By Thomas Reynolds
Last Updated: 5th March 2019
Welcome to the football betting tips section of William Hill news, where you will find our recommended bets and football predictions covering the midweek action.
Take a look at our trio of best bets for the weeknight clashes across the continent.
Football betting tips
Paris Saint-Germain vs Manchester United betting tips | Kylian Mbappe last goalscorer @ 15/8
United have bounced back from the sobering setback they sustained against Les Parisiens in the first leg of this tie, winning three of their four games since and keeping two clean sheets.
However, an unfortunate rash of injuries, not to mention Paul Pogba’s suspension for this tie, have left them weaker in midfield than when Thomas Tuchel’s outfit comfortably outclassed them at Old Trafford.
Mbappe scored the clincher in a 2-0 win on that occasion and has notched in all four of his outings since, including braces in each of his past two and the last goal in all four.
The 20-year-old is in irresistible form at present and United’s injury-ravaged engine room is unlikely to shut off his supply line.
Rennes vs Arsenal betting tips | Rennes double chance @ 8/11
The Gunners have won just two of their past 10 away games across all competitions, drawing three times and losing five times, including away to BATE Borisov in the last round of the Europa League.
During that checkered spell, they’ve kept just one clean sheet – to League One Blackpool – and conceded three at Southampton and even given up a goal to the toothless Terriers of Huddersfield.
Rennes are unbeaten in 12 at Roazhon Park, shutting out seven of their past dozen visitors and the absence of the suspended Alexandre Lacazette for Arsenal further enhances their hopes of avoiding defeat.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Inter betting tips | Eintracht Frankfurt to win @ 13/10
Inter won three in a row after Mauro Icardi was stripped of the captaincy and sidelined, but that positive effect appears to have worn off now.
The Nerazzurri have dropped points away in their last two outings, shipping three in a draw to Fiorentina and going down 2-1 at Cagliari last time out.
Such shippings are at odds with the defensive stinginess they’ve displayed for much of the campaign and couldn’t have come at worse time than the visit to Europa League surprise package Frankfurt.
Adi Hutter’s side have already put four past Lazio, Marseille and Shakhtar at home in the competition this term and may start all three of the free-scoring Ante Rebic/Sebastien Haller/Luka Jovic axis in an effort to blast the Italians into submission.