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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 World Cup qualifiers. The picks are based on single selections that have been made by our tipsters in their respective betting previews.
Having won 26 and lost none of their last 34 qualification matches, England are well worth backing to record an eighth win in nine against Scotland, who have taken four points from the last available 12.
Unbeaten in 12 matches, Poland look like a strong bet to record a fifth consecutive qualification victory when they take on a Romania team they comfortably beat 3-0 in the away match in Bucharest.
With three wins and only a defeat to Spain to their name in the last five matches, Israel should have little trouble in overcoming an Albania team that has lost five consecutive matches – including a 2-1 defeat in Luxembourg last time out.
Considering there have not been goals at both ends in any of Northern Ireland’s last 14 fixtures, it seems safe to expect no more than one side to score when they take on an Azerbaijan team that has only shared the scoresheet with the opposition once in five qualifiers so far.
With just three of Finland’s last 22 matches producing more than two goals, there seems little possibility of over 2.5 going in against a Ukraine team that has only seen five goals scored in their previous four.