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Fill your boots: 5 BTTS tips for the midweek domestic football

These matches guarantee goals, and - with our 15/1 accumulator - significant profit.

11 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Fill your boots: 5 BTTS tips for the midweek domestic football

Sheffield Wednesday v Brentford –

Both teams have scored in Sheffield Wednesday’s last three matches, and that run should continue at Hillsborough on Tuesday evening.

The Owls have not failed to score since the opening day of the season, while they have only kept one clean sheet in eight matches so far.

Brentford’s struggles going forward continued at Aston Villa on Saturday, but their 18 shots in that game continued a pattern that has seen them record comfortably the most efforts on goal in the division this season.

Bristol Rovers v Oldham –

Bristol Rovers have not failed to score since the opening weekend of the season, netting 20 times in eight subsequent matches.

Considering, too, that they are without a clean sheet in League One so far, goals should not be in short supply against Oldham.

The visitor’s last two matches have finished 3-4 and 2-2, meanwhile, so they are primed for a BTTS result themselves. 

Oxford v Bradford –

Oxford are flying in front of goal at the moment.

Pep Clotet’s side have netted ten goals in their last three games, having scored three in consecutive home games at the start of August.

Fortunately for this bet, so are Bradford.

The Bantams have scored at least three goals in all of their last four matches – three of which were away games – so are sure to net again in this one.

Accrington Stanley v Grimsby –

Accrington’s 100 per cent BTTS record – featuring goals against Preston and West Brom, as well as in all six league matches – only ended on Saturday as they beat Carlisle 3-0.

Fortunately, Grimsby will fulfil their side of the bargain in this match.

Russell Slade’s side have scored in all of their away games this season, and secured a 1-1 draw at Accrington last term.

Mansfield v Wycombe –

Mansfield will rarely fail to score this season.

Steve Evans’ were widely tipped for promotion in the summer, and have certainly proved their worth in attack by scoring in every league game so far.

Wycombe, meanwhile, had scored two or more goals in all of their league games before Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Newport, a result that should prove an anomaly considering that they had 15 shots.