BetSlip Tips: Saturday stakes from Liverpool v Tottenham to Barcelona, Dortmund…

Arsenal v Hull (Arsenal -1 Asian handicap)

This is typical Arsenal. They will win 3-0, everything will be great again and Arsene Wenger will be the best manager in the world. The pressure is on, though, as if they lose this game I don’t see how he can keep his job. It would be that toxic that I couldn’t see him staying. Hull are doing very well but Arsenal tend to beat these teams.

Manchester United v Watford (Man U)

United have had problems breaking defences down at home before but I don’t think that (defence) is a particular strength of Watford’s.

Jose Mourinho’s side lost 3-1 at Vicarage Road in September, which was one of the low points of their season, but I can see them getting their own back here.

Middlesbrough v Everton (Under 2.5 goals)

Boro seem frightened of losing games, so they rarely get opened up, but it means that they rarely win games either.

Stoke v Crystal Palace (Both teams to score)

The performance Palace put on against Sunderland was shocking.
The one positive is that the only man who can get them out of danger is currently in charge. It’s hard to discount Stoke at home but expect the Eagles to give them a fight.

Sunderland – Southampton (Sunderland to win or draw)

If Sunderland win this game they are in with a real chance of surviving. They looked together at Crystal Palace and got a great result, they will be brimming with confidence.

West Ham v West Brom (West Brom win or draw)

West Brom are turning into one of those teams you would struggle to go against. Tony Pulis has built a really good team and they are, in my opinion, the best of the rest outside of the top six, which is quite an achievement.

Liverpool v Tottenham (Both teams to score)

Liverpool had a terrible January and February has not been much better but as they showed against Chelsea they can turn it up for these high profile fixtures.

Tottenham have scored once in their last two matches and even that came from the spot however Liverpool are not feared for their tightness at the back and there will be opportunities for Spurs at Anfield.


Osasuna v Real Madrid (R. Madrid -1 Asian handicap)

Alaves v Barcelona (Barca winning at HT and FT)

Fiorentina v Udinese (Fiorentina)

Darmstadt v Dortmund (Dortmund -1 Asian handicap)

Werder Bremen v B. M’Gladbach  (M’Gladbach)

PS: These tips are collated from experts opinions on BBC and Sky. Good luck!

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