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Fill your boots: 4 best BTTS bets from the midweek European clashes

24 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 4 best BTTS bets from the midweek European clashes

From El Molinon to Munich, these fixtures from around the continent guarantee goals...

PSG v Monaco –

This French Cup semi-final between the highest-scoring sides in Ligue 1 promises goals, and plenty of them.

PSG have scored in all but two of their home games in all competitions this season, while Monaco have only been held scoreless twice on their travels.

The visitors have also only kept clean sheets against Angers and Caen in their last 13 games.

Both teams have scored in each of the three previous meetings between these teams this season, and it’s safe to bet on the same again this week.

Deportivo v Real Madrid –

Real Madrid have scored in every single one of their games this season.

They also have the highest BTTS percentage in La Liga, with both teams scoring in 24 of their 32 fixtures.

Deportivo, meanwhile, found the net at home to Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla earlier in the campaign.

They should do so again against a leaky Real defence that has been heavily weakened by injuries.

With Raphael Varane and Pepe both sidelined and Sergio Ramos suspended, Los Blancos’ chances of keeping a clean sheet are low.

Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund –

No side has managed to keep Bayern off the scoresheet at the Allianz Arena this season.

The German champions have, however, struggled at the back recently, having conceded in five of their last six games.

They face a tough task keeping out Dortmund, who have scored in all but three of their Bundesliga games this season, with their last blank coming at home to Schalke back in October.

Both teams have scored in each of their last five fixtures, and that run should extend to six here.

Sporting Gijon v Espanyol –

Real Madrid are the only La Liga side with a higher BTTS percentage than Gijon this season.

Los Rojiblancos have both scored and conceded in 23 of their 33 league fixtures, and 13 of 16 at home.

They are yet to keep a clean sheet on their own turf all season, and are unlikely to do so against Espanyol, who have found the net in 11 out of 16 league away games.

The Catalan side have also kept just two away clean sheets in nine, with Leganes and Malaga the only sides to be held in that period.