Midweek tips for Tuesday night’s enticing looking fixture list. We’ve picked out three selections from across Europe, and we’ve included the reasons for each pick and a £40 sign-up bonus to spend on the action.
A nice simple one to begin with. AFC Fylde are flat-track bullies at home, and they have been in excellent form at Mill Farm recently. They’ve won 13 of their 19 home matches, and they are taking on a side who have conceded five goals inside the last seven days.
The Lancashire club have netted 12 goals in their last three home matches, sticking six past Havant and four past Hartlepool.
This bet would have landed in 68% of AFC Fylde’s home games this season.
The Daggers are winless on the road since January 13th, and have now conceded eight times in their last three National League matches. The hosts should be able to grab a couple of goals in this one, and at 8/11 it’s worth including in your midweek bets.
The Eredivisie is a very high-scoring division, and therefore the odds are always fairly cramped when it comes to goals-based punts. Heracles and Willem II have both been involved in high-scoring games recently, and I expect that trend to continue on Tuesday night.
A whopping 77% of Heracles’ home games have ended with three or more goals this season, including each of their last three. They stuck six past Fortuna Sittard, three past Vitesse, and also won 2-1 at De Graafschap this weekend.
Willem II have been largely better away from home this season, and they are always worth considering when they’re outside of Tilburg. They’ve scored nine goals in their last three games, and they should be able to find their way onto the score-sheet once more.
November 3rd (vs Ajax) was the last time that they failed to score on the road, and they’ve only kept one clean sheet away from home in 2019 (vs Emmen).
Three of the last five meetings between the clubs have ended with Overs/BTTS, and the hosts will be desperate for revenge after being thumped 5-0 back in August.
Serie B isn’t as low-scoring as the bookies believe. At the weekend, every single game held on Saturday ended with BTTS, and I’m expecting plenty of action in midweek. Crotone have been excellent since they changed their head coach Giovanni Stroppa has helped revive their fortunes, and he’s averaging 1.27 points per game since taking over. His side have lost just three times recently, and they’ve also found their shooting boots. Their last two home games have been tough, but they’ve struck five times against Lecce and Palermo, and I reckon they can test this Perugia defence. The visitors are another side that tend to be more effective on their travels, and have won each of their last four away games. They’ve only kept two clean sheets on the road since December 8th, and those have come against Calcio Padova and Carpi, who are the two lowest scoring home sides in the division. Three of the last five meetings have ended 2-1, and we could have a similar result here.
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