Fill Your Boots: Saturday BTTS football tips and 11/1 boost
These football tips from the EFL should deliver goals, and profit. The four-fold will be boosted from 9/1 to 11/1 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:
West Brom v Blackburn
After Wednesday’s 4-1 defeat to Derby, BTTS has landed in six of West Brom’s seven home league matches this season.
Despite a chaotic defensive performance, the Baggies still managed to score at the end of that match, and the class of Harvey Barnes and Jay Rodriguez should ensure a repeat.
Darren Moore’s side have conceded 10 goals in their last five games now and Blackburn should take advantage. The visitors have scored and conceded in six of their last nine league matches, including both of their games inside the last week.
Accrington v Portsmouth
Accrington are enjoying a fantastic debut season in League One and have scored in seven home games since the opening weekend of the season.
BTTS has landed in five of Stanley’s last six matches at the Crown Ground, as well their 4-1 defeat at Luton on Tuesday night.
There should be goals at both ends against league leaders Portsmouth, who have scored in nine of their last 10 games and seen BTTS land in five of seven away matches this season.
Sunderland v Southend
No League One team has been involved in more BTTS matches than Sunderland, who have scored in every league match this season.
Both teams have scored in five of the Mackems’ six league outings at the Stadium of Light, including each of the last four, and that run will likely extend for the visit of Southend.
The Shrimpers have scored seven goals in their last three away games, won 3-0 at home to Walsall on Tuesday and welcome back six-goal Simon Cox from suspension.
Colchester v Lincoln
BTTS has landed inside the first 15 minutes of both of Lincoln’s last two matches, and it’s sensible to back another influx of goals on Saturday.
The League Two leaders have failed to score in just two of their 15 league matches this season, while they won 6-2 at Port Vale in their last away game. They are also excellent at set pieces, which bails them out even when they don’t create much from open play.
Danny Cowley’s side have not convinced at the back recently, though. They come up against a Colchester side that have scored 19 goals in seven home games this season, with BTTS landing in four of the last five.
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