BTTS Tips: 10/1 Four Fold for Tuesday's football
There is some English action as well as a few elite European league games on Tuesday and we've asked our BTTS statto @OddsT3rrier to dig out his form book and pick out a four-fold for your perusal. It has been boosted by bet365 using their accumulator bonus all the way out to above 10/1.
Cambridge United v Charlton Athletic
First up we start in League One and a mid-table clash between Mark Bonner's Cambridge and Johnnie Jackson's Charlton. These two sides are separated by just three places and four points and are both safely ensconced with neither bale to go up or down at this late stage of the season.
Both sides rank exactly the same for BTTS this term with 22 of 43 matches (51%) ending that way. United's last three games have seen BTTS hit and three of the last four have done so for the Addicks.
Oxford United v Milton Keynes Dons
We make the short journey between the famous university towns and up at the top of the table and we've got a huge clash between playoff chasing Oxford and an MK Dons still right in the battle for automatic promotion. Karl Robinson's side have to win here to keep the pressure on Sunderland and Wycombe while his former club sit level on points with Rotherham in 3rd but have played a game more.
These two sides rank extremely highly for BTTS. United lead the league with 30 of 43 games (70%) seeing it land and also lead the league in scoring. MK Dons aren't far behind with 15 of 21 games (71%) away seeing it occur and 60% overall.
Real Betis v Elche
We move into Europe and a Primera Liga match between Betis and Elche. This should be a fairly comfortable win for 5th placed Betis over an Elche side down in 13th but luckily for us football isn't played on paper.
Elche have lost four of their last six but are having no problems scoring, netting in five of their last six with BTTS happening in three of them. Overall for the season, Los Franjiverdes are ranking 5th in the league for BTTS with 56% of games ending that way/ Betis also rank highly with 53% of games seeing both teams score.
Hamburger SV v SC Freiburg
Lastly we have a German DFB Pokal cup semi final clash between 2. Bundesliga side Hamburg and Bundesliga Freiburg. Both sides are riding fairly high in their respective divisions and this should be an exciting tie full of goals.
Hamburg are prolific at the Volksparkstadion, scoring 34 goals in just 16 games and 69% of those games have seen BTTS occur. Frieburg are also a favourite in these columns with 18 of 30 games (60%) seeing BTTS happen.