Correct Score betting is one of the simplest forms of betting on football – you are betting on what the final score of the match will be. This is one of BettingPro.com's favourite markets, so we have scoured over the fixtures of the next few days to pick out our favourite Correct Score bets.
Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Manchester United v LASK Linz (Wednesday 20:00 BST)
Manchester United are well and truly in the driving seat heading into their Europa League Round of 16 second leg clash against LASK Linz at Old Trafford. The Red Devils put in a dominating performance when these two met in Austria with Odion Ighalo, Daniel James, Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood and Andreas Pereira all scoring in a 5-0 demolition. United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to rest a few of his stars for this game, but don’t expect them to throw away this commanding lead. United will not be under any pressure in this game and they do not need to go at it full throttle, they’ll win this game comfortably 3-0.
Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Wolves v Olympiakos (Thursday 20:00 BST)
Wolves have been a revelation in this year’s Europa League. Their exciting brand of football under manager Nuno Espirito Santo has been a joy to watch, and their only passage into Europe next year will be actually winning the Europa League. They ahead into Thursday’s second leg at Molineux all level against Olympiakos with an all-important away goal under their belt. The Premier League side fell behind in the second half with Youssef El-Arabi scoring, despite having a one-man advantage after Ruben Semedo was sent off in the first half. Wolves refused to crumble after going behind and they hit back with Pedro Neto’s deflected goal giving them a good chance of progressing to the next stage. This will be a difficult night for Wolves, they would probably love to have a capacity crowd cheering them on, but that won’t be the case. This is a massive game for Wolves and we are backing them to advance with a 1-0 win on the night.
Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Manchester City v Real Madrid (Friday 20:00 BST)
The Champions League is the ultimate goal for Manchester City, and they will need to be at their best on Friday if they are to keep hold of their first-leg advantage. Late goals from Gabriel Jesus and Kevin de Bruyne ensured City left the Bernabeu with a 2-1 lead and two important away goals. Real Madrid won’t be too concerned, they are the current La Liga champions and have won the Champions League on 13 separate occasions. The Spanish side will attack City from the off in order to get back on level terms. City are a great team, but Real Madrid will be too strong for them in the end. The front three of Isco, Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior will be too much for the City back four and Real Madrid will eventually win this one quite comfortably.
Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Bayern Munich v Chelsea (Saturday 20:00 BST)
Chelsea have not had the best of endings to the season. They were pipped to third place in the Premier League by Manchester United, and then they were beaten 2-1 in the FA Cup Final by Arsenal. Their only hope of silverware this season is now the Champions League, and that looks like coming to an end on Saturday. They head into Saturday’s Round of 16 second leg already 3-0 down following a drubbing by Bayern Munich at Stamford Bridge. They travel to Germany this weekend needing little more than a miracle. Bayern Munich have only conceded three or more goals twice this season, so seeing them let in three at home to send this game into extra-time is not really expected. The German champions have not played a competitive game since July 4 when they beat Bayer Leverkusen to win the DFB-Pokal, so they might be a little bit rusty at first. They will soon get into the swing of things and they should win this one quite comfortable, back Bayern Munich to win this second leg tie 2-0.
Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Rangers v St Mirren (Sunday 15:00 BST)
Rangers have one main goal this season, and that is stopping Celtic from winning 10 Scottish Premiership titles in a row. To do that, they have to win what everyone sees as the winnable games. They cannot afford to be dropping points against teams lower on the ladder than themselves. St Mirren certainly fall into that category. Rangers got off to a dream start on the opening weekend of the season when they beat Aberdeen 1-0 at Pittodrie. St Mirren have not beaten Rangers since they recorded a 2-1 home win back in December 2011. That search for a win over Steven Gerrard’s men will go on as we cannot see the Gers losing this one. During their mini pre-season camp, Rangers only conceded one goal – a 2-1 win over Hamilton Academical. They won their next four friendlies without conceding a single goal against Lyon, Nice, Motherwell and Coventry City. St Mirren should not be a problem.