Betting Tips

17/1 BTTS Acca of the Day: Tuesday November 2


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We’ve gone for a healthy blend of EFL matches that amount to a juicy 17/1 shot:

  • Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United
  • Coventry v Swansea
  • Peterborough v Huddersfield
  • Charlton v Rotherham
  • Portsmouth v Cheltenham

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Tuesday’s BTTS Acca Betