Fill Your Boots: Back our 17/2 Wednesday BTTS football tips
These football tips from the Champions League and Championship should deliver goals, and - with our 17/2 four-fold - profit.
Young Boys v Manchester United
Young Boys have scored at least twice in nine of their 10 games in all competitions this season, with their results including three 3-2s and a 5-2.
BTTS landed in both legs of the Swiss side’s play-off tie against Dinamo Zagreb, and in five of their six Europa League group matches last season.
So, given that Manchester United have scored and conceded in three of their five games so far this term, expect that sequence to extend on Wednesday evening.
Manchester City v Lyon
Manchester City have already conceded to Huddersfield and Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium this season, so there is clear value in backing Lyon to hit the net.
The visitors, who drew 2-2 at Caen at the weekend, have scored in 16 of their last 18 matches, with Memphis Depay, Bertrand Traore and Nabil Fekir leading a side that can do some serious damage on the counter-attack.
Given that City have scored 85 goals in 29 home games since the start of last season, and hit the net 14 times in last season’s group stage, they will have no problem scoring at least once themselves.
Real Madrid v Roma
Roma’s last three matches have finished 3-3, 2-1 and 2-2, and a trip to the Real Madrid is unlikely to end that sequence.
The European champions have scored six goals in their opening two home matches of this season, with BTTS landing in all of their last three games overall.
The last five Champions League matches at the Bernabeu have featured goals at both ends, while five of Roma’s six away games in this competition last season returned BTTS.
Sheffield United v Birmingham
After their 4-1 rout of Aston Villa at the start of this month, every one of Sheffield United’s four home matches this season have featured goals at both ends.
The Blades have scored in 10 of their last 12 outings at Bramall Lane overall, while they have conceded in eight in a row.
Birmingham drew 2-2 at Nottingham Forest in their last away match, and the shot data** hints at plenty of encouragement in attack during their 1-1 draw against West Brom on Friday.
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*Odds subject to change.
**Data courtesy of Experimental361.com