BTTS Tips: 11/1 four-fold for Tuesday's EFL action
There is loads of midweek UK football on Tuesday evening and we've asked our BTTS man @OddsTerrier to scour the formbook. He's picked out a tasty four-fold for your pleasure. It pays a little over 11/1 with app based sportsbook SBK. You can sign up for a £40 free bet using the link above.
Portsmouth v Oxford United
We start in League One, down on the south coast and a Pompey side still hovering around mid-table, with an eye firmly on the playoff places. They host an Oxford team firmly ensconced in a playoff spot and hopeful of nicking the 2nd automatic spot from Wigan. Both sides come into this one in decent nick, Portsmouth with 10 points from their last 12 and Oxford winning their last three straight games.
One thing this game does scream is goals. Fratton Park has seen 45 goals scored in just 16 games and 50% of those games have seen both sides net. Oxford, meanwhile, lead the league for BTTS (66%) and their recent games have seen a staggering amount of goals scored - 108 in total in the 35 games played this season.
Wigan Athletic v Fleetwood Town
Our second pick features another League one promotion candidate, Wigan, who currently sit in second and have multiple games in hand on the clubs around them. They host a Fleetwood side that are in a shocking run of form, winless in seven and way down in 19th spot. The one positive the Cod Army can take from the recent spell is they have actually drawn five of those games, so they're competitive in most matches.
Wigan rank highly in BTTS at the DW stadium, with 10 of their 16 (63%) games seeing it land. Town rank even higher on the road with 11 of 16 (69%) seeing neither side keep a clean sheet. Fleetwood generally score - they have only failed to score on five occasions this season - and Wigan tend to leak goals at home.
Wycombe Wanderers v Cambridge United
Our last game from League One is a mid-table duel between 8th placed Wycombe and 13th placed Cambridge. The Chairboys are on a terrible run of form and are winless in seven, which has seen them drop out of the playoff spots. They will be desperate for three points against a U's side that has picked up two wins and a draw in their last four.
Both sides rank highly for BTTS with Wycombe 59% at home and Cheltenham 69% away and have been involvd in some high scoring matches - notably Wanderers who drew 5-5 with Cheltenham two weeks ago. Between then their has been a combined 196 goals scored in their 68 games this season - a huge amount.
Harrogate Town v Port Vale
The last pick comes from League Two and North Yorkshire. Both teams are in and around mid table and both will be eyeing up a late run at the playoffs. 9th placed Vale make the trip along the M62 to 14th placed Town and will be hoping for another good result here. The Valiants are on the back of an eight game unbeaten run, including a good win at home to Stevenage at the weekend. The Sulphurites are struggling after a superb start to the season but continue to pick up impressive results, in particular a 3-1 win away at Bradford.
Harrogate have seen nine of 15 games end with BTTS hitting and Wetherby Road has seen an average of three goals per game scored. Vale lead the league for away BTTS rank with 11 of 15 games (73%) seeing it occur and a combined 42 goals in just 15 games on their travels.
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