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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:

Multiple: +£250

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Brentford v Sheffield United (19:45)

After Saturday’s 1-2 defeat to Middlesbrough, Brentford have scored in all but one of their 10 home matches this season.

The Bees have only managed one clean sheet in manager Thomas Frank’s first six matches in charge, though, so Sheffield United are a fair bet to do some damage at the other end.

BTTS has landed in four of the Blades’ last six matches, while they have failed to score just twice in their last 10 outings.

Shrewsbury v Plymouth (19:45)

Both teams have scored in all of Shrewsbury’s last six matches, including two 3-2s and a 1-3, so backing BTTS at a price this close to evens is obvious.

The Shrews have only failed to net against second-place Sunderland in their last seven home league matches, managing just one clean sheet in their last five.

Plymouth are improving in attack, so should do the business at the other end. BTTS has landed in four of their last five league away games, with striker Freddie Ladapo netting seven goals in his last seven appearances.

Newport v Northampton (19:45)

Newport have scored 17 goals in nine home league matches this season, with BTTS landing in four of their last five.

They face a resurgent Northampton side that are a great bet to do their bit at the other end.

The Cobblers’ last three matches have finished 3-2, 2-2 and 2-2, and they’ve now scored seven goals in their last two league away games.

Hoffenheim v Shakhtar Donetsk (19:45)

There is a reason this is such a short price, but it’s still impossible to ignore as the obvious BTTS match in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Both teams have scored in 16 of Hoffenheim’s 18 matches in all competitions this season, with their four European games finishing 2-2 (the reverse fixture), 1-2, 3-3 and 2-2.

Shakhtar have been thrashed to nil by Manchester City in their last two Champions League games, but had drawn their previous two 2-2. They have scored at least twice in all of their last eight away matches in all competitions bar a 6-0 defeat the Etihad.

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