Fill your boots: 5 European BTTS tips for Wednesday's football
From Berlin to the Bernabeu, these matches promise goals, and - with our 10/1 five-fold - profit.
Lazio v Napoli –
Lazio’s prolific start to the season has gone under the radar amid the excellence of Napoli and Juventus.
Simone Inzaghi’s side have scored 10 goals in their last three matches, including four against AC Milan, and they should continue their form into what is their trickiest game of the season so far.
Napoli put six past Benevento on Sunday and will surely score in what should be an entertaining game.
Udinese v Torino –
In a meeting between two sides that have scored in all of their matches so far this season, goalmouth action is a certainty.
Udinese scored even in defeat to AC Milan on Sunday, and have conceded at least twice in three of their five games so far this season.
Torino, led by Andrea Belotti, have netted 14 times this term, and are bound to fulfil their side of the bargain.
Real Madrid v Real Betis –
Real Madrid have not won to nil in the league since the opening weekend of the season, opening up the possibility of a goal for Real Betis at the Bernabeu.
The visitors have also scored in their last three outings, and in six of their last seven matches with Wednesday’s hosts.
Zinedine Zidane’s side have scored in a world-record 73 consecutive matches, and there is little prospect of them failing to do so in this one.
Hertha Berlin v Bayer Leverkusen –
Bayer Leverkusen’s last five away league matches have produced goals for both sides, a sequence that is poised to continue in this game.
Heiko Herrlich’s side have also scored in every game so far this season, including four in their last outing against Freiburg.
This fixture finished 2-6 last season, and anything similar would do the business on Wednesday.
Mainz v Hoffenheim –
Hoffenheim have scored in all of their matches so far this season, including two in victory over Bayern Munich and three across two legs against Liverpool.
They have also conceded eight goals in their last five matches, meaning both teams scoring in this game shouldn’t be too much of a stretch.
That Mainz’s last two matches have produced eight goals is simply a bonus.
*Odds subject to change.