Both Teams to Score Tips JC’s Both Teams To Score Tips Saturday 10th Jan – Stats based...

JC’s Both Teams To Score Tips Saturday 10th Jan – Stats based Acca

The festive season is well and truly over and it’s time to get back to business with a weekend BTTS treble. With one pick from each of England’s top three divisions, find our selections beneath:

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur

Alan Pardew makes his debut on the Palace bench after his controversial move from Newcastle. The ex-Palace player will have to make do without Yannick Bolasie and Mike Jedinak, as the former is on international duty at the African Nations and the latter is playing in the Asian Cup, but for our purposes we can take comfort in the fact that – albeit under different stewardship – Palace have scored in 7/9 home Premier League games in 2014/15.

Mix in the Eagles 66.7% BTTS Yes (6/9) win rate in the same games with Spurs’ 77.8% BTTS Yes (7/9) hit rate in their away Premier League games and BTTS Yes looks like a good bet when the two teams meet this weekend.

BTTS Yes @ with 17/20 BetVictor

Cardiff v Fulham

New Cardiff striker Alex Revell is fit and available to make his debut, while Kenwyne Jones, David Marshall, Sean Morrison and Bruno Manga are all set to start against Fulham after missing last weekend’s FA Cup fixture.

Lasse Vigen Christensen is still suffering from hamstring problems, but Fulham can count on Ryan Tunnicliffe and Alexander Kacaniklic for their trip to Cardiff. Of course, we don’t care who scores for either team this weekend, and it’s worth noting that they shared a 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture, but Fulham’s current record of 9/12 BTTS Yes games in their away fixtures (66.7%) paired with Cardiff’s home record of 10 BTTS Yes games from 12 Championship contests (75%) says that this game has to be part of our treble – simple as that!

BTTS Yes @ with 4/7 BetVictor

Chesterfield v Port Vale

Midfielder Jimmy Ryan and centre-back Ian Evatt are likely to miss out for Chesterfield this weekend, but that’s fine with us, particularly in the defender’s case! Meanwhile, having played the same starting X1 for the last three games, Port Vale boss Rob Page is expected to name the same team for a fourth time in a row.

Statistically, this is the best match on offer for a BTTS Yes winner in League One this weekend, with Chesterfield having an overall rate of 65.2% (15/23) of their games seeing both teams score. At home, however, it’s slightly lower at 63.6% (7/11 ), but Port Vale have a 66.7% BTTS Yes win rate from 8 of their 12 league away matches and we expect that to become 9 from 13.

BTTS Yes @ with 3/4 BetVictor

A £10 treble pays £52.33 with BetVictor

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