Correct Score Predictions & Tips

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.

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Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Sevilla v Chelsea (Wednesday 20:00 BST)

Sevilla take on Chelsea at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, with these two side already qualifying for the knock-out stage, battling to take top spot. Sevilla come into the match off the back of five successive wins, while Chelsea are now unbeaten in fourteen, after the draw with Spurs. The previous meeting between the sides ended goalless at Stamford Bridge, with Sevila having the majority of both possession and chances.

Both managers can rotate if they feel like it, having secured their path to success last week, but the winner of course avoids other group winners, so its a balancing act for both Lopategui and Lampard here. I believe there will be some changes, which in turn will open the game up a little more than in the previous encounter, but I don’t see either of the sides holding an advantage over the other. Another draw looks on the cards here and the 1-1 scoreline offers good value and would be enough to put Chelsea ahead of their opponents on head to head.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Manchester United v Paris St Germain (Wednesday 20:00 BST)

Manchester United take on PSG at Old Trafford, with United knowing a point will be enough to seal their place in the knock-out stage of the tournament, having already beaten the French side in Paris previously. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have won their last five matches, while PSG have lost two of their last six domestically, however in the recent 1-0 win over RB Leipzig, they showed a renewed determination, which should bode well at Old Trafford.

The 2-1 loss to Man United will have hurt PSG and they will be looking to put things right in Manchester, with the likes of Neymar and Mbappe expected to be at full tilt at Old Trafford. United are still unconvincing defensively and I suspect there will be a couple of big performances from PSG’s main men on the night. PSG to win 2-1.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: AC Milan v Celtic (Thursday 17:55 GMT)

Celtic are a team in crisis right now, so the last thing that they need is a trip to Italy to face AC Milan. The Hoops have lost ground on Rangers in the Scottish Premiership, were dumped out of the League Cup at home by Ross County and the weekend and they now find themselves in a must-win situation in the Europa League after embarrassing back-to-back 4-1 defeats at the hands of Sparta Prague. They have won just two of their last 10 competitive fixtures and fans are no longer ‘all Neil Lennon’, so even though AC Milan are hardly in flawless form, I have to suggest backing a home win here.

Milan eased to a 3-1 victory when they visited Glasgow in October and I expect that we will see similar scenes here as the Italian giants claim all three points, book their place in the knockout stage and send the Hoops crashing out. Celtic have been scoring pretty routinely despite their poor form so they are decent value for a goal in this one, but Milan should run away with this one and stick and they could stick three or four past their beleaguered visitors, heaping even more pressure on Lennon.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: LASK Linz v Tottenham Hotspur (Thursday 17:55 GMT)

Tottenham Hotspur can book their place in the Europa League knockout stage with a win over LASK Linz last time out and I am confident that they will get the three points they need. The question is how commanding will that win be?

Spurs are unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions, winning five times, and they have been rock solid at the back in recent weeks, keeping clean sheets in each of their last four games. They also kept a clean sheet when they met LASK earlier in their group campaign so I would not be remotely shocked to see them shut out the hosts again, while at the other end I expect to see at least a couple of goals. Tottenham have netted two or more in seven of their last nine victories and the final score in four of their last six wins have come via 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 scorelines.

There is the potential for a tide profit backing this Correct Score Combination, but if you are looking for a bigger return I suggest going for a 2-0 victory. Spurs will have one eye on the weekend clash with Arsenal so I expect them to get their noses in front, shut up shop and close out a professional win.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Rangers v Standard Liege (Thursday 20:00 GMT)

It is a sign of just how far Rangers are come that they are disappointed with back-to-back draws against a team of the calibre of Benfica, but that is where Steven Gerrard’s men are at right now. They have impressed in Europe and dominated domestically and they are looking every bit like a team that should lift silverware this season. European glory will be beyond them, but they have an opportunity to make the knockout stage of the Europa League on Thursday night and they should take it.

