BTTS Tips: 13/2 four-fold for Sunday's European action
There are two games being played in the Premier League on Sunday and we will have full match previews for both on BettingOdds.com. There is also a full slate of European football being played across the continent and we've asked our BTTS statto @OddsTerrier to scour the formbook for you. He's picked out a nice little four-fold which pays a smidge over 13/2 at bet365 including their famous Soccer Accumulator Bonus.
Leeds United v Manchester United
Our first selection takes place at Elland Road in what is sure to be a feisty atmosphere. Leeds United host the team they love to despise: Manchester United, for the first time at home since being promoted, in front of their own fans. The fixture last year was played behind closed doors, with zero supporters present so this will be the first chance for a sell out Elland Road to display just exactly what they think of their rivals from down the M62. We will have a full match preview for this huge clash on site on Saturday.
In terms of our article, both these sides feature highly for BTTS with Leeds fans seeing a combined 30 goals from the 11 games at Elland Road this season, seven of which have seen BTTS land. The Red Devils rank even higher away from home, 75% (nine of 12) of games have seen both teams scoring.
Valencia v Barcelona
We move into Spain and the Primera Liga for a clash at the Mestalla between 12th placed Valencia and a Barcelona team up in 4th and chasing a Champions League spot. Barca are in decent form since returning hero Xavi took over the reins and are unbeaten in their last eight, although they have drawn four of those. Valencia on the other hand are in some dreary form; winless in six with just two points from 18.
These are the top two ranked sides for BTTS in La Liga with 33 of their combined 47 games ending that way. Valencia have seen BTTS land in nine of their last ten games and Barca have seen seven of their last nine hit. This one looks extremely likely.
Borussia Dortmund v Borussia Mönchengladbach
Our last two picks are over in Germany. First up is 2nd placed Dortmund taking on Mönchengladbach who are down in 13th and looking nervously over their shoulders at the relegation zone.
Dortmund have won nine of eleven home games but they tend to concede too. Westfalenstadion has seen a startling 51 goals scored in only 11 games with nine of those games ending in BTTS. Die Fohlen also rank high in this metric, with eight of their eleven games seeing neither side register a clean sheet.
Hertha Berlin v RB Leipzig
Our last selection comes from the German capital and the Olympiastadion for the tie between Hertha Berlin and Red Bull Leipzig. It's anther top versus bottom clash, with 4th placed Leipzig visiting 14th placed Hertha in a match that could have big repercussions for both. Hertha are winless in five since their great home win over Dortmund back in December. RB are in decent form; winning four of their last six and will be confident of another three points here.
Again, these two sides rank highly for BTTS with Hertha having nine of their 11 home games ending that way and a combined 32 goals scored in the magnificent Berlin based stadium. Leipzig have seen 60% of their away games end in BTTS and have conceded over a goal a game on the road.
If you decide to follow these picks, then good luck and remember to gamble responsibly.