Football BTTS Acca Tips: 10/1 play for Saturday's 3pm action
It’s the FA Cup fourth round this weekend, however there are also 18 games across League’s One and Two kicking off at 3pm on Saturday. We’ve taken a look over the fixtures and have picked out four matches where we like the look of both teams to score as part of this weekend’s football tips on BettingOdds.com.
As an accumulator the selections pay around 9/1, although by using bet365 it means should this bet go on to win, we will earn an extra 10% on our winnings thanks to their soccer accumulator bonus.
BTTS: Charlton v Swindon, Crewe v AFC Wimbledon, Morecambe v Colchester & Port Vale v Walsall
Charlton host Swindon in the capital on Saturday afternoon and their game with the Robins is the first in this quartet of fixtures where we fancy both teams to score. We have two teams here at contrasting ends of the table with Charlton sitting in sixth, while Swindon remain in the relegation zone in a miserable 23rd.
It’s the away side’s ability to get on the scoresheet away from home this season that catches the eye in this fixture. No other team in League One has seen a greater percentage of their away fixtures featuring both teams to score than Swindon. 80% of their games away from The County Ground this campaign have resulted in both teams finding the back of the net and with Charlton conceding an average of 2 goals per game across their last seven fixtures, this one looks primed for BTTS.
Crewe is the destination for our second selection as David Artell’s side host AFC Wimbledon at Gresty Road. The away side have only won one of their last ten league matches, however both teams to score has landed in seven of those for AFC Wimbledon.
Crewe have been one of the best teams in the Football League when it comes to backing both teams to score this campaign. BTTS has landed in all nine of their most recent league fixtures and I fancy a repeat on Saturday against a Wimbledon side who are desperate to pick up points.
Moving into League Two and Colchester make the long trip up to Morecambe this weekend. The Shrimps are enjoying a fantastic season under Derek Adams and have exceeded many people’s expectations, including the bookmakers who had them at Shrimps at 25/1 to earn promotion before the start of the season. They currently sit one place outside the play-offs and are as short as 5/1 with some firms to make the step up a division.
Seven of Morecambe’s 11 home games this season have resulted in both teams to score, with seven of Colchester’s 11 away fixtures also having the same occurrence. Both sides are winless in their last two games and a high scoring affair should be on the cards this weekend.
The final game in this 10/1 accumulator is Port Vale against Walsall. The visitors have the best both teams to score percentage on the road in League Two this season with it landing in nine of their 11 fixtures, a percentage of 82%. Just three points separate these two in the table and we expect both to get on the scoresheet at Vale Park.
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