BTTS Tips: Four fixtures that we expect goals in this Saturday
The Premier League returns this weekend and we’ve got a number of teams in action on Saturday as well as the rest of the football league in action. As always we’ll be putting together our four best bets for the both teams to score market on Saturday and combining them into a four-fold accumulator.
Both Teams To Score Tips
Wolves vs Liverpool
Things for Liverpool are not getting any better these days as they find themselves with only one win in their last six games in all competitions, and focusing solely on the Premier League they are winless in three. They have the tough task of claiming all three points away at Wolves on Saturday and we’ll be backing both teams to be scoring in this one.
Due to Liverpool’s poor defensive record this season, they’ve found themselves as the fourth-best team in the Premier League to back when it comes to the BTTS market and they have a tough away trip this time to boot.
Although the last game between these only finished 1-0, their game just two weeks before that finished in a 2-2 thriller. I think with how vulnerable Liverpool are at the back and their horrible away form as of late which has seen them concede eight goals over four away trips, Wolves are definitely going to be testing Liverpool here. Liverpool are the big favourites for this one and having them score really shouldn’t be an issue.
Millwall vs Sunderland
Here we have two teams right next to each other in the Championship table with Millwall being in 8th place and Sunderland being in 9th with just the one point separating the two. Despite the similarities, Millwall come in as the 8/15 favourites for this one, but we fancy both teams finding the back of the net.
When it comes to away trips Sunderland have scored more often than not, with nine of their 14 games having BTTS land, and them scoring in all but two of their away trips this season in the Championship. Sunderland have also gone six games unbeaten on the road and could really test Millwall here.
For Millwall they’re doing solid in the Championship this season only losing one of their last 10 at The Den, Sunderland will pose a big threat to their home form and if Millwall are conceding goals at home to the likes of Wigan, Sunderland can definitely test their defence.
Fleetwood vs Burton Albion
Fleetwood and Burton are both having a rough time in League One where the both find themselves at the bottom half of the table with Fleetwood in 17th and Burton just four points off them in 22nd.
Fleetwood have been one of the best teams to back for the BTTS market in League One where 63% of their games have resulted in both teams scoring. Burton are also up there, but more specifically their away trips more often than not with 9/13 of their away games having the bet land.
Fleetwood are having a rough time at home as of late with four straight losses. In those four losses, BTTS landed three times and we very well could be seeing a similar result. Burton are on the scoresheet more often than not on the road and with Fleetwood’s suspect defence, BTTS looks like a great play.
Doncaster vs Hartlepool
Finishing the BTTS tips off is a trip down to League Two where Doncaster host Hartlepool. Similar to our last game between Fleetwood and Burton, these two teams are struggling in their league but are both great to back for BTTS.
Doncaster are the second-best team in the league for backing BTTS when it comes to home matches with eight out of their 12 games so far finishing with both teams scoring. On the other hand, Hartlepool are also right up there and the 2nd best team in the league for BTTS. They also have 9/14 away games finishing with both teams scoring so we’ll be backing that for this game.
That finishes off our Saturday BTTS picks, this comes out as a 9.81/1 accumulator for Saturday which can be boosted to 10.87/1 with William Hill’s Acca Freedom offer. For those following along whether it just be one or two of the picks we wish you all the best of luck and make sure to gamble responsibly.
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