BTTS Tips: Side with these eight teams to score on the final weekend before the World Cup
It’s the final weekend of Championship and Premier League football for a good few weeks now as the World Cup will take over the football world for a while. With all that in mind, we’re getting in one last BTTS accumulator before we go all in on the international games.
Spurs vs Leeds
We are starting off in the Premier League where Spurs host Leeds at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
Spurs are bang out of form with only two wins in their last seven games, Leeds unfortunately couldn’t manage to build on their two wins in a row against Wolves in the League Cup, but they still look like a team that are full of goals.
I think with Spurs’ recent defensive performances Leeds will go into this game believing they can get something and don’t be surprised to see the away side really test Tottenham. Despite Spurs’ recent results they come into this game as the 1/2 favourites and in all fairness they are the better side, but they have looked shaky at the back so I think that makes this a decent pick for BTTS
Bristol City vs Watford
Bristol City have not been looking too hot in the Championship this season where they sit in 20th place just three points off the relegation zone. On the other hand Watford have been on a tear recently with four wins in their last five games and sit in 5th in the table.
Whilst Bristol City may not be winning many games, it’s not like they’re struggling to score. They currently have the 2nd highest BTTS percentage in the league with 60% of their games seeing both teams score. They’ve also scored in all but two of their home games this season.
Watford do come into this game as the favourites but they have let in a fair few goals on the road, with The Hornets conceding seven in their last four away games. We’ll be hoping for a fair few goals in this one with hopefully, both teams finding success.
Oxford vs Port Vale
Down to League One we go where Oxford play Port Vale. Oxford come in as the favorites for this game at around 6/5 despite Port Value being further up in the table.
Oxford are the current kings of BTTS in League One with 71% of their games seeing both teams on the scoresheet. In fact, their last five games have all seen BTTS land thanks to three 1-1 results and a couple of other goal fests.
Port Vale have had BTTS land in 53% of their matches, but most of these have come recently as three of their last four games have been goals galore. Their last four fixtures have seen 15 goals in them with BTTS landing in all but one of them.
I think with how close this game is potentially going to be and both teams' tendencies to score goals, this is a great pick for both teams to score.
Crewe vs Colchester
And finally we’re down to League Two where Crewe will be hosting Colchester United. Crewe are the very narrow favourites for this game with the bookmakers having it fairly even. Colchester actually sit rock bottom of the table so it’s surprising to see Crewe at above evens at home to them.
Crewe have had BTTS land in 63% of their home games and when you pair that with the fact that Colchester have a 59% BTTS percentage in all their games this season. It looks like a great pick to finish off our accumulator. Colchester also have a 50% BTTS rate away from home which only bolsters the reasoning behind this bet.
With that being our final pick we’ve come out with a four-fold that is priced at 8.76/1 with William Hill and can be boosted to 9.69/1 with their Acca Freedom feature. Good luck to everyone that follows and remember to gamble responsibly.