BTTS Tips: 10/1 four fold for Saturday's UK action
There are six Premier League games taking place on Saturday and we'll have full match previews on site. There is also action in the EFL and in Scotland and our BTTS guy @OddsT3rrier has taken four of those matches for his Both Teams To Score four-fold. Its been boosted out to 10/1 with bet365 using their famed Accumulator Bonus.
Dundee United v Motherwell
We start our journey round Britain in the Scottish Premiership and a match between 8th placed Dundee United and 8th placed Motherwell.
United have only won one of their last eight games but they've also seen BTTS land in every single one of those games. Motherwell, on the other hand, lead the league for away BTTS rank with 10 of 16 games seeing it occur on the road.
AFC Wimbledon v Accrington Stanley
We move down south of the border and into League One and a game that Wimbledon have to win, and win big, if they are to have a hope of staying up. They are three points off safety yet have a far worse goal difference than Fleetwood. Stanley sit safely in mid table and will be planning for next season.
These two teams both rank in the top nine in the league for BTTS and are regular favourites in this column. The Dons are winless since early December but generally score. Their last six games have seen BTTS hit. Accrington have slightly better form but again are leaky at the back, with five of their last seven games seeing BTTS happen.
Bolton Wanderers v Fleetwood Town
10th placed Bolton take on a Fleetwood side teetering just above the relegation zone. We have explored the permutations in full for League One here.
Wanderers are on a decent run of seven unbeaten but have seen BTTS land in their last six straight games. Fleetwood also rank highly for BTTS with 64% of their games in League one ending that way.
Sheffield Wednesday v Portsmouth
The last pick is from Hillsborough and a Wednesday side who still need a point to secure the play-offs. Here they face mid table Pompey who put a spanner in Wigan's title challenge in midweek, overturning a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2.
Six out of Wednesday's last nine games have seen BTTS hit and they're ranking at 51% for the season. Pompey are lower but I firmly expect both sides to score here. Portsmouth have scored 13 goals in their last five games and BTTS has hit on 4/5 of those.