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: +£74.14

Multiple: +£220

Scunthorpe v Peterborough

Little analysis is required here to know that goals at both ends is an obvious bet.

Three of Scunthorpe’s last four matches have finished 2-2, 3-3 and 5-3, while they lost 3-2 at Luton last week. They have scored 15 goals and conceded 12 in seven matches under Stuart McCall.

Peterborough’s last four away games have finished 3-3, 2-3, 2-4 and 2-2, with BTTS landing in 10 of their 12 league matches overall.

Given that both of these sides are ranked in the division’s four worst defences by Experimental361, those scorelines are sustainable.

Cambridge v MK Dons

After a 3-1 defeat to Forest Green last week, BTTS has landed in Cambridge’s last three home league matches.

The hosts rank second for attempts on goal per home game in League Two, so look a fair bet to hit the net again against MK Dons. That endeavour is helped by the fact that striker Ade Azeez netted a hat-trick against Southampton under-21s in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday.

However, having let in 15 goals in six league matches, Cambridge look certain to concede to the Dons. Paul Tisdale’s visitors have only failed to score in one of their 12 league outings this season, netting five in their last two.

Colchester v Crawley

BTTS has landed in three of Colchester’s last four home league matches, and Crawley look ideal opposition to continue that run.

The hosts have not failed to score at the Weston Holmes Community Stadium this season – a run that includes a 6-0 win over Crewe back in August – and take on a team that have managed just one clean sheet in its last six away games.

Crawley have scored in eight of their last nine league games, though, and rank fourth for attempts on goal per away game, so can be expected to find the net themselves.

Newport v Stevenage

Newport’s last two home matches have finished 4-2 and 3-3, so there is value in backing goals at both ends for the visit of in-form Stevenage.

The hosts rank second for shots on target per home League Two game this season, suggesting that their record of two goals per league outing at the Newport Stadium is sustainable.

Michael Flynn’s side have conceded 11 goals in their last three home league matches, though, so their visitors should extend their run of netting at least one goal in five of their last six outings.

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