Our 12/1 BetBull multiple for the weekend's action

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BetBull allows punters to check out selections from a range of in-form tipsters or pick their own and we've selected a hefty 12/1 five-fold

BetBull is an iOS app that takes a different approach to placing bets compared to the usual bookmakers you'd be expect to see.

Players can still place wagers of course, but there is a community element too, allowing users to browse suggestions from a range of successful tipsters. The best of the best are classed as Bulls and you can see what they're backing by sorting them by either total yield, the most winners or simply the most popular picks.

We've lined up the following five-fold for the weekend's action across Europe. The picks are based on single selections that have been made by our tipsters in their respective betting previews.

Like the look of it? Simply download the BetBull app to get started.

Torino v Sampdoria – Both teams to score at 8/13 (1.62)

Torino have both scored and conceded in their last 12 Serie A games, with 48 goals being scored in that run. Having seen goals at both ends in each of their own last four, Sampdoria should help ensure an entertaining encounter.

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Nantes v Lorient – Both teams to score at 7/10 (1.70)

With goals scored at both ends in nine of Nantes’ last 11 fixtures, it seems safe to expect more of the same against a Lorient team that has kept just one clean sheet in 31 games but hit the net in 23 of those, striking 14 times in the last six.

AFC Wimbledon v Oldham Athletic – Under 2.5 goals at 8/13 (1.62)

Having failed to score in seven of their last eight League One games, AFC Wimbledon have taken their total of goalless games to 17 for the season. Meanwhile, Oldham's 24 blanks this season means they have failed to score in more games than any other League One side.

Crystal Palace v Burnley – Crystal Palace to win at 4/5 (1.80)

After seeing off Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal in their run of six wins from nine Premier League games, Crystal Palace should have little trouble in extending their 10-game unbeaten streak against Burnley. The Clarets have earned just four points from a possible 51 away from home this season and boast just a single win to their name in 12 fixtures.

Bolton Wanderers v Peterborough United – Bolton to win at 4/9 (1.44)

Needing just a draw to secure automatic promotion from League One, Bolton should be good for all three points against a Peterborough side with nothing to play for. The Trotters have never lost a home game against Grant McCann’s men, who have lost four and won just one of their last seven on the road.

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It's not just the ability to follow tipsters, place your own bets or join in the discussion with others who have backed the same wagers, but BetBull players can also see their odds boosted by up to 30%.

Activity on the app is rewarded with virtual diamonds, and these can be used to spin a wheel after placing your bets, either single or multiples. This wheel offers everything from a 5% price boost all the way up to 30%, plus there are also insurance to be won which can guard against your multiple being let down by a losing leg.

BetBull are also offering a £20 free bet to new customers so why not download the iOS app now and start your journey today.

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