Fill Your Boots: Saturday BTTS football tips and 10/1 boost
These football tips from League One and League Two should deliver goals, and profit. The four-fold has been boosted to 10/1.
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:
Accrington Stanley v Barnsley
A league-high 70.59 per cent of Accrington’s matches have produced goals at both ends this season, including in six of their last seven home games.
John Coleman’s side have scored and conceded in all of their last three league games overall and, according to experimental361, rank among the best attacks in League One.
Barnsley are the best side in the division going by those figures, as borne out by the fact that they have scored in 13 of their 16 league matches this season.
They have conceded in seven of their last nine away games, though, including five goals in their last two.
Burton v Coventry
Burton have scored in all but one of their eight League One home matches this season, so should have no problem fulfilling their side of the bargain here.
BTTS has landed in all of the hosts’ last four matches, including a 2-3 and a 2-2, while they have conceded in six of their last seven.
Both teams have scored in Coventry’s last six league away matches, including a 4-2 win at Bradford last time out, while they lost 3-2 at Walsall in the FA Cup last week.
Peterborough v Bradford
Peterborough’s prolific start to the season has slowed a little, but they should still extend a run of scoring in 16 of their last 19 games when Bradford visit on Saturday.
The Bantams have conceded at least twice in six of their last seven league away matches, including four at 17th-placed Gillingham last time out.
David Hopkin’s team are improving in attack, though. BTTS has landed in six of their last nine matches, and they can extend that run against a team who have conceded the most shots and shots on target per League One home game of any team in the division.
Exeter v Northampton
Exeter have scored in every home game bar against league-leaders Lincoln, so are an obvious bet to extend that record against Northampton.
The visitors have improved since appointing Keith Curle as manager last month, though, so can ensure that goals are scored at both ends.
The Cobblers have scored at least twice in six of their last seven matches, and can exploit a defence that – bar the EFL Trophy – has conceded eight goals in four games.
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