By Maryam Naz
Last Updated: 19th November 2018
Welcome to the football betting tips section of William Hill news, where you will find all of our recommended bets and football predictions covering this week’s football action from around Europe.
Our bets are built from several different markets and offer a variety of odds on football matches across Europe’s top leagues.
Take a look at what we have to offer below:
Scotland vs Israel betting tips | Scotland to win @ 8/11
The first prediction in our football betting tips forecasts Scotland to win.
Backing a side that’s lost seven of their last 10 internationals, including four of their past five on home turf, might not sound like the most profitable betting strategy.
Yet, while Alex McLeish’s men have been turned over by the Netherlands at Pittodrie and lost to Costa Rica, Belgium and Portugal at Hampden across their last five matches in their backyard, their sole success during that sequence was also the only competitive fixture of the quintet.
In fact, the Scots are unbeaten in seven such matches in the land of Rob Roy and battered Mars bars, winning four of their last five to nil.
Israel may be resurgent of late, having won three successive internationals, but all came in front of their own partisans.
Andi Herzog’s side were duffed up 3-0 by Northern Ireland on their last international road trip and also go turned over on their Nations League away trip to Albania.
Kosovo vs Azerbaijan betting tips | Kosovo to win @ 7/10
The Kosovans’ run to the verge of Nations League promotion in League D Group 3, must be incredibly galling to their long-term international cannon fodder groupmates Malta and the Faroe Islands.
Bernard Challandes’ side only needs a point to seal their ascent to League C, but they can finish the section with a victory over their closest pursuers in Pristina.
They’re unbeaten in the mini-league, winning both their home games and conceding just twice across their first five fixtures, which included holding the Azeris to a draw in Baku.
Having won their last five on home turf, our football betting tips wager that they can use that defensive strength as a platform for recording a sixth.
Salford vs Shrewsbury betting tips | Salford to qualify @ 5/6
Graham Alexander’s side are unbeaten at Moor Lane this term, winning seven of their 10 home games and haven’t tasted defeat anywhere in 18 outings.
The Ammies cost Salop gaffer, John Askey, his job when holding the Shropshire side at New Meadow and they can get the job done against foes that have failed to win eight of their last ten on the road.
Wile, the 17/10 about the hosts securing victory in normal time may be more alluring odds to some, the last of our football betting tips are respectful of the fact that Salford have drawn four of their past six and may need more than 90 minutes to seal the deal.
Maryam is a female football writer, who grew up playing a wide variety of sport. She slowly became converted as a lover of football around the age of 10, and her interest in it drove her to pursue it not only physically, but also academically. In her first year of college she cemented a placement at the Independent, whom she worked for before branching out to Premier League-accredited sites like the female-led 'Offside Rule' blog and RealSport. She studied English at University alongside this, and is now a digital copy-writer and editor, specialising in sports journalism.