Fill Your Boots: Saturday BTTS football tips and 12/1 boost
These BTTS football betting tips from around England should bank you weekend profit. The four-fold has been boosted from 11/1 to 12/1.
Tottenham v Fulham –
Fulham have scored in every league away game in 2018, a run which should continue that run on Saturday.
Between failing to sign a single player this summer and the news that the opening of the new White Hart Lane has been delayed, there is a fair amount of disgruntlement at Tottenham at the moment. They also allowed Newcastle lots of chances in last week’s 2-1 victory at St James’ Park.
Given that Spurs conceded at home to three of the Premier League’s bottom four last term, an away goal is a fair bet.
You should be able to rely on Pochettino’s side extending a run of 16 consecutive home league games with a goal to bring this one home.
Sheffield United v Norwich –
Norwich's matches have produced more goals than any other Championship team so far this season.
The visitors’ two league games have finished 2-2 and 3-4 so far, and they beat Stevenage 3-1 in the EFL Cup on Tuesday. There have also been goals at both ends in eight of their last nine league away games overall.
Two of Sheffield United’s three league matches have finished 2-1 this term, while they have scored in seven of their last nine at Bramall Lane overall.
Wigan v Nottingham Forest –
Wigan have made an explosive start to the season, producing two 3-2s and a 3-1 from their first three matches.
Both teams have scored in both halves of the Latics’ two Championship matches so far, while they have scored in 10 of their last 12 league matches at the DW Stadium.
Forest’s first two league games were BTTS, and their raft of attacking summer signings should continue to improve the more they play together.
Walsall v Gillingham –
Two teams that have made a high-scoring start to the season meet at the Bescot Stadium, with BTTS available at a fantastic price.
Walsall have scored and conceded in all of their three matches so far this season, and have netted six goals in their last four league home games.
Gillingham have scored five goals in their first two League One matches, but had failed to keep a clean sheet in 11 consecutive league away matches before a 2-0 win at promoted Accrington Stanley on the opening weekend.
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