I’ve had a look at the BTTS markets for this weekend and come up with a 4-fold that looks to be of sound investment. This weekend could see players that are slightly jaded thanks to European football over the week. Here is my BTTS football tips for the weekend.
11/1 4-fold bet365
Everton vs Brenford – BTTS (YES) – 3pm, GMT, Saturday
We start at Goodison. Everton have only been involved with 38% BTTS at Goodison this season but Brentford are a team that scores goals. They have 8 goals in their last 4 matches and they haven’t lost since October of last year. They can jump a few places with a win here and will be motivated.
With that in mind, I reckon that Brentford score and Everton, at home, have only failed to scored on 4 occasions (in 13)
Leeds vs Brighton – BTTS (YES) – 3pm, GMT, Saturday
Next up is Leeds taking on Brighton. Leeds have only failed to score 4 times in 12 at home this season. This match is similar to the Everton/Brentford match, in the sense that I fancy the away team to win but would be surprised if we didn’t see the home team score. Both away teams score goals regularly and Brighton tend to score a lot when they win matches with 3-1, 4-1 and 4-0 wins over the last couple of months.
Leeds have “won to nil” 17% at home this season and they’ve “lost to nil” 17% this season at home, too. I feel like we’ll see a goal or two from Brighton so the only weakness here would be (in my mind) a Leeds loss to Nil.
West Ham vs Aston Villa – BTTS (YES) – 2pm, GMT, Sunday
West Ham come into this after a terrible Saturday loss to Brighton 4-0. It was an away performance that West Ham fans are all to familiar with. Me being one of those. However at home last time, they beat Nottingham Forest with ease and they’ve only failed to score at home 4 times this season. At the same token, they’ve also only had 4 clean sheets at home this season.
Villa play pretty attacking football and you’d fancy them to score. They’ve only failed to score away from home 4 times. The last time Villa failed to score away from home was in October and the last time West Ham failed to score at home was also in December.
Fulham vs Arsenal – BTTS (YES) – 2pm, GMT, Sunday
We finish with Fulham taking on Arsenal. Arsenal are playing some real free-flowing football and constantly look to attack. Even away from home this season they’ve only failed to score once. That is a massive achievement and they sit top of that table (Failed to score) The thing is, they also concede too much. They let Bournemouth score twice and even in Europe they were held 2-2 to Sporting.
Fulham sit second of the “BTTS” table at home. They’ve been involved with BTTS 69% at home and funny enough, top of that respective league is none other than Arsenal. Everything points towards BTTS here and this, along with the West Ham match are my two bigger fancies.