BTTS Tips: Our four best picks for Saturday's 3pm fixtures
This Saturday is a day for the Premier League with the other English leagues out of action. We’ve got plenty of games to go at but with the playoffs on the way, the 3pm kick-offs have taken a serious hit! Nevertheless, we’ve still managed to piece together a BTTS accumulator for the weekend and we’ll talk you through our picks.
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Aston Villa vs Tottenham
Starting us off is Aston Villa vs Spurs. Villa are coming into this one with European football on their mind and a win could put them level on points with their opponents and into 6th place.
BTTS is a fairly short price in this one at 6/10 but it’s for good reason.
Spurs have now had both teams scoring in eight of their last 10 games, an alarming stat for them as they’ve not been on the favourable end of results as of late.
They’ve scored eight goals in their last four away trips in the Premier League and have not managed to win any of them! Everything here is pointing to both teams scoring with Spurs’ record on the road and their defensive record.
Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest
Chelsea are another team who have been on the wrong end of results recently and even though they managed to win their last game, they still conceded to a shaky Bournemouth side.
BTTS has landed in Chelsea’s last two games and we’ll be backing it again in their game against Nottingham Forest.
Forest have seen BTTS land in four of their last five away games in the Premier League and with Chelsea leaking goals for fun at the moment, they look a good bet to test them at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea have conceded two goals on their last three occasions at home which bodes well for both teams to score backers. Chelsea are big favourites for this one but don’t expect them to make it an easy win.
Man Utd vs Wolves
Man Utd have hit a rough patch of form recently and are coming off two consecutive 1-0 losses in the Premier League.
They’ll be hosting Wolves, a team they are very familiar with. You have to go all the way back to August 2022 to see Man Utd’s last loss in the league and their record has been excellent yet again this season at Old Trafford.
However, Wolves have scored on three of their last four away outings in the Premier League and they’ve tested Man Utd multiple times in the past.
United have been a different side since Martinez and Varane have been injured and they’re wide open at the back without them. Expect United to still come away with a win but their defense is leaving a lot to be desired.
Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth
Finishing us off is Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth.
Bournemouth are coming into this one with some decent form on the road where they have won their last three games on the road. They’ll be confident coming into this one and can overtake their opponents if they manage a win here.
Crystal Palace have also only lost one of their last eight games at Selhurst Park and are the odds-on favourites to win this game. When you see odds like that you half expect them to at least get one on the scoresheet but with Bournemouth’s away form at the moment, they are looking incredibly confident and could test Palace here. Though their form may be decent Palace have conceded in three of their last four home games which should fill BTTS backers with confidence.
With the limited fixtures, this will finish off our BTTS picks for this weekend and combining all the picks we’re left with a 9.17/1 accumulator with William Hill.