It’s another full schedule of domestic matches on Saturday afternoon and we’re heading to the Premier League, Championship, League One, and Scottish Premiership on the hunt for goals for our 16/1 Both Teams To Score Acca.
- Crystal Palace v Aston Villa – BTTS
- Peterborough v Barnsley – BTTS
- Bolton v Cheltenham – BTTS
- Morecambe m Milton Keynes Dons – BTTS
- Hearts v St Mirren – BTTS
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Saturday’s Both Teams to Score Acca Betting Tips:
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Palace welcome Aston Villa and Steven Gerrard to Selhurst Park and we’re fancying goals in this one.
Both teams have scored in five of Crystal Palace’s last seven games while there have been goals at both ends in three of Aston Villa’s last five away games.
Peterborough v Barnsley
This is a real six-pointer with both sides on the hunt for points and that should lead to plenty of goalscoring chances at the Weston Homes Stadium.
Peterborough have no clean sheets across their last nine league games while Barnsley have conceded eight goals across their last three away league games.
Bolton v Cheltenham
Bolton take on Cheltenham at the Macron Stadium and both these sides know where the goal is.
The hosts have netted at least two goals in six of their last seven home fixtures while Cheltenham have scored in ten of their last eleven games in all competitions.
Morecambe v Milton Keynes Dons
Despite their lowly league position, Morecambe have one of the best attacks in League One and we expect goals at both ends as they welcome Milton Keynes on Saturday.
Both teams have scored in seven of Morecambe’s last eight league games while both teams to score has landed in 10 of MK Don’s last 11 away matches.
Hearts v St Mirren
Heart welcome St Mirren to Tynecastle on Saturday and the Jambos have been struggling defensively in recent weeks – failing to keep a clean sheet in their last six.
Throw into the mix that St Mirren have scored at least two goals in four of their seven away league games this season and goals look very much on the agenda in Edinburgh.