Football Betting Tips

In this section you'll find our free football betting tips which cover a selection of the best matches from today, tomorrow and this weekend. The predictions made by our tipsters focus on value and can easily be combined into accumulators. The predictions & tips mainly focus on domestic games with a heavy slant towards the Premier League and Championship, plus major international fixtures.

Today - 19 November 2019

19:45 - Germany v Northern Ireland

Germany to Win -1 Goal @ 1/2

On Tuesday night in Frankfurt, Joachim Low’s Germany and Michael O’Neill’s Northern Ireland meet in a UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier that is well worth tuning in to. Three points for the Germans would see them win Group C ahead of Netherlands, while Norn Iron will want to finish their group campaign with a positive result, however difficult a prospect that might appear. As expected, Die Mannschaft are the odds-on favourites to win this one at the Waldstadion in Frankfurt and there won’t be too many punters betting against them to get the job done.

Aside from a 4-2 defeat to Holland in Hamburg back in September, Germany have had a strong qualification campaign. The Germans have won six of seven qualifiers to book their place in next summer’s tournament. Northern Ireland may have missed out on the top two, but the Green and White Army have the play-offs to look forward to. Germany picked up a 2-0 win when the two nations met in Belfast a couple of months back, and we fancy a similar outcome on Tuesday. Back the hosts to win with a one goal handicap in this one at odds of 1/2.

19:45 - Scotland v Kazakhstan

Scotland Win @ 8/15

Scotland will be hoping to end UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying Group I on a high before next year’s play-offs. Steve Clarke’s troops welcome Michal Bilek’s Kazakhstan to Hampden Park on Tuesday with hopes of giving the home fans something to cheer. The Scots claimed a 2-1 win in Cyprus last time out to move into third spot. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan, who are two points behind the Scots, beat San Marino (3-1) on the road. That’s not exactly a scoreline to shout about against such minnows, but an away win is an away win.

Belgium and Russia were always the strong favourites to progress from the group. In reality, the likes of Scotland, Cyprus and Kazakhstan had no real chance of finishing in the top two. Nevertheless, Scotland can look forward to the play-offs after their performance in the UEFA Nations League. Having won their last two games in Group I, Clarke’s men will be looking for a hat-trick of qualifying victories on Tuesday. The Scotland win is available at odds of 8/15, which seems just about fair enough to grab.

19:45 - Bromley v Bristol Rovers

Bristol Rovers Win @ 7/5

Neil Smith’s Bromley and Graham Coughlan’s Bristol Rovers meet at Hayes Lane in an Emirates FA Cup replay on Tuesday night. These two sides played out a 1-1 draw when they squared off at the Memorial Stadium on 10th November. Luke Leahy gave Rovers a 1-0 lead with just 12 minutes left on the clock, but Chris Bush’s goal shortly after earned the National League side a replay.

Bristol Rovers are currently 10th in EFL League One after a decent start to their season. Meanwhile, Bromley are flying in the National League at the moment, winning 10 of 21 league games to sit second in the division behind Barrow. The home team will once again be formidable opponents for Rovers, especially at Hayes Lane, but we fancy the League One outfit to just about nick it. The Pirates are priced at very decent odds of 7/5, so get involved.

Tomorrow - 20 November 2019

19:45 - Darlington v Walsall

Darlington Win & BTTS @ 13/2

National League North side Darlington entertain EFL League Two side Walsall in an Emirates FA Cup first round replay on Wednesday evening. The Quakers currently languish in 14th place in the table at the moment, winning three of their last five league matches. As for the Saddlers, they are just above the relegation zone in League Two. Who will progress through to the second round of the FA Cup in midweek?

Darlington earned this replay at Blackwell Meadows by holding the Football League side to a 2-2 draw at the Bescot Stadium. Josef Wheatley’s goal in the 97th-minute gave Darlo a draw in an eventful cup tie in the West Midlands. Darlington may well be a couple of leagues below their opponents, but Alun Armstrong and his side will fancy their chances on home turf. Check out the excellent price of 13/2 for the hosts to win and both teams to score.

19:45 - Wycombe v Tranmere Rovers

Wycombe to Win -1 Goal @ 9/4

Wycombe Wanderers and Tranmere Rovers lock horns in an all-EFL League One Emirates FA Cup affair at Adams Park for a first round replay on Wednesday. This will be the third meeting between the two clubs in the past two weeks. Last weekend, goals from Adebayo Akinfenwa and Joe Jacobson gave the League One leaders a 2-0 league victory at Prenton Park – will Wanderers beat Rovers again?

It was a thrilling cup tie on Merseyside, with Kieron Morris scoring twice for Tranmere. At the other end, Jacobson and Alex Samuel were on the scoresheet for Wycombe. Gareth Ainsworth’s men have bigger fish to fry as they seek a place in the EFL Championship, but they should be too strong for struggling Rovers at Adams Park on Wednesday. Put a few quid on Wycombe to win with a -1 goal handicap again at odds of 9/4.

