Tips for the Week gives you the chance to win by providing insight into statistics and the form of teams involved in matches throughout the week.
Both teams have scored in two of Eastleigh’s three matches in the National League so far this season, while they have kept a clean sheet in only two of their past ten home games in the competition. Meanwhile, there hasn’t been a single clean sheet in any of Bromley’s three league games in 2018/19, a trend which has carried over from last season when four of their final five matches saw both teams involved on the scoresheet. They have failed to score in just two of their last ten away league games, while the corresponding fixture against Eastleigh last season ended 4-4.
Maidenhead United are winless this season with one draw and two defeats to date. They only managed to win 11 of their 23 home game last term and now host Wrexham, who avoided defeat in 14 of their 23 away games last season. They have won two and drawn one of their three games so far, and beat the hosts home and away in 2017/18. They look likely to extend their unbeaten run tonight.
Shanghai SIPG are only three points from the top of the Chinese Super League, but their defence has been their undoing of late as they have scored and conceded in seven of their last ten league matches. Both sides have scored in eight of R&F’s last ten league games, and in seven of their last ten away from home. Eight of the past ten matches between these teams in all competitions have yielded goals at both ends, including each of the past four. Don’t expect a clean sheet in this one.
Anderlecht have started the season strongly with three straight wins in the First Division A. They have scored 11 goals in that time and now face Royal Mouscron, whom they have beaten 5-3 and 7-0 in their past two encounters at Constanst Vanden Stock. The visitors have lost all three of their league games so far and cannot expect matters to improve here.
After two seasons in Ligue 2, Reims have returned to the top tier of French football. Their last game in Ligue 1 was a 4-1 win over Lyon, whom they welcome on Friday in their first home game of the season. Lyon scored 49 away league goals last term, which unsurprisingly was the highest tally of any team in the league. Seven of their past ten league matches have featured Over 2.5 Goals, as have all 12 of their games against newly promoted sides in the past two seasons.
Accumulated odds = 10.35
* All odds subject to change