HT/FT betting power rankings: Inter Milan top Europe’s elite

The HT/FT betting market is a popular one among bettors, and so we have created HT/FT betting power rankings for the top 10 teams in Europe's five major leagues (Premier League, Ligue 1, Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga) with the most number of Win/Win HT/FT results so far this season.

We have also analysed a number of other HT/FT scenarios, such as Draw/Win, and how often these teams have produced these results, as well as our expert pools picks from five selected Premier League and Championship games this weekend.

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HT/FT betting power rankings: Inter Milan top Europe's elite

1. Inter Milan – 29

Inter Milan top the power rankings in terms of Win/Win scenarios, with 16 HT wins and 13 FT.

2. Bayer Leverkusen – 27

Bayer Leverkusen and Real Madrid both have 27 Win/Win scenarios each, with the former's split being 12 HT and 15 FT.

3. Real Madrid – 27

As mentioned, Madrid also have 27 Win/Win scenarios to their name, with 10 HT and 17 FT wins.

4. Bayern Munich – 24

Bayern Munich lead a cluster of teams on 24 Win/Win scenarios, with their HT/FT split being 12 each.

5. Girona – 24

Girona's split is 10 HT wins and 14 FT.

6. Liverpool – 24

Liverpool‘s split is quite extreme with only 8 HT wins but 16 FT.

7. Stuttgart – 24

Stuttgart boast 11 HT and 13 FT wins.

8. Tottenham – 24

Tottenham are joint-top dogs in the Premier League with 10 HT and 14 FT wins.

9. AC Milan – 23

AC Milan join rivals Inter as Serie A representatives with 12 HT and 11 FT wins.

10. PSG – 23

PSG are the sole Ligue 1 representative with 14 HT wins and nine FT.

*Atletico Madrid and Manchester City also have 23 HT/FT wins

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Other HT/FT betting tips

Win/Win (Away games only)

Bayer Leverkusen – 13

Draw/Win

Liverpool – 28

Draw/Win (Away games only)

Real Madrid – 14

Lose/Win

Real Madrid – 22

Lose/Win (Away games only)

Manchester City – 13

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Expert pools picks for the weekend: Spurs set for scintillating score draw?

Pools are another popular type of betting where players will try to predict the results of a number of games over a week or weekend, with the winner or winners earning a significant prize. In football, predicting score draws contribute towards a bettor’s points tally, and whoever earns the most points over the set of games wins the prize.

As such, we have predicted five matches across the Premier League and Championship this weekend that are likely to end in a score draw:

Fulham v Bournemouth

Fulham and Bournemouth play at 3pm on Saturday in the Premier League at Craven Cottage, having each drawn their last two games in the top flight. They are separated by just one place and one point in the table, so this should be a tight affair.

Tottenham v Brighton

Another Saturday 3pm kick-off sees Spurs host Brighton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the Premier League. The hosts drew 2-2 at Everton last time out, and have drawn two of their last three league games, while the visitors have drawn the most matches in the entire division (eight).

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle

Nottingham Forest entertain Newcastle in the Premier League's Saturday evening kick-off, with both sides being held to score draws last time out in the division. Forest narrowly lost to third-place Arsenal 2-1 in their last league game at the City Ground, while Newcastle are one of the highest scorers in the division (48), so this is a tough one to call.

Ipswich v West Brom

It's fourth against fifth in the Championship's opening weekend game as Ipswich host West Brom at Saturday lunchtime. The hosts have drawn four of their last six league matches, and the visitors will be determined to cut the 11-point gap between the sides, so they may cancel each other out.

Middlesbrough v Bristol City

One of the Championship's 3pm Saturday kick-offs sees 12th-placed Middlesbrough host 14th-placed Bristol City. The hosts have drawn their last two league games, while the visitors have drawn three of their previous six, so this looks nicely set up for another stalemate.


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