Tuesday’s football schedule serves up a mouth-watering offering of domestic and Champions League action. We’re hoping it will be another night of goals, goals, goals.
With this in mind, we’re going for a 4.2/1 treble at Betfred on the both teams to score market. We’re backing these six sides to all find the target and hope they can help make up for a disappointing Saturday at the office.
Lyon V Valencia
Another fascinating midweek Champions League schedule starts with eight fascinating matches on Tuesday night, and arguably none are as exciting as the offering at Lyon’s Stade de Garland. The Ligue 1 side take on Valencia in what could potentially be the game of the night, and we’re expecting fireworks in this Group H affair.
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Goals have been a common feature for the hosts in recent weeks, with three of their past four matches ending in BTTS winners. Despite facing superior opposition, Hubert Forunier’s men can be confident about scoring. After all, their squad does boast the talents of Alexandre Lacazette and Mathieu Valbeuna to name just two.
Nevertheless, Valencia will be fancied to get amongst the goals too. The Spaniards have played out some fairly unentertaining matches domestically, but their 3-2 loss to Zenit was a fantastic watch and also means they’ve got to go for goals here.
Both teams are capable of goals and, on French soil, we have to think they’ll get them.
BTTS Yes @ 1.8 with Betfred
Colchester United V Bradford City
Colchester United have undoubtedly been League One’s surprise package so far and Tony Humes’ men will be hoping to continue their form on Tuesday night as they welcome an inconsistent Bantams to the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
The Eagles have won each of their past three games and are up to 10th in the table right now, notching an impressive 15 goals from nine matches. Their only real worry comes at the back, where they’ve already leaked 17. In fact, despite their recent run of form, they’ve kept just one clean sheet all term and their past six competitive matches have seen goals at both ends of the pitch.
Meanwhile, three of Bradford’s four away games have ended in BTTS winners. Manager Phil Parkinson will also want a big performance from his men as he takes on his former employer. If they can get the ball to James Hanson and Devante Cole, there’s no reason they can’t at least find the target.
The most recent meeting between the sides was a 1-1 draw at Valley Parade in January. We’re backing another game of goals here.
BTTS Yes @ 1.62 with Betfred
AFC Wimbledon V Northampton Town
Our final pick comes from League Two as Neal Ardley’s Dons look back to get winning ways against Northampton. While the hosts can be confident at Kingston Road, there’s no question that they are in for a tough test against the Cobblers.
Wimbledon might be sitting 15th in the table, but they have won each of their past two home games in the league. With Adebayo Akinfenwa and tom Elliot up top, they’ve certainly got the firepower to cause some problems.
Nevertheless, Northampton are in great form having picked up seven points from the last available nine. Chris Wilder’s men have hit six on the road already, although they have also conceded five, and will be eager to get a win that should propel them to the play-off zone.
Goals have been a common feature in recent weeks at this stadium, with each of the last four competitive contests ending in BTTS winners. Let’s hope for another.
BTTS Yes @ 1.8 with Betfred
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