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Fill your boots: 4 BTTS tips for Saturday’s football

28 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 4 BTTS tips for Saturday’s football

These games from across England and the rest of Europe promise goals, and - with our 15/2 boost - profit.

Bournemouth v Leicester –

Bournemouth are rediscovering their scoring form after a slow start, netting three goals in their last two league matches.

And considering Leicester’s defensive record, that pattern should continue on Saturday.

The Foxes, admittedly against strong opposition, have conceded the third-highest number of goals in the Premier League this season, including one at Huddersfield a fortnight ago.

Craig Shakespeare’s side have only failed to score in one league match, though – away at Manchester United – so should net themselves.

Chelsea v Manchester City –

The Premier League’s best and third-best attacks meet at Stamford Bridge with goals surely a guarantee.

Chelsea have scored 13 times in their last seven home matches against the esteemed top six, and have plundered 15 in five outings on their own turf this season.

Man City’s attacking prowess is hardly a secret, but 16 goals in three league matches suggests that they should at least find the net once on Saturday evening.

Augsburg v Borussia Dortmund –

Augsburg have been strong at home, with one goal against RB Leipzig last time out making it six in three outings at the Augsburg Arena so far this season.

That, coupled with the fact that Dortmund have scored 15 goals in their last four matches, makes this one a safe bet.

A repeat of last season’s 1-1 draw would be perfect.

Udinese v Sampdoria –

Udinese are Serie A’s most reliable BTTS team, and there is every chance of that run extending on Saturday.

Luigi Delneri’s side have scored seven goals in four home matches, conceding in three of those games, while they also managed to net away at AC Milan and Roma this month.

Sampdoria have scored twice in two of their three away games so far, so should fulfil their side of the bargain.