Football BTTS Acca Tips: Our best both teams to score plays for Saturday
After the drama of last weekend’s FA Cup third round, it’s back to business with a full set of domestic fixtures in England’s top four divisions, barring any postponements due to the ongoing pandemic. We’ve put together three of our favourite both teams to score football tips for the 3pm kick-offs which currently pay 4/1 as a treble with bet365.
BTTS: Leeds v Brighton, QPR v Wycombe, Burton v Ipswich, Newport v Fulham
- Brighton have the best BTTS record in the Premier League this season with Leeds ranking 19th for goals conceded
- 91% of Burton's home games this season have seen BTTS land. No team in England's top four leagues has a better BTTS percentage this season
- Newport gave a great account of themselves against Brighton and BTTS has landed in their last five
The first game where I’m fancying both teams to find the net comes in the Premier League where Leeds host Brighton, kicking off at 3pm. It’s fair to say that watching Leeds United this season has not been dull, Marcelo Bielsa’a side rank sixth for goals scored, but rank 19th for goals conceded. The lilywhites will fancy themselves to get the job done at Elland Road against a Brighton side that have won just one of their last 17 league games.
Despite sitting 17th in the league, Brighton have amassed the eight highest xG total this season, showing they have created a good volume of high quality chances and that they have failed to take and convert draws into wins. Graham Potter's side currently have the best both teams to score record in the league with it landing in 12 of their 18 league matches (67%)
League One’s pick comes from the Pirelli Stadium where Burton entertain Ipswich. No team in England’s top divisions has a better both teams to score record than Burton who have seen it land in a staggering 83% of their league fixtures.
At home, Burton’s BTTS record is even more impressive with a success rate of 91%. With ten of their eleven games on home soil seeing both teams get on the scoresheet, I’m happy to include this game with Ipswich the visitors to Staffordshire.
The final selection in this trio is Newport v Salford at Rodney Parade. Michael Flynn’s side were unlucky not to progress to the FA Cup fourth round after giving a brilliant account of themselves against Premier League opposition in Brighton. The Welsh side pushed the seagulls all the way to penalties and can take many positives into this game with Salford.
I think we have two of the best sides on show in League Two here and although Salford have been solid at the back this season, Newport have the ability to cause them issues. Both teams to score has landed in all five of the home sides most recent fixtures and at even money with bet365, looks a reasonable price to happen again on Saturday.