After Edition 28 of Soccerway’s betting guide was dominated by foreign winners, Edition 29 saw successful Premier League pickings return to the fore, as Manchester United, Tottenham, Middlesbrough and Burnley all correctly tipped.
In fact, there were wins all around Europe as a total of nine tips found their mark, with the solid statistical data available to the Soccerway team ensuring they are always in a privileged position to cast their eye on the climatic end to the season.
It is research that is certainly paying off with the number of winning picks from Soccerway growing in momentum. Had you backed each of the bets at the advised prices, Edition 29 of the guide would have yielded another level stakes profit. Want to be included in the next release this coming Friday? Simply register on site and you’ll get a free copy of every edition henceforth as title races and relegation scraps intensify all across the continent.
The winning got underway when Cagliari hosted Torino, Soccerway’s pick for both to score and for there to be more than 2.5 goals paying off at 4/6 (1.67) when Adem Ljajic and Andrea Belotti responded to Marco Borriello’s opener to earn Sinisa Mihajlovic’s men a 3-2 away win.
The choice to back Benfica to triumph at Moreirense with under 2.5 goals to be scored at 9/4 (3.25) also paid off given the Primeira Liga leaders’ low scoring run on the road of late and their hosts’ similar lack of luck in front of goal this term when Kostas Mitroglou’s 42nd-minute winner proved enough to keep them ahead of Porto in the standings.
Manchester United were then their usual solid sorts as they surged to a 3-0 win at Sunderland to end their run of two draws and take their unbeaten streak to 21 games - Sergio Romero ensuring Soccerway’s pick of Jose Mourinho’s men to win to nil at 5/4 (2.25) came off with another clean sheet. PSG similarly continued their strong surge to the finish line with a 4-0 win over Guingamp backed at evens (2.00).
Tipsters hoping to make a profit in other markets have certainly not been forgotten, though, with Mohamed Salah scoring his fifth Serie A goal in three games against Bologna at 21/20 (2.05). Opta stats meanwhile came to the fore again as Watford lost their seventh trip to White Hart Lane since 1985 with Son Heung-Min his inspirational best - Spurs’ 4-0 win ensuring the 20/21 (1.95) on a home win with a clean sheet paid out.
Middlesbrough draw with Burnley at 21/10 (3.10) ensured another successful week for the Soccerway betting guide. There's still plenty more action yet with the season entering its crucial stages, so be sure to register for your free copy. Once you've done so, you'll get an email letting you know as soon as a new edition is released so you can see the tips before anyone else.