Fill Your Boots: Our 9/1 BTTS boost for Saturday's football
These matches from the Premier League and EFL should deliver goals, and - with our tempting accumulator - profit.
Bournemouth v West Brom –
Both teams have scored in Bournemouth’s last seven home matches, and that sequence should extend for the visit of West Brom on Saturday.
The Cherries have kept just one clean sheet in their last 20 matches, letting in 11 goals in their last four.
Their visitors have shipped 20 goals in their last eight games, with both teams scoring in six of their last nine.
Brentford v Middlesbrough –
Brentford have scored in 13 of their last 15 matches at Griffin Park, including in Tuesday’s 3-1 defeat to Cardiff, so should fulfil their side of the bargain against Middlesbrough.
Only the Championship’s top four and Hull have scored more home goals than the Bees this term, while Saturday’s visitors have not kept an away clean sheet at a top-half side since September.
But Tony Pulis’ side have hit form going forward. They’ve scored 13 goals in their last five matches, with the form of Adama Traore and Patrick Bamford particularly impressive.
Plymouth v Bristol Rovers –
Having scored in 18 consecutive matches, Plymouth are sure to do their bit on Saturday.
The Pilgrims have scored at least twice in six of their last nine home games, while Bristol Rovers have not achieved a clean sheet away at a top-half side all season.
But the visitors, who won the reverse fixture 2-1 in September, have scored in eight of their last nine outings, and can remain in contention for the play-offs with a win at Home Park.
Newport v Luton –
Both teams have scored in seven of Newport’s last nine home matches, including a 3-3 draw against Forest Green last time out at Rodney Parade.
And the visit of Luton, who have both scored and conceded in all of their last six games, promises even more goals.
The Hatters drew 2-2 at Coventry last time out, and have already been involved in a 4-2, 3-1, 2-3, 4-1 and another 2-2 in 2018.