BTTS Tips: 17/2 four-fold for Saturday's UK football
We've got a full raft of UK football this weekend and we've got match previews on site for all the Premier League games. We've asked our BTTS statto @OddsTerrier to scour the formbook and he's picked out a tasty four-fold for your delectation. It pays a little over 17/2 with bet365 including a 10% Accumulator Bonus.
Everton v Leeds United
We have a full match preview for this game on site and as mentioned this one screams goals. Frank Lampard’s two matches in charge of Everton have contained nine goals, while six of Everton’s last 10 games have contained 4+ goals, with the club both scoring and conceding in nine of those games. 60% of their games at Goodison have seen BTTS land. Leeds are even worse in this metric - 8 out of 10 away games have seen it occur; 73% of the time and they have witnessed a combined 40 goals scored in just 11 games on the road.
AFC Wimbledon v Sunderland
We move down into League One which is usually a fertile breeding ground for BTTS backers. 20th placed Wimbledon take on a 4th placed Sunderland who are in a shocking state currently. They are managerless having disposed of Lee Johnson after a thumping 6-0 defeat at Bolton. Since then they've suffered two 2-1 losses to teams at the foot of the table and badly need a win. They will likely be boosted by the imminent appointment of Alex Neil and will be hopeful of three points here. Wimbledon are winless in 10 and badly need something here against a side low on confidence. Plough Lane has seen 39 goals in 15 games and 60% of the games there end in BTTS. The Mackems have seen 10 of 16 away games result in BTTS with a colossal 55 goals scored.
Cheltenham Town v Fleetwood Town
We move onto a lower mid-table clash between 16th placed Cheltenham and 19th placed Fleetwood. Only four points separate these two and both come into this game in identical form; winning one, losing one and drawing four of their last six. The Jonny-Rocks Stadium ,or Whaddon Road for the traditionalists, has seen 42 combined goals in 16 games with 63% of those seeing BTTS hit. The Cod Army rank even higher with 10 of 14 away games (71%) ending with neither team managing a clean sheet.
Wigan Athletic v Charlton Athletic
Our last selection comes from the DW Stadium. Automatic promotion chasing Wigan host mid-table Charlton and will be looking for another win to close the gap on leaders Rotherham. The Latics lost their first game since October in midweek after a phenomenal run.
Wigan lead the league in home BTTS ranking with 69% of their games seeing it land. The Addicks can beat that however. 11 of their 15 games (73%) on their travels end with both teams netting.
If you decide to hop on board this four-fold then please remember to bet responsibly.