There’s a packed midweek schedule for punters to sink their teeth into this Tuesday and we’re looking to beat the bookie with this BTTS treble.
We’re backing six Football League teams to all find the target and are hopeful of netting a lovely 4/1 winner at Betfred.
Brentford V Watford
Goals have been a regular occurrence for fans of both Brentford and Watford this term and there should be plenty of action as the two Championship sides collide at Griffin Park.
It was the Hornets who claimed a 2-1 win at Vicarage Road back in September, but the high-flying Bees will be eager to give their automatic promotion hopes a boost with a vital three points here. Mark Warburton’s men are just five points off the top two, which is largely down to their impressive home record, and they’ll be eager to increase their tally of 24 goals in 14 matches.Want to know the best bookies for BTTS?
However, the hosts have shipped 16 at home too and the visitors will be looking to capitalise on that vulnerable backline. Watford have scored 21 in 14 matches on the road, but are regularly let down by a defence that has conceded 17 times in that period.
Both teams love a goal and neither are overly confident at the back. Those stats, combined with the importance of the fixture, should be a recipe for goals.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6 with Betfred
Bolton Wanderers V Fulham
Staying in the Championship and Neil Lennon’s Bolton Wanderers will be desperate to bounce back from Saturday’s dismal 4-1 loss at Derby but the Trotters know they could be in for a tough battle against Fulham.
Bolton have now failed to win any of their past five competitive fixtures but their overall form has been pretty solid under their new manager. The one thing we can anticipate, though, is goals as six of their past seven have ended in BTTS winners.
Likewise, Fulham’s past four Championship encounters have ended with both teams on the scoresheet whilst the visitors also possess the leakiest away defence in the division. On a brighter note, Kit Symons men can take confidence from a 4-0 home win over Bolton earlier in the campaign.
Goals have been a common feature for each of these sides in recent weeks. Expect that to continue on Tuesday night.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11 with Betfred
Exeter City V Cambridge United
League Two rivals Exeter and Cambridge have both struggled for points in recent weeks, but a mutual need for points should provide a game of goals as they meet at St James’ Park.
Paul Tisdale’s men are finding wins are to find, but they are having no trouble finding the net. Six of their past seven outings have ended in BTTS winners and the threat of 10-goal striker Tom Nichols should ensure that the hosts get on the scoreboard again here.
However, the U’s have netted 19 times in just 14 away games and will fancy their chances against the Grecians. Richard Money’s men are aiming to score for a seventh consecutive league game on the road and they should have a great chance in achieving that against an Exeter side that has leaked 19 in 15 home matches.
Exeter scored a 2-1 win during September’s reverse clash; a similar outcome would suit us just fine.
BTTS Yes @ 4/5 with Betfred
A £10 treble pays £51.82 with Betfred
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