Adam Drury's BTTS football tips come from the Bundesliga and EFL.


Cologne v Hoffenheim (14:30)

BTTS landed in all of Cologne’s nine matches during the Bundesliga restart at the end of last season, including a 2-4, two 2-2s and a 6-1.

Markus Gisdol’s side have scored in all of his 12 home matches in charge.

Hoffenheim won their last two games of last season 4-0, with BTTS landing in five of their last seven on the road.

AFC Wimbledon v Plymouth (15:00)

AFC Wimbledon have produced goals at both ends in all of their first three games of this season, across three different competitions.

Glyn Hodges’ side were drawing 2-2 with Northampton after 31 minutes of their League One opener last week, with BTTS landing in 10 of their last 15 in the league.

Plymouth were fortunate not to concede in last week’s 1-0 win over Blackpool, with their other three matches so far this season all finishing 3-2.

Blackpool v Swindon (15:00)

Blackpool had 19 shots and generated an xG of 1.4 (experimental361) in last week’s defeat at Plymouth, so should be expected to score here.

The Tangerines will field two of their opponents’ star attackers from last season – Keshi Anderson and Jerry Yates.

Swindon beat Rochdale 3-1 in their opener last week, their third straight match in which BTTS has landed.

Grimsby v Salford (15:00)

BTTS had landed inside 22 minutes of Salford’s 2-2 draw with Exeter last week.

Graham Alexander’s side have scored in 12 of their last 13 league matches overall, including in five consecutive away games.

Grimsby’s two home games so far this season have finished 1-1 and 2-2, while they scored at least twice in four of their last five matches of last season at Blundell Park.


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