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:

Singles: +£49.38

Multiple: +£180

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Liverpool v PSG

This very short price cannot put you off backing BTTS between two of the best three attacks in last season’s Champions League.

Liverpool’s last four European matches of last season finished 1-2, 5-2, 4-2 and 3-1, with Mohamed Salah scoring in all six of the home matches he started in the competition.

Like their hosts, PSG are defined by an electric front three. Edinson Cavani, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe all scored at least four goals in last year’s group stage, while the latter two are well rested having not featured in Friday’s 4-0 win over Saint-Etienne.

Monaco v Atletico Madrid

After Atletico’s wavering start to the season, goals at both ends looks a great bet at an odds-against price.

The visitors have conceded in four of their five games this term, also scoring in four, with BTTS landing in matches against Champions League-standard teams Real Madrid and Valencia.

Monaco have scored and conceded in four of their first five matches in Ligue 1, including all of their last three, with goals going in at both ends in five of their six Champions League group matches last season.

Wigan v Hull

Wigan suffered a rare blank at second-place Brentford on Saturday, but they should rediscover their scoring touch against Hull.

Paul Cook’s side have not yet failed to score at the DW Stadium, with their three matches including a 3-2 and 2-2, while their visitors have only managed a clean sheet against bottom-side Ipswich.

The Tigers have scored three goals in their last two, however, while three of their four away matches this term have seen goals at both ends.

West Brom v Bristol City

All three of West Brom’s home league games have returned BTTS so far this season, and the visit of Bristol City should extend that run.

Goals have gone in at both ends in seven of the Baggies’ nine matches overall this term, with the data* (before last weekend) suggesting that they are the league’s second-best attacking team.

Bristol City scored their ninth goals in four matches against Sheffield United on Saturday, with clean sheets at QPR and Swansea not enough to suggest that they are capable of the same against a superior side.

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