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Fill your boots: 4 Saturday football BTTS tips

22 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 4 Saturday football BTTS tips

These games from across England and Germany promise goals, and - with our 8/1 Betway Boost - profit.

Leicester v Liverpool – {ODDS:188178320:8/13}

Quite how Liverpool failed to score in Tuesday’s Carabao Cup meeting between these two is as big a mystery as where Islam Slimani has been hiding that left foot.

Needless to say, the return of Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah should ease any concerns that such an occurrence will play out again.

Leicester, spearheaded by the in-form Jamie Vardy, need only to extend their run of scoring in 13 straight home league matches.

Fulham v Middlesbrough – {ODDS:190490227:4/6}

Fulham are struggling results-wise, but they have both scored and conceded in their last three matches.

Slavisa Jokanovic’s side were the Championship’s top scorers last season, and it is expected that they will hit the same heights before long.

Britt Assombalonga and Lewis Baker will lead a talent-laden Middlesbrough side that have scored five goals in their last two matches.

Rotherham v Oldham – {ODDS:190379656:4/5}

Rotherham have enjoyed home comforts so far this season, plundering five goals on two separate occasions at the New York Stadium.

And visitors Oldham have responded to their dismal start with a raft of goals over the last few weeks.

John Sheridan’s side netted twice at Fleetwood, thrice at Bristol Rovers, and threatened many more than the one they managed against table-toppers Shrewsbury last time out. 

Hoffenheim v Schalke – {ODDS:190536570:4/7}

Hoffenheim have not relinquished last season’s entertainer tag.

Saturday’s hosts are yet to fail to score in the Bundesliga, but still suffer the defensive lapses that can be expected of a side that expend so much energy pressing the ball.

Schalke scored twice in their last away match at Werder Bremen, and need only to extend a run of 13 games with a goal against Hoffenheim to do their bit.