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Fill your boots: 4 BTTS picks from Sunday’s football

From Elland Road to the Giuseppe Meazza, these weekend fixtures promise goals, and - with our 17/2 accumulator - profit.

17 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 4 BTTS picks from Sunday’s football

Leeds v Middlesbrough –

Leeds have lost four on the bounce in all competitions, but have still managed to score in all of those defeats.

Thomas Christiansen’s side have also found the net in their last six home league games, while Middlesbrough have only kept one clean sheet in their last five away games in all competitions.

But Boro will surely get on the scoresheet too, having done so in seven of their last nine on the their travels.

Watford v West Ham –

Watford’s defence took another beating last time out, conceding three to struggling Everton and failing to keep a clean sheet for the seventh successive game.

So the Hornets could struggle to keep out a West Ham side that have scored six in three in all competitions away from home, including three against Spurs in the EFL Cup.

Given West Brom are the only Premier League side that the Hammers have managed to shut out on the road this season, goals at both ends look likely on Sunday afternoon.

Inter Milan v Atalanta –

Inter are a real force at the Giuseppe Meazza, where they’ve scored 13 in six so far this season and are yet to lose a game.

The Nerazzurri have also let in five in their last three at home, and now face an Atalanta side that have been involved in nine BTTS games this season – the most in Serie A.

Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have both scored and conceded in every one of their seven away matches in all competitions, and should extend that run this weekend.

Sampdoria v Juventus –

Sampdoria have won five of five at home this season, scoring two or more goals in every game.

They’ve notched nine in their last two at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, and are good value to do so against a Juventus side that have kept just one clean sheet in seven on their travels.

The Bianconeri have also scored in every one of their last 12 games, bagging 14 in five away from home.

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