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.
Still in with a chance of clinching the League Two title, Portsmouth have no shortage of motivation as they chase a seventh win in eight unbeaten fixtures. In contrast, Cheltenham have nothing left to play for and have lost six and won just one of their last nine on the road.
With 14 wins and no defeats to their name in 16 Ligue 1 fixtures, Monaco must be backed to bounce straight back from their Champions League defeat against Juventus when they take on a Nancy side that has lost 13 defeats and won just two of their last 17 matches.
Milan v Roma – Both teams to score at 4/9 (1.44)
Having found the net in 19 of their last 20 fixtures but kept just five clean sheets in that run, Milan look set to ensure an entertaining encounter against Roma. The Giallorossi are Serie A’s second top scorers with 75 goals from 34 games, but have conceded in 12 of their last 15 games.
Borussia Monchengladbach v Augsburg – Over 2.5 goals at 8/11 (1.73)
With 21 goals scored in their last four Bundesliga matches alone, Borussia Monchengladbach look likely to see at least three for their eighth match in nine against Augsburg, who have produced over 2.5 goals in 10 of their previous 14 fixtures.
Boavista v Nacional – Under 2.5 goals at 4/6 (1.67)
Having scored just six goals but conceded only 10 in their last 13 fixtures, Boavista have given neither fans nor neutrals much to cheer about recently. It seems safe to expect no more than two goals being scored when they take on a Nacional team that has seen under 2.5 in 15 of their last 17 league matches.