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.
Having won their last two home games despite conceding six goals, Fiorentina look like good value to come out on top in a high-scoring clash against a Pescara side that has lost 14 of their previous 17 away league matches and possesses the weakest defence in the division.
With 10 wins and no defeats to their name in 12 Serie A away games, a Napoli side that has scored 38 goals on that run must be backed to come out on top in an entertaining encounter against a Sampdoria side that has won none of their last seven games, conceding 16 times.
Having won three consecutive MLS games on home turf, Vancouver will certainly back themselves to see off a struggling DC United team that has lost three matches in a row without scoring a single goal.
Unbeaten in seven domestic matches with 16 goals for and 10 against in that run, Dortmund must be backed to get the better of a high-scoring DFB Pokal final against an Eintracht Frankfurt team they beat 3-1 last month, and who have conceded eight times in their last three.
With both teams having made it to Wembley courtesy of 6-5 aggregate semi-final victories, Blackpool and Exeter should provide a fittingly entertaining play-off final boasting at least three goals – particularly having drawn 2-2 the last time they met.