Top 5 Bets for the Weekend: January 18-19

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The weekend is here and it brings a host of great football fixtures from across the globe. We’ve looked through the stats and odds to deliver our Top 5 Bets for the Weekend. You can bet on these tips by tapping here.

Watford v Tottenham – Both Teams to Score – 1.65

Watford are resurgent under new manager Nigel Pearson. They’ve won four of their last five league games and they should be confident coming into this early kick off on Saturday. Both Teams to Score has won in the last four meetings, and when you consider that Tottenham have only kept one clean sheet in the 13 games Jose Mourinho has managed at the club, it is likely we’ll see goals at both ends again today.

RB Leipzig v Union Berlin – RB Leipzig Win and Over 2.5 Goals – 1.65

Could this be the year Bayern Munich’s dominance of the Bundesliga is broken? RB Leipzig currently top the table and are unbeaten in eight league games. An amazing 82% of their games have had Over 2.5 Goals, and whilst Union Berlin have made a valiant start to their maiden Bundesliga campaign, Leipzig should have too much for them.

Eibar v Atletico Madrid – Atletico Madrid Win – 1.80

Eibar have struggled to come to life this season. They’re 16th in the league and they’re a place lower in the form table. Atletico may not have been at their best but they have won against Eibar twice in a row and they haven’t been defeated by the Basque side since 2001!

Real Betis v Real Sociedad – Both Teams to Score – 1.50

This could be an exciting game on Sunday, with two teams who score and concede regularly. In fact, no one in La Liga has seen both teams score than Betis. It has happened in 84% of their league games. Sociedad are fourth in the list, as Both Teams to Score has won in 68% of their La Liga games. The last three meetings ended 3-1, 2-1 and 2-2.

Genoa v Roma – Roma Win – 1.95

Fifth placed Roma travel to Genoa on Sunday, a team that occupies the final relegation spot in Serie A. Roma’s away form is pretty good at the moment, with three wins in their last five league games. Genoa meanwhile have lost six of their last ten home games in Serie A and managed to win just one of those.