After winners at 10/1, 9/1, 7/1 and 5/1 since the start of December, the Sporting Life Acca looks to continue its hot streak with a Both Teams To Score fourfold enhanced to 17/2 by Sky Bet.
Both teams to score in:
All 15:00 GMT kick-offs on Saturday
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That’s reason enough to back both teams to score at relegation-battling BURNLEY, who have lost three straight but scored in all three as well as enjoying scorelines of 3-3 and 3-1 in recent games at Turf Moor.
Two sides unfamiliar with the term ‘clean sheet’ meet at St James’ Park as NEWCASTLE, one shut-out in 19 Premier League games host a WATFORD side yet to keep their opponents at bay even once.
Both teams have scored in seven of Watford’s last eight, while Newcastle’s BTTS ratio of 68% is the top flight’s joint second highest.
PETERBOROUGH are a club with a reputation for entertainment, and that has certainly been the case lately with five of their last seven home game seeing both teams find the back of the net.
Given that visitors COVENTRY have experienced four BTTS battles from their last six on the road, this looks a nice contest for the coupon.
MORECAMBE's away games in Sky Bet League One are averaging a frankly ridiculous 3.86 goals per game and they are yet to keep a clean sheet on the road this season.
Hosts AFC WIMBLEDON, meanwhile, have not kept a home clean sheet this term and their games at Plough Lane are averaging 3.33 goals per match. The numbers point to a high-scoring thriller.
SWINDON’s travels are entertaining affairs, 75% of their Sky Bet League Two away matches this season involving goals for both sides. Their past six games home and away have featured a 5-2 win, two 4-1 defeats and a 3-2 reverse.
Saturday’s hosts PORT VALE are on a run of five successive BTTS games and have kept just one clean sheet in their past 10 games in league and FA Cup.
Odds correct at 1545 GMT (12/01/22)
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