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Fill your boots: 4 BTTS bets for Saturday evening

13 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 4 BTTS bets for Saturday evening

These four fixtures from the Premier League, Championship, Serie A and Bundesliga promise goals, and - with our Betway Boost - profit.

Manchester City v Tottenham –

Both teams have scored in five of Manchester City’s last six matches, and there is little prospect of that run ending on Saturday.

The hosts, who were in sensational form at Swansea on Wednesday, have scored in every Premier League game this season, not failing to net in the league since the Manchester derby at the end of April – 23 matches ago.

Spurs, though, have scored twice on both of their last two visits to the Etihad, and, having scored in their last seven matches, can exploit what is undoubtedly the league leaders’ weakness.

Cardiff v Hull City –

Cardiff will surely score against the league’s third-worst defence.

Neil Warnock’s side have netted in their last seven matches, and only failed to do so in two of their 12 home matches this season.

Crucially, though, no team in the Championship has been involved in more BTTS matches than Hull, with four of their last five matches producing at least four goals shared at both ends.

Torino v Napoli –

Napoli were held goalless at Fiorentina last weekend, but their goalless run will not extend to two matches.

Maurizio Sarri’s side have only failed to score in one of 12 away matches this season, and have not drawn consecutive blanks since February 2016.

Torino have scored in eight of their nine home matches this season, and won 3-1 at Lazio last time out, so are a good bet to net themselves.

Dortmund v Hoffenheim –

In the BTTS banker of the weekend, it is difficult to imagine that the sides won’t share more than a goal apiece.

Despite a woeful run of form, Dortmund have scored in every one of their home games this season, conceding at least two in six of the last seven.

Eighth-place Hoffenheim – who are the league’s fourth-highest scorers – have only kept an away league clean sheet at bottom-side Cologne, conceding eight goals in their last three on the road.