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.
Unbeaten in 16 Bundesliga home games so far, Champions League-chasing Hoffenheim must be backed to claim an eighth consecutive victory in front of their own fans when they take on an Augsburg team that has earned just a single point from the last available 15 on the road.
After securing the Ligue 1 title with an 11th win in a row on Wednesday, champions Monaco look set to continue the festivities by making it 18 victories and no defeats in 20 when they face Rennes, who have only won four times in 21.
Having ensured their survival with a 2-0 victory at Sunderland that made it 10 points from 12, Swansea look likely to celebrate in style against a West Brom team that have been crawling to the end of the season with just one point from the last seven fixtures.
Southampton set a record by failing to score for the fourth top flight match in succession last time out, making it five games in seven without a goal. Considering Stoke have drawn a blank in six of their last seven away from home, the prospect of goals at both ends seems unfeasible here.
With both teams having scored in 11 of Sampdoria’s previous 13 fixtures, goals at both ends do look more than likely at the Stadio Friuli, where Udinese have both scored and conceded in six of the last seven Serie A matches.