Rangers are yet to suffer a competitive defeat this season, going 23 games unbeaten while winning 19 times, and their excellent form includes an impressive 2-0 victory in Belgium when these two teams met in October. The Gers are not flawless at the back, but clean sheets have been coming at a record-setting pace since the start of the campaign, while at the other end they are nowhere near as reliant on Alfredo Morelos for goals as they were last year. Quite simple, this is a better Rangers team than the 2019/20 by a long, long way.

Therefore I have to recommend backing them to collect three points against Standard Liege on Thursday night and I am hugely tempted to back them to win 2-0. Only Benfica and Galatasaray have managed to net against the Gers since the start of October and 2-0 has been a winning scoreline in four of their last nine games, including their previous win over the Belgians. They can sometimes make getting that second goal tough sledding though, so a Correct Score Combination bet may appeal more – six of their last nine wins have been via 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 final scores.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Hertha Berlin v Union Berlin (Friday 19:30 GMT)

Hertha Berlin bagged just one win in their last eight outings and host the city rivals looking to escape the danger zone, sitting 13th with eight points to their name. They did prove themselves tough rivals to beat lately and now come into the match with a goalless draw at Leverkusen behind them. We now hope for another very narrow occasion and hope they can hold on to a point.

Union Berlin will be no easy rivals to cope with it feels, though. They impressed in the final third even as they were held off by Eintracht Frankfurt (3-3), which only ended a streak of three wins in a row. The visitors will now want to keep it up but have seen some dents in their form on the road, which has us sticking our necks out for another in a 1-1 draw on Friday.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Athletic Bilbao v Celta Vigo (Friday 20:00 GMT)

Athletic Bilbao have struggled to impress on the road but still felt more confident at this ground since mid-October, beating Levante (2-0), Sevilla (2-1), and Betis (4-0) along the way. They will now want to keep it up at San Mames Barria and we do expect a strong challenge as Lions sit just points behind the top 6.

Celta Vigo have been conceding and although Eduardo Coudet made an immediate impact since taking over, it’s a long way to climb the table. They conceded four at Sevilla (4-2) after the break and Celticos will have to start delivering more on the road. However, we don’t feel this is a perfect place to start doing so and we’ll now rather stick with Bilbao to secure the points in a tough contest.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Nimes v Marseille (Friday 20:00 GMT)

Nimes host Marseille desperate for points to escape the danger zone but have struggled to turn games their way and could now see more of the same. They suffered five losses in six games and only beat Reims (0-1) along the way, struggling to keep it together at the back. Indeed, they conceded two or more goals in four of those five losses and we are now going for a comfortable win for the visitors.

Marseille kept clean sheets on both of their last two Ligue 1 trips, where they beat Lorient (0-1) and Strasbourg (0-1). They have struggled for points in the Champions League but should now be able to keep it up in Ligue 1, trailing four points behind the pace-setters PSG with games in hand. With that in mind, we’re going for a 0-2 away win on the day and backing it at 15/2.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Levante v Getafe (Saturday 13:00 GMT)

Getafe haven’t seen a win since mid-October and travel to Valencia for their Matchday 12 clash looking to end a five-match winless streak. They held off Athletic Bilbao (1-1) last week and we are now going for another 1-1 draw on Saturday, as Azulones could find it hard to outgun Levante despite seeing the visitors’ struggles too.

It’s hard to predict anything else looking at Levante’s records of recent as well. They have seen their fifth draws in a row with the same result as they held off Valladolid (1-1) on the road last week. Campana found the late equalizer at Jose Zorilla Stadium and we hope Paco Lopez will be able to lift their team spirits, as we head into a tough contest but expect goals on Saturday.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Spezia v Lazio (Saturday 14:00 GMT)

Lazio travel to Cesena for their Matchday 10 clash at Spezia just days after their Champions League trip to Dortmund, looking to bounce from a disappointing home loss to Udinese (1-3) now behind them. They have been scoring goals and caught up with the top 4 beforehand but Biancocelesti now have to bounce quickly, desperate for points across competitions.

Spezia have shown off as a tough nut to crack on many occasions but haven’t really impressed defensively last week. They still beat Bologna (2-4) in Coppa Italia and held Cagliari to a 2-2 draw, which will be a boost to their confidence. Vincenzo Italiano’s men will need more to snatch points now, though, and we don’t see them making it happen despite a narrow contest we expect.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Rennes v Lens (Saturday 16:00 GMT)

Rennes have struggled to perform across competitions lately and host Lens on Saturday afternoon looking for their first Ligue 1 win in over a month. They’ve been beaten by PSG (3-0) and Bordeaux (0-1) before going to hold Strasbourg to a 1-1 draw last week, and Julien Stephan will want more from his men despite a busy schedule. Still, Red and Blacks have a lot on their mind and could have trouble at the back yet again.

Lens haven’t been able to find consistency themselves but we’ve seen them scoring on the regular. They beat Dijon (0-1) after the break but saw Nantes (1-1) and Angers (1-3 loss) both snatch points at Bollaert-Delelis Stadium since. We expect them motivated to jump the rivals with a game in hand but we will rather stick our necks out for a 1-1 draw at Roazhon Park.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Bayern Munich v RB Leipzig (Saturday 17:30 GMT)

Bayern Munich snatched a point at Atletico Madrid (1-1) with a rotated lineup on Tuesday and they have a more important task on their hands on Saturday. They managed thrilling wins over Salzburg (3-1) and Stuttgart (1-3) beforehand and Bavarians enjoy good spirits as they host RB Leipzig looking to build on a two-point gap at the top of the Bundesliga table.

RB Leipzig have everything to play for midway through the week and could have trouble coping with a tough schedule. However, they come into the busy week on the back of a 2-1 win over Arminia Bielefeld and will be no sitting ducks at Allianz Arena. Red Bulls have been far from impressive on the road, though, and this will be more worrying as we don’t see them cause an upset on Saturday.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: West Ham United v Manchester United (Saturday 17:30 BST)

West Ham entertain Manchester United, with both sides in winning form at the weekend, as the Hammers made it three in a row, with the win over Aston Villa, while the Red Devils came back from two goals down, to beat Southampton 3-2 and make it five victories on the bounce. West Ham have won the last two meetings at the London Stadium against Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s side, but this could be a tighter match up this time around.

West Ham’s three wins have been good, but only Aston Villa of those sides could arguably be called a testing match and even with the good record against Man United, this looks a tougher test all round. With a midweek game against PSG, the Red Devils may rotate a little, but overall, this looks to be a match that sees both sides endeavours end with a solitary point. The 1-1 draw is the tip for this match

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Chelsea v Leeds United (Saturday 20:00 BST)

An in form Chelsea side, take on Leeds United at Stamford Bridge, with the visitors unbeaten in their last two matches, having suffered successive 4-1 losses prior. Chelsea’s draw against Tottenham, saw a rare shutout of the Blues attack, for a side that had averaged three goals a game prior. 

Leeds United have scored in all but two of their matches this season and although I feel they can find the net against the Blues, it’s likely to be a consolation at best, with Frank Lampard’s side looking too strong for their opponents. Lampard has the luxury of resting players for their midweek match with Sevilla and at full strength, they should ease to a relatively comfortable win, with Chelsea to win 3-1, the selection here.

Correct Score Predictions & Tips: Tottenham v Arsenal (Sunday 16:30 BST)

Tottenham and Arsenal meet in the North London derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, with the hosts sitting top of the league and their rivals in a lowly fourteenth, as Mikel Arteta struggles to find a consistency from his players. Spurs are unbeaten in the last six games and have kept three cleans sheets in a row, while Arsenal have failed to win in the last three league games and have only beaten Molde twice since the win over Man United at the beginning of November.

Spurs go in as favourites for the match, as the tide slowly turns in North London, but as derby matches go, form can count for nothing here, so I’d expect a strong performance from the Gunners. Both sides play in Europe on Thursday but are likely to rotate, but with the Spurs front line in fine form, compared to the struggles of late for the Gunners going forward, Tottenham should nick this with a 2-1 victory.