Fill Your Boots: Saturday BTTS football tips and 10/1 boost
These football tips from the Premier League and EFL should deliver goals, and profit. The four-fold will be boosted to 10/1 on Friday afternoon.
Had you placed a £10 stake on each of Adam Drury's BTTS football betting tips boosts for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Southampton v Watford
Southampton have created several more opportunities to score than their goal tally suggests this season, so it is reasonable to expect their luck to turn when Watford visit on Saturday.
Mark Hughes’ side have registered an xG tally of over 1.0 in three of their last four games – including against Chelsea and Manchester City – and rank inside the top half for shots on target per Premier League home game.
Watford have managed just one clean sheet away from home this term, but are in good nick going forward. Javi Gracia’s side had scored five goals in the two matches prior to last week’s 1-0 defeat at Newcastle, where they won the xG battle 0.69-2.43.
Birmingham v Hull
After they beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 a fortnight ago, both teams have scored in all of Birmingham’s last five home games.
The last four of those have come against sides in the Championship’s bottom eight, with the Blues notching 10 goals in those games overall.
Hull, in 23rd position, are a good bet to hit the net at least once as well, then. Nigel Adkins’ side head into this game having won their last two matches, with a return to form for Fraizer Campbell and Kamil Grosicki a massive boost.
Bristol City v Preston
BTTS has landed in all of Preston’s last four away matches, including 3-2 and 3-3 scorelines.
Aside from a 3-0 defeat at league-leaders Leeds in September, Alex Neil’s side have scored 26 goals in their last 13 matches, hitting the net at least once in all of them.
The visitors have failed to keep a clean sheet away from home in the league all season, though, so Bristol City – who have scored in all but two of their eight home league matches – should bring this one in.
Derby v Aston Villa
After beating Birmingham 3-1 last time out, Derby have scored and conceded in all of their last seven matches.
Frank Lampard’s side are in outstanding form going forward, netting 12 goals in their last five games, with Jack Marriott scoring in five of his last six.
Aston Villa have only failed to score once this season, with Tammy Abraham, Jonathan Kodjia and Jack Grealish forming a potent enough attack to hit the net at least once here.
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