BetSlip Tips: Six Tips For Sunday incl. Juventus v Lazio

No thanks to Liverpool, a perfect slip was torn up yesterday as the Reds succumbed to an unlikely defeat at Anfield making our remaining five correct entries academic. But no worries, we go again with six more for today. Good luck!

Southampton v Leicester (under 2.5)

A midweek match (FA cup) for the Saints is a slight advantage for the Foxes, but Leicester are still in search of their first Premier League away win of the season.

Southampton have been tight at the back this season, their weakness lies in an attack that’s averaging less than a goal a game, expect both to play out a low scoring match

Chelsea v Hull (-2 Asian handicap)

Without a win in their last 5 away fixtures, Hull have conceded 45 goals this season and with matches at Stamford bridge featuring over 2.5 goals in 9 of the last 10, it’s hard to see past Chelsea compounding Hull woes.

Arsenal v Burnley (-1 Asian handicap)

Burnley are one of the worst travelers in the league this season. Just 1 of their 26 points so far have come away from Turf Moor, Arsenal at the Emirates should prove to difficult for them. Expect Giroud to get a goal as he continues a strong return to life in the starting lineup.

Juventus v Lazio (Both teams to score)

The Turin stadium is a fortress for Juventus who don’t lose many there. In fact Sundays visitors are without a win in their last 4 visits. However, with belief is brimming in the squad since Simone Inzaghi’s arrival an upset might be on the cards.

Roma v Cagliari (-1 Asian handicap)

Roma are on a roll at the moment, winning eight of their past ten matches in all competitions.

In the reverse of this fixture Roma squandered a 2 goal lead, but under Luciano Spalleti they have not looked as vulnerable to upsets and without too many absences (only notable one being Salah) they should go on to win this.

Bonus tip

Agut v Raonic (Raonic)

With the top seeds dropping like flies at the moment this represents a bit of a risk. The players are ranked #14 and #4 on the ATP tour, so there’s not a lot between them. However, Raonic has dominated their past encounters with 4 wins from 4 and smart money will be on the Canadian to make it 5.

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