19:45 - Lincoln City v Ipswich Town

Ipswich Town to Win 1-0 @ 15/2

EFL League One sides Lincoln City and Ipswich Town do battle in an Emirates FA Cup replay at Sincil Bank on Wednesday night. Michael Appleton’s Imps held Ipswich to a 1-1 draw at Portman Road in the first game. Tyler Walker’s first half effort put City a goal up in Suffolk, with Andre Dozzell equalising for the Tractor Boys with just 11 minutes to go.

Lincoln have been hard to beat on home soil of late, winning two and drawing one of their last three at Sincil Bank in all competitions. Ipswich, meanwhile, have the best away record in League One at the moment, winning a staggering seven of their nine away games. Five of those wins have seen 1-0 scorelines, and Town are available at odds of 15/2 to win this FA Cup replay by a goal to nil on Wednesday, which looks a good enough price for us.

Friday - 22 November 2019

19:45 - Fulham v QPR

Fulham to Win to Nil @ 12/5

London rivals Fulham and Queens Park Rangers get the EFL Championship back underway with a fixture at Craven Cottage on Friday night. The pair are separated by just two points in the table, with the Cottagers just ahead. Fulham will be searching for their first home win over Rangers in over four years.

Scott Parker’s boys picked up a handy 1-0 away victory at Birmingham City before the international break, with Aleksandar Mitrovic getting the goal. However, they have won only two of their last six at home in the Championship. Meanwhile, QPR make the short trip to the Cottage without a win in four (two draws, two defeats). Having been thumped 3-0 by Hull City in their last home game, Fulham will be hoping to hit back in this one. The Whites have won without conceding on home soil three times in the league this season, and Parker’s troops are priced at 12/5 to win to nil on Friday.

Football Bets

Our tips and predictions mainly focus on a few core bets. Chances are you're already familiar with these, but here's a quick run down just in case:

  • Win/Draw/Win - The simplest bet you can make... who will win the match?
  • HT/FT - The odds for the WDW markets are often quite low, especially when one team is heavily favoured. The halft-time/full-time market offers an opportunity to boost the odds by selecitng the result for both half time and the final whistle.
  • Handicap Betting - Another way to increase the odds on the match result is to add a handicap. For example, Arsenal -2 means that they effectively start the match at -2, meaning they need two goals more than the other team to draw and three more to win. 
  • Both Teams to Score - Originating in the Goals Galore market from Betfred, both teams to score has become incredibly popular. They frequently show up in accumulators and with odds usually below evens it's easy to see why. Other variations you may see in our tips are both teams not to score (BTTS No - where one or both teams won't score) and BTTS + Win, where the winner of the match is picked alongside the BTTS bet.
  • Over/Under - Another bet that's along the same lines as BTTS are over/under bets. Except here you're predicting whether the totaly number of goals will be above or below a target figure. The most comon example is 2.5 goals, although you can place these bets on a wide range of numbers. You can even bet on over 0.5 goals if you think it's going to be anything other than a 0-0 draw.
  • Correct Score - To really boost the odds, head to the correct score market. It's a hard bet to predict but it sometimes has value.
  • Goalscorer - You wont see these bets too frequently in our tips, but they do crop up from time to time if the value offered is good. Here we're picking who will score, either first, last or at any point in the match. For matches with a heavy favourite and a strong striker you may even see something along the lines of "Ronaldo to score two or more goals".

Major Matches

For the bulk of our football tips we mainly focus on quickfire summaries rather than long winded analysis. So we tell you what's going on and how we think it will play out. But some matches deserve a little bit more attention - for these we also provide more detailed coverage including key stats and historical head to head battles.

You can find a schedule of upcoming matches in the table below. Tips will be generally be updated a few days before the match.

Upcoming Fixtures

Match Date League / Cup
West Ham v Tottenham 23 Nov 2019 Premier League
Manchester City v Chelsea 23 Nov 2019 Premier League
Chelsea v West Ham 30 Nov 2019 Premier League
Manchester Utd v Tottenham 03 Dec 2019 Premier League
Liverpool v Everton 04 Dec 2019 Premier League
Man City v Man United 07 Dec 2019 Premier League
Everton v Chelsea 07 Dec 2019 Premier League
West Ham United v Arsenal 07 Dec 2019 Premier League
Manchester United v Everton 14 Dec 2019 Premier League
Arsenal v Manchester City 14 Dec 2019 Premier League
Everton v Arsenal 21 Dec 2019 Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea 21 Dec 2019 Premier League
West Ham United v Liverpool 21 Dec 2019 Premier League
Manchester Utd v Newcastle 26 Dec 2019 Premier League
Arsenal v Chelsea 28 Dec 2019 Premier League
Celtic v Rangers 29 Dec 2019 Scottish Premiership
Arsenal v Manchester United 01 Jan 2020 Premier League
Manchester City v Everton 01 Jan 2020 Premier League
Liverpool v Manchester Utd 19 Jan 2020 Premier League
Tottenham v Manchester City 01 Feb 2020 Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal 25 Apr 2020 Premier League
Liverpool v Chelsea 09 May 2020 Premier League
West Ham v Man United 09 May 2020 Premier League
Newcastle United v Liverpool 17 May 2020 Premier League

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