BTTS stat alerts have been a huge success since starting them on Twitter. They now have their own weekly article and we’re sure the hard work that foes into these both teams to score selections will continue to reward all of our pockets.
With plenty of midweek action to analyse we’ve numbercrunched and found our 5 favourite BTTS bets for Tuesday night.
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Bolton Wanderers v Reading 8.00pm
Bolton have hit BTTS in 5 of their last 6 games at thte Macron Stadium, keeping their first clean sheet at home this year when beating Brighton 1-0 last Saturday. They face a Reading side that are out of form yet have scored in 3 of their last 5 away games including toughies against Wolves, Derby County, and Ipswich.
Best BTTS odds > 1.8 Betfred
Charlton v Nottingham Forest 7.45pm
After a dreadful run of 14 games without a victory Charlton are now back firing on all cylinders. They’ve won 3 of their last 5 games all by a 3-0 scoreline and their 2 losses amongst those wins were no disgrace against 3rd placed Norwich and league leaders Derby County.
Visitors Nottingham Forest are undefeated and playing fantastic football since Dougie Freedman took over and they are scoring goals for fun. This game has BTTS written all over it. The attacking lineups of these two should confirm that.
Best BTTS odds > 1.8 Betfred
Swindon v Gillingham 7.45pm
Swindon aren’t in the best scoring form of late, and have won just 1 of their last 5 games, which is not helping their promotion hopes. However visitors Gillingham should be accommodating as far as goals are concerned.
The Gills have hit BTTS in their last 10 consecutive away games in all competitions : winning 4 drawing 4 and losing 2. This should be the perfect time for Swindon to get back to scoring and winning ways.
Best BTTS odds > 1.95 Betfair Sportsbook
Rochdale v Crewe 7.45pm
Both Rochdale and Crewe will be eyeing the win here in order to extend the gap between them and relegation territory, and this looks perfectly set up for BTTS.
Visitors Crewe, despite their lowly position have scored on their travels in 7 of their last 8 games. Home side Rochdale have scored 8 goals in their last 5 at home and should be good for at least 1 goal against a Crewe team that have kept just 2 away clean sheets all season.
Best BTTS odds > 1.85 BetVictor
Bury v Luton 7.45pm
Bury face Luton in this top of the table clash (6th play 4th) and you’d fancy the home side to nick at least one goal as they’ve failed to score in only 2 of their 16 home league games this term.
On the other hand Luton must also be fancied to score. Despite not being prolific on their travels (15 goals in 16 away games) Bury have a nasty habit of letting their opponents in – they’ve kept just 2 clean sheets in their last 8 games at Gigg Lane.
Best BTTS odds > 1.75 BetVictor
Dartford v Woking 7.45pm
Dartford will need to pull their finger out if they are to avoid relegation this season. However they are turning into a nice side for the BTTS bet having hit it in their last 9 consecutive games in all competitions.
Visitors Woking have an outsiders chance of making the playoffs which will guarantee a work ethic here and I’m sure there will be goals as bot teams scrap to achieve their targets. Woking have scored in 8 of their last 10 away games.
Best BTTS odds > 1.75 Ladbrokes