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Fill your boots: 4 BTTS tips for Saturday evening’s action

02 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 4 BTTS tips for Saturday evening’s action

These matches from the Premier League, Championship, Serie A and Bundesliga promise goals, and - with our 13/2 boosted four-fold - profit.

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West Ham v Liverpool – {ODDS:203146737:3/5}

Liverpool have conceded more goals away from home than any other Premier League team this season, and that run will extend at West Ham.

The Hammers have netted in four of their five home games this season, including putting two past Tottenham.

The Reds have only failed to score in the league against the two Manchester clubs this season, so are sure to find the net themselves.

Brentford v Leeds – {ODDS:205718724:4/7}

Brentford have led the Championship shot count since the early part of this season, so it comes as no surprise that the goals are beginning to flow.

The Bees have scored eight times in their last three games, failing to net just once in eight home matches this term.

Considering that only three teams have scored more goals than Leeds this season, both teams scoring looks likely.

Genoa v Sampdoria – {ODDS:204350757:8/11}

Sampdoria’s recent goalscoring record is superb, and gives this match a fantastic chance.

Saturday’s visitors have scored 14 goals in their last four matches, including two at Inter in their last away game.

Genoa scored twice against Napoli in their last home game, and have only drawn a blank at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris once this season. 

Dortmund v Bayern – {ODDS:202945066:2/5}

Dortmund’s results may have tailed off in the Bundesliga, but their goalscoring has not.

Peter Bosz’s side have only failed to score in one of their 17 matches this season, netting 15 goals in four league games at the Westfalenstadion.

Only Hoffenheim and PSG have stopped Bayern from scoring, and the visitors have netted in all of their six games since appointing Jupp Heynckes.