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.
Fluctuating odds are a common sight in the build up to a weekend fixture list. Managerial press conferences and emerging team news urge bettors in certain directions, and as the money builds on certain teams the odds will shorten.
The wisdom of the crowd is a very real phenomenon, and in our weekly Market Movers feature we take advantage of that wisdom by bringing you the best backed teams of the day.
This Saturday’s selections include fixtures from the Bundesliga, Serie A and League Two, all combined into a tasty 19/1 accumulator.
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Mainz vs RB Leipzig (Bundesliga, 14:30)
RB Leipzig to win at 2/5
The sale of Jean-Phillipe Mateta, who has scored ten goals for Mainz this season, has seen Mainz’s odds lengthen significantly in the build up to this game. It certainly doesn’t seem the wisest move for a relegation threatened team that have scored just 15 Bundesliga goals this season, and RB Leipzig should have no issues dispatching of the struggling hosts.
Mainz are winless in nine league games and have lost six of those, while RB Leipzig are unbeaten in their last five away games and could welcome back the likes of Christopher Nkunku, Justin Kluivert, Nordi Mukiele and Marcel Halsternberg here.
Tranmere vs Bolton (League Two, 15:00)
Tranmere to win at 2/1
Bolton will be without Kieran Lee after the midfielder picked up a muscle injury and the Trotters come into this match without a win since mid-December.
They face an improving Tranmere side that have lost just one of their last five League Two matches. The Whites have won three of their last five at Prenton Park and look excellent value against the struggling visitors.
Cambridge United vs Bradford (League Two, 15:00)
Bradford to win at 21/10
Bradford haven’t played a game since the end of December and welcome a host of new faces to the squad. Danny Rowe, Matty Foulds, Niall Canavan, Jordan Stevens, Rumarn Burrell and Will Huffer have all joined the club and, after interim managers Conor Sellars and Mark Trueman told the newcomers to make sure to take their chance, motivation will be high in the squad.
The Bantams are unbeaten in the five games under the new interim manager duo, winning three of their last four. Cambridge United may be top of the table, but two defeats in their last five home games hint at the potential for an upset here.
Udinese vs Inter Milan (Serie A, 17:00)
Inter Milan to win at 3/5
Inter Milan boast an almost fully fit squad for their trip to Udinese, with only Danilo D’Ambrosio ruled out. The visitors have won nine of their last 11 meetings with Udinese and head into this match having won seven of their last nine outings.
Udinese, by contrast, are winless in six and have lost four of those, and they haven’t won on home soil since mid-November.
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