Games at Bolton, Burnley and Watford tipped to see both teams score
There's a full fixture list from the lower leagues this week which gives us the opportunity to pick out another five matches for our 'Both Teams to Score' accumulator. The five matches picked out this week pays just over 9/1 with bookmaker Bet365, find out why we're tipping there to be goals galore...
Burnley v Leeds - Both teams to score @ odds of 1/2 with Bet365
Sean Dyche is the new manager of Burnley and although he plied his trade as a centre-back, we're hoping he doesn't instil too much defensive work in time for Leeds' arrival on Tuesday night. Burnley have scored at least one goal in 100% of their home matches and have one of the division's hotshots in the shape of Charlie Austin. Leeds Utd have also conceded at least one goal in all of their away matches, but showed they can score from out of nothing in their 2-2 draw at Brighton last Friday when outplayed for the most part. We're hoping for a few goals at Turf Moor to get our acca off to a good start.
Burnley at home: averaging 2.29 goals scored and 1.43 goals conceded.
Leeds away: averaging 1.71 goals scored and 1.71 goals conceded.
Watford v Millwall - Both teams to score @ odds of 4/7 with Bet365
Still in the Championship, Millwall catch the eye as another team who have scored and conceded at least one goal in all of their league matches this season. Kenny Jackett's side have been in a good run of form and are undefeated in their last 7 matches, including a 4-1 win at Nottingham Forest on Saturday. Defensively though the Lions have conceded at least one goal in all of their away matches which is why we think Watford, although not prolific averaging just over a goal a game scored at home will net on Tuesday.
Watford at home: averaging 1.14 goals scored and 1.00 goals conceded.
Millwall away: averaging 2 goals scored and 2 goals conceded.
Bolton v Leicester - Both teams to score @ odds of 4/7 with Bet365
Bolton have conceded at least one goal in each of their last 12 matches and 79% of the Trotters' matches had over 2.5 goals scored in total. Dougie Freedman has been charged with pulling Bolton up the division and they face high flying Leicester on Tuesday. Nigel Pearson's side have scored at least one goal in each of their last 14 matches and have found the net in all of their away matches. Bolton caused Cardiff plenty of problems in their 2-1 win at the Reebok on Saturday and we think there'll be goals again on Tuesday.
Bolton at home: averaging 1.86 goals scored and 1.29 goals conceded.
Leicester away: averaging 1.29 goals scored and 1.43 goals conceded.
Coventry v Crawley - Both teams to score @ odds of 8/11 with Bet365
Moving down to League One, Coventry take on Crawley at the Ricoh Arena. City have scored at least one goal in each of their last nine matches, whilst Mark Robins' side have conceded at least one goal in 86% of their games at home this season. Coventry have scored in all of their home games and welcome a Crawley side who have scored at least one goal in each of their last 10 matches. We predict both teams to score on Tuesday night.
Coventry at home: averaging 1.14 goals scored and 1.43 goals conceded.
Crawley away: averaging 1.14 goals scored and 1 goals conceded.
Port Vale v Rochdale - Both teams to score @ odds of 8/13 with Bet365
Finally, Port Vale host Rochdale in League Two as second play ninth at Vale Park. Micky Adams side have got off to a terrific start to the season and are free scoring at home averaging over two and a half goals scored per game. Rochdale on the other hand also know where the net is, scoring at least once a game on their travels and with them yet to keep a clean sheet on the road, this game seems to have goals in it.
Port Vale at home: averaging 2.57 goals scored and 1 goals conceded.
Rochdale away: averaging 2 goals scored and 2 goals conceded.
A £20 fivefold this week with Bet365.com will return a cracking £206.70.
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