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BTTS tips for Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Coppa Italia

27 Feb | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
BTTS tips for Scottish Premiership, La Liga and Coppa Italia

These games from the Scottish Premiership, La Liga, Coppa Italia and Coupe de France promise goals, and - with our 8/1 accumulator - profit.

Athletic Bilbao v Valencia – {ODDS:242240354:4/6}

Valencia have won their last three games without keeping a clean sheet, and have now scored in nine of their last 11 matches.

They’ve also conceded in each of their last 13 La Liga matches, a run which dates back to 19 November.

Expect more of the same against Athletic Bilbao, who have kept no clean sheets in their last four and lost 3-2 to Valencia away from home in October.

Lazio v AC Milan – {ODDS:235894144:3/4}

Both teams have scored in 18 of Lazio’s 26 league matches this season – the most of any Serie A side.

Expect goals at both ends once again when they host in-form Milan, who have found the net in 11 of their last 12 games in all competitions.

The Rossoneri have been better defensively under new manager Gennaro Gattuso, but will struggle to keep out a Lazio side that have bagged 10 goals in their last three.

Hibernian v Hamilton – {ODDS:244764780:19/20}

Hibernian and Hamilton have each been involved in 18 BTTS games this season – the joint-most in the Scottish Premiership.

These teams have already played each other twice this term, with Hamilton winning 3-1 away from home in August and drawing 1-1 in the reverse fixture in November.

Hibs have scored in eight successive home games while keeping just one clean sheet, so this one should also be high-scoring.

PSG v Marseille – {ODDS:244979746:8/13}

PSG won 3-0 when these sides met in the Ligue 1 at the weekend, but a more even game should be expected in the Coupe de France on Wednesday night.

Before Sunday’s defeat, Marseille had scored in 11 of their last 12 games in all competitions, with a 1-0 Europa League defeat away at Braga – with the tie already won – their only blank during that run.

L’OM put nine past Bourg-en-Bresse in the last round of this competition, and should manage to get on the scoresheet in Paris in their second attempt of the week.

*Odds subject to change.