BTTS Tips: 12/1 four-fold for Wednesday's games
There is a glut of games being played in the majority of the top European leagues on Wednesday night and our man @OddsTerrier has picked out a four match BTTS accumulator to get stuck into. It takes in England, Scotland and Italy and totals just under 12/1 with bet365 due to their accumulator bonus.
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West Ham United vs Brighton & Hove Albion
David Moyes will be looking to right a slightly rocky ship after back to back Premier League losses - something that's not happened previously for seven months. Similarly Graham Potter somehow finds himself under pressure after getting booed off by his own supporters after a goalless draw with Leeds. Both men will be hoping to stamp their authority on this one but the stats show this match usually ends in a stalemate. They've drawn their last five games in all competitions which would help neither manager.
We're interested in goals and there are usually goals in this fixture. We've seen over 2.5 goals scored in the last 6 matches played at the London Stadium between the two clubs and there's been over 2.5 goals scored in six of West Ham's last seven games.
On the BTTS rankings the Hammers are joint top at home with 83% of their games ending with both teams scoring. Brighton average a goal a game on their travels but after recent shutouts they'll be up for playing a more attacking formation in this one.
Aston Villa vs Manchester City
A new managerial tussle is born on Wednesday night that's sure to give us some intriguing battles in the future. Pep Guardiola takes his City side to take on Steven Gerrard's Villa side who are perfect so far in his reign, but this will be his hardest test to date.
City arrive at Villa Park in great form having won their last three but Villa have won their last two under Gerrard and this one promises to be a cracking showdown.
On the BTTS front, the signs are certainly promising. Villa average almost two goals a game at home and half their games have ended in BTTS. City have scored ten in their six away games and all that adds up to a decent looking both teams to score punt.
Hibernian vs Glasgow Rangers
Table toppers Rangers visit Easter Road on Wednesday looking to avenge their heavy League Cup defeat at the hands of Jack Ross's charges. Giovanni van Bronckhorst has had a perfect start so far in his Rangers managerial role with two wins from two and will be looking to extend that streak here. Hibs are 15 points behind The Gers in the league and need something here to get back into the European reckoning.
Rangers have been leaky both home and away, are conceding on average a goal a game and are ranking top in the Premiership for BTTS with 71% of their games ending with neither team keeping a clean sheet.
Hibernian are conceding even more, conceding 17 goals in 13 games and its hard to see them keeping out Rangers here. This one looks a very likely BTTS opportunity.
Bologna vs Roma
Wednesday evening sees Serie A action at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara with Joey Saputo's Bologna hosting José Mourinho's AS Roma. Both teams are sat just outside the Champions League spots and will be hoping for a win here to keep the pressure on the top four.
Bologna are fairly prolific at home but also are prone to conceding goals and Roma are averaging TWO goals a game away from home. Both sides are seeing both teams scoring in half of their overall games and this one looks a good candidate too.