Fill Your Boots: Saturday BTTS tips and 11/1 boost
After landing a 17/2 winner last week, Adam Drury reveals his weekend BTTS football tips from the EFL. The four-fold will be boosted to 11/1 on Friday.
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:
Blackburn v Norwich
BTTS has landed in nine of Blackburn’s last 10 matches, including each of their last six, so this looks a generous price for the visit of Norwich on Saturday.
Rovers’ last two home matches have finished 4-2 and 2-2, with striker Danny Graham scoring four goals across those games. They have kept just one clean sheet in their last nine at Ewood Park.
Norwich have scored and conceded in six of their last eight away games, including the 2-2 draw at Bristol City last time out. They have scored at least twice in four of their last six away from home.
Wigan v Birmingham
Wigan have scored in eight of their 11 home games, and should improve that record further against Birmingham on Saturday.
An early red card denied the Latics much chance in their last home match against Derby, but they registered an xG of 3.0 and 2.1 in their two previous home games (experimental361), against Blackburn and Reading.
Birmingham have netted twice in each of their last three away games, so should have no problem scoring here. BTTS has landed in five of their last seven on the road, and in 10 of their last 14 overall.
Oldham v Exeter
Oldham raced into a three-goal lead before half-time against Bury on Saturday and ended up winning the game 4-2, so they will surely score against Exeter this weekend.
The Latics have kept just one clean sheet in 14 home games this season, though, with BTTS landing in all of their last four at Boundary Park.
Exeter ended a run of three consecutive defeats with a victory over Crewe on Saturday, so they should approach this game with some confidence. They have still scored in 15 of their last 20 matches in all competitions, so are a good bet for at least one goal.
Swindon v Cheltenham
Three of Swindon’s last four league matches have finished 3-2, 2-1 and 2-1, so BTTS seems a fair bet here.
The Robins have adopted much more of an aggressive approach since appointing manager Richie Wellens, scoring five goals in their last two home league matches under their new boss.
Cheltenham have hit some form under new manager Michael Duff, with all of their last six matches featuring goals at both ends. That run features a 2-2 draw at Port Vale last time out, and also includes 4-1 and 3-1 defeats on the road.
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