Welcome to the football betting tips section of William Hill news, where you will find our recommended bets and football predictions covering the weekend’s football across the continent.

The Premier League may be over for another season, but there’s still plenty of football taking place across Europe. Scroll down for our trio of best bets.

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PSG vs Dijon: PSG win to nil @ 13/10

PSG have somewhat taken their foot of the pedal since securing their sixth Ligue 1 title in seven years, winning only two of their last seven French top-flight fixtures.

Still 16 points clear, next they host a Dijon side, who could have their relegation confirmed if they draw or lose, depending on results elsewhere.

Recent road-trip form doesn’t bode well for the mustard men, who have failed to score in six of their last seven away games and 10 of their last 14 overall.

Considering this really should be their toughest away assignment of the season, the PSG win to nil looks overpriced.

Parma vs Fiorentina: Under 2.5 goals @ EVS

Both teams are in fairly dismal recent form, with Fiorentina losing five on the spin by a single-goal margin and Parma winless in nine.

This makes backing either side to triumph somewhat tricky, but another common trait among the teams is a difficulty in scoring goals.

Fiorentina haven’t scored in three outings and haven’t netted more than once in seven games, while under 2.5 goals would have been a successful bet in four of Parma’s last six fixtures.

Berwick Rangers vs Cove Rangers: Cove to keep a clean sheet @ 21/10

Cove qualified for this play-off to play in Scottish League Two next season on account of winning the Highland League, taking 93 points from a possible 104 in the process and ending the campaign with seven straight wins.

Berwick are in this play-off by virtue of finishing bottom of the 10 teams in League Two, They were eight points shy of ninth-placed Albion and 24 points adrift of eighth-placed Elgin.

Most recently, Berwick lost the first leg of this play-off 4-0 away at Cove, which stretched their sequence to eight games without a goal.

On that basis alone, Cove are a value bet to keep a clean sheet. Meanwhile, the Highland League club have only conceded two goals across their last eight matches too. The Cove win to nil for those interested is 11/4.