaten at Turf Moor in the league this term and Vincent Kompany’s side can take a huge step towards promotion with a victory over second-bottom Wigan. The Latics have won just four of 16 away trips this term and hardly look a match for the team with the Championship’s best home record.
The Clarets have won 13 of 18 home games this season and they already hammered Wigan 5-1 in the reverse meeting. Given that the Latics have conceded 15 goals across four defeats to the top three, Kompany’s side should prove too strong.
Sunday – Norwich to beat Sunderland
Norwich City have turned a corner under David Wagner, winning four of their last five in the Championship. The Canaries have a great opportunity to extend that and boost their top six hopes considering they meet a Sunderland side who have lost their last three.
The Black Cats have conceded nine goals across their last three and they have lost three of their four visits to the top six. The Canaries won 1-0 when these two sides met earlier this season and we’re backing them to round off this week’s long haul.
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