You can’t beat a good midweek card full of fixtures, and there is plenty of action in the UK and Europe to hold onto on Tuesday, including playing in the Premier League, FA Cup, lower leagues and cup competitions across the board Europe, including the Milan derby.
Betting tips for Tuesday
Man CityThe enormous form can bring them to the top of the Premier League with a win on Tuesday West BromThis makes them the NINTH team to take the lead this season. The men of Pep have won 10 in a row in all competitions but they haven’t been particularly impressive on the road this season, scoring only 10 out of 8 goals in their travels.
However, West Brom’s 24 goals conceded at home are far more than any other team. A visit to the Hawthorns could give City a chance to increase their away numbers.
Southampton and arsenal Rendezvous four days after a Gabriel own goal helped the Saints kick the Gunners out of the FA Cup. As on Saturday, bookmakers still rate Arsenal’s chances of winning better than Southampton’s. Bet365 goes 6/5 on Mikel Arteta’s side and a great looking 5/2 on the Saints.
Newcastle couldn’t be backed up to current form, even at 11/4 at home too Leeds.
While West Ham, who has the chance to finish fourth over Liverpool, Spurs and Everton, goes to Selhurst Park after five wins in Spin and has not lost since Christmas. The hammers are 11/8, Palace are 21/10.
In scotland Hearts can make up for their 2-3 defeat Raith Rovers on the weekend when the two sides meet again. The Iambos really want to prove that it is a freak result and open a gap of nine points at the top of the table. Their games are usually full of goals – 10 out of 12 have scored more than 2.5 goals and the same number has been scored by both teams. Hearts to win and hit 2 or more could be worth it at 20/23.
- Win hearts and score more than 1 goal 20/23 (Bet365)
Racing tips from Tuesday
Alan Thomson placed a number of bets in Wolverhampton on Tuesday
There are less than 50 days to the biggest show on grass; The Cheltenham Festival. Voice of Value took a look at the four champion races in two posts, and they’re worth reading if you’re in the mood for an ante-post punt.
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