Fill Your Boots: Saturday BTTS football tips and 9/1 boost
These football tips from League One and League Two should deliver goals, and profit. The four-fold has been boosted to 9/1.
After landing a 9/1 winner on Tuesday, 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:
Blackpool v Luton
After the 3-2 win over Bradford in their last home match, Blackpool have scored and conceded in four of their five matches at Bloomfield Road this season.
The Tangerines have scored 10 goals on that run, netting seven times in their last three games in all competitions.
Luton have not failed to score since a 1-0 defeat to table-toppers Portsmouth on the opening weekend. BTTS has landed in all of their three League One away games since, and in five of seven in the league overall.
Scunthorpe v Shrewsbury
Scunthorpe’s last four league matches have finished 2-2, 1-1, 3-3 and 2-3, with the 3-0 and 5-0 defeats that preceded that run confirming them as the worst defensive side in League One so far this season.
That is good news for Shrewsbury, who have scored in three of their four away matches so far this season, and have fired off the sixth-most shots of any League One side overall.
Given that the hosts have scored nine goals in their last four home games, this is an unmissable price for both teams to hit the net on Saturday.
Sunderland v Rochdale
BTTS has landed in all of Sunderland’s eight league matches so far, bar a 3-0 victory over Scunthorpe last month.
The hosts have conceded inside the first 20 minutes of all of their last five games, so Rochdale – who scored twice in that period against Gillingham last week – are likely to keep up their end of the bargain.
Keith Hill’s visitors have scored and conceded in three of their four league away matches, with the last one finishing 3-3 at Scunthorpe.
Northampton v Notts County
After their surprise 3-1 defeat to Cheltenham a fortnight ago, Northampton have scored and conceded in their last three home league matches.
The Cobblers have had the third-most shots of any League Two side so far this term, but have managed one clean sheet in their last 10 outings at Sixfields.
The appointment of Harry Kewell has made little impact on Notts County’s dreadful defensive record. The Magpies have conceded a whopping 29 goals in 10 matches this season, including eight in two under the Australian.
Fortunately for this bet, they have also scored in each of their last six, most recently in last week’s 3-3 draw with Stevenage.
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