BTTS Tips: 22/1 five-fold for Tuesday's UK football action
The Premier League may be on a winter break but there are a large number of fixtures across the UK this midweek and we've asked our BTTS guy @OddsTerrier to scour the markets and pick out a Both Teams to Score acca for you. He's selected five games from across England where he thinks the selection will land. The five-fold pays 22/1 including a 12% Accumulator Bonus at bet365.
As always please bet responsibly.
Luton Town v Bristol City
First up we have a Championship tie between two mid table sides. Luton lie in 13th place while Bristol City are just two points below in 16th. Town rank fairly low in BTTS but we like the look of this one to land. Kenilworth road has seen a whopping 35 goals scored in just 12 matches this year so we should definitely get goals here. City rank 3rd in the league for away BTTS. 67% of their games have ended with no clean sheet for either side and their games on the road have seen 45 total goals scored in 12 games; almost 4 a game!
AFC Wimbledon v Ipswich Town
Next up we move into League One and onto Plough Lane. 19th placed AFC Wimbledon host an Ipswich team that has moved up the table to 9th after a few decent results recently. The Dons have seen 30 goals combined at the lane and 64% of those games have seen BTTS land. Ipswich have seen 17 of 27 games end with BTTS this season and their games on the road have totalled 38 combined goals.
Burton Albion v MK Dons
Albion rank even higher than Wimbledon for home BTTS with 9 of their 13 home games (69%) ending that way. MK meanwhile, have a phenomenal 85% of their away games ending without a clean sheet - 11 out of 13 games! Those 13 games have resulted in 46 total goals being scored so we should surely get some here?
Barrow v Salford City
Finally we move onto League Two and Holker Street. Barrow are struggling near the foot of the table and are down in 21st but are seven points off the relegation places. Big-spending Salford are hovering outside the playoff spots and currently sit in 10th - seven points off the end of season knock-out melee. Barrow have seen 32 goals scored at Holker street this season and 9 out of 13 have seen BTTS hit. Salford have a decent away BTTS record too, 58% of their games end this way.
Walsall v Bradford City
The last game takes place at The Banks's Stadium in Walsall. The Saddlers sit in 17th position and The Bantams are four points and five places above them in the table. These two sides love BTTS. Walsall are 9 from 13 (69%) at home and City are 68% overall. 38 goals have been scored in the 13 games at The Banks and I expect that to continue here.