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Football Predictions: Free win tips for this weekend (September 16-18)

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Our experts have gathered the best win tips for the upcoming football matches of the weekend.

As the weekend approaches, football enthusiasts and bettors alike are gearing up for a thrilling lineup of matches from September 16th to 18th.

Whether you’re a seasoned punter or new to the betting scene, our team of experts have crunched the numbers, analyzed the stats, and studied the form to bring you the top win betting tips.

So, without further ado, let’s dive into our three win tips for the upcoming football matches of the weekend.

Serie A: Genoa vs Napoli

Napoli suffered a 2-1 defeat against Lazio before the international break, but we expect them to get back to winning ways against Genoa. The Blues have marinated their attacking consistency so far this season. Scoring six goals in their first three games of the campaign.

On the other hand, the hosts have struggled defensively in their recent home games, suggesting they will give away enough opportunities against Napoli. They also lack enough attacking edge to prevent Napoli from outscoring them this weekend.

Premier League: West Ham vs Man City

Man City come into their next Premier League on the back of a perfect start to the new season. Guardiola’s side have scored a total of five goals in their two away games, conceding only once.

We expect the Citizens to have the upper hand against West Ham, who are yet to register their first clean sheet this season. The Hammers’ attacking line are in better form, but they will most likely struggle against City’s solid backline.

Bundesliga: Heidenheim vs Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen smashed Mainz 4-0 just before the international break, bouncing back from a narrow defeat against Freiburg.

This weekend, they will take on Heidenheim, who’ve found a tough start to the new season. The newly promoted side have conceded seven goals in their first three league games of the season, losing two and drawing one.
We expect Bremen’s in-form attacking line to be decisive against Heidenheim’s shaky defence.