Football BTTS Acca Tips: Saturday's best both teams to score plays
The World Cup qualifiers continue on Saturday with no action from England’s top two divisions this weekend. There’s still plenty going on in League’s One and Two and we’re continuing our weekly series highlighting our favourite fancies for both teams to score.
This week's selections all kick off at 3pm on Saturday and when combined into a multiple, our football tips pay around 11/1 with bet365. It’s also worth noting that we will receive a 10% bonus on our winnings, should both teams find the net in all four games. You can read more about the soccer accumulator bonus bet365 offer. here.
BTTS: MK Dons v Doncaster, Peterborough v Accrington, Colchester v Bradford, Morecambe v Cheltenham
Kicking off proceedings in our both teams to score four-fold this week is MK Dons v Doncaster down in Buckinghamshire. Only Burton Albion have seen more of their home games feature BTTS more than the Dons this season with it occurring in 13 of their 18 matches. There has been a first half goal scored in their last 17 home games and after victories in their last three, all which featured BTTS, we’re leaning towards a good few goals here on Saturday.
Doncaster’s form has not been great in the last couple of weeks with Rovers now going winless in their last four. They still sit fifth in the table with games in hand over the sides above them but with a gap now opening to the automatic spots, they will be desperate to get back to winning ways. No side in League One has seen more of their away matches include both teams to score than Doncaster this term with it landing in 10 of 16.
Peterborough are another side in contention for promotion from League One and currently find themselves in second place, just three points behind leaders Hull. Posh are the second-top scorers in the division with 59% of their home games seeing both sides get on the scoresheet.
They play John Coleman's Accrington Stanley on Saturday and after their 3-1 victory over Wigan last week proved they've not given up hope of a play-off spot just yet. Stanley are just three points behind sixth, but are 12th in the standings with games in hand on some sides above them. Five of their last seven on the road have seen both teams score and we fancy them to have a good go at Peterborough.
Dropping down into League Two and the first fixture we’ve honed in on is Colchester v Bradford. We have two teams here who are not in great form with the home side winless in their last six and Bradford winless in their last five. The U’s have won just once in their last 21 matches but after scoring two against promotion hopefuls Tranmere midweek, they can get on the scoresheet against City.
Bradford will fancy their chances considering Colchester’s dire record over the last few months. After a run of seven wins from eight, the Bantams are winless in five, although they have scored against Bolton, Newport and Carlisle in that period. 56% of Bradford’s away matches have seen both teams score and at 11/10 this could be slightly overpriced.
Cheltenham are looking good for promotion and top the League Two table going into their game at Morecambe this weekend. Michael’s Duff’s side have one of the best defences in the division but we believe in Morecambe to get on the scoresheet who have exceeded expectations under Derek Adams this term. Over 2.5 goals has landed in Morecambe’s last four at home with both teams scoring in 11 of the last 17 at Mazuma Stadium
The Shrimps have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last five and if all goes well both teams can find the net here that would bring home the 12/1 four-fold with bet365. Good luck to those following and please always gamble responsibly.