We nailed BTTS Yes bets in Germany and Holland last weekend, but Man United’s failure to score at Chelsea left us with 2/3 winning picks. As always, I’m back to try again, and don’t forget that you can do singles if you want. Of course, only ever bet what you can afford to lose and good luck.
Hannover v Hoffenheim
Managed by Marcus Gisdol, Hoffenheim lost 2-0 at home to Bayern Munich last weekend and currently lie eighth in the German Bundesliga standings, five points adrift of the final UEFA Europa League qualification place.
For our purposes, the good news is that four of Hoffenheim’s last six away games have resulted in both teams scoring to make up a strike rate of 66.7%.
Currently fifteenth in an eighteen team league, Michael Frontzeck’s Hannover are only two points clear of the drop zone and were hammered 4-0 away to Leverkusen last time out. That’s fine with us, though, because it means that Hannover will have to attack and try to win this weekend’s game against Hoffenheim.
Crucially, in their last six home games, Hannover have a 100% BTTS Yes record with both teams scoring each and every time. So, all in all, both teams will want to win for very different reasons and the stats are good enough for a BTTS Yes bet.
BTTS Yes @ 11/20 with BetVictor
Wycombe v Morecambe
Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe are third in the League Two standings and are only holding onto the final automatic promotion spot because of a superior goal difference over the fourth placed side, Southend United.
Last weekend, Wycombe lost a chance to solidify their league position after drawing 0-0 away to AFC Wimbledon. Critically, however, both teams have scored in five of Wycombe’s last six home games to make up a BTTS Yes strike rate of 83.3%.
Thirteenth placed Morecambe, on the other hand, are coached by Jim Bentley and lost their last game 2-1 at home to Burton Albion. Now, it’s true that the seaside town side don’t have anything to play for at this stage of the season, but their BTTS Yes stats are just too good to ignore.
Indeed, four of Morecambe’s last six home games have seen both teams score, with all six of their last six overall games the same and, most notably, 6/6 on the road.
So, all in all, it’s an 83.3% BTTS Yes strike rate for the home team matched up with a 100% away BTTS Yes strike rate for the away team this weekend.
BTTS Yes @ 7/10 with BetVictor
Fortuna Düsseldorf v 1860 Munich
A trip into the German second tier now and after both teams scored for us in 1860 Munich’s last game – a 2-1 home defeat of Bochum – we’re going back for more. Managed by Torsten Frohling, 1860 are still in fifteenth place despite winning last weekend and must now try to win on the road this weekend.
1860’s away Bundesliga BTTS Yes strike rate is not quite as good as their 83.3% home record in their last six games, but they need to win and 4/6 for a 66.7% strike rate is just about good enough.
Meanwhile, Taskin Aksoy’s Fortuna Düsseldorf are seventh in the Bundesliga ll standings and since they’re ten points off a promotion spot, they have to go all out for the win this weekend. Last time out they lost 3-2 away to Ingolstadt
Stats wise, four of Düsseldorf’s last overall games have seen both teams score for a 66.7% BTTS Yes strike rate, with 5/6 away (83.3%) and 4/6 at home for 66.7%. All in all, just about good enough for a bet.
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with BetVictor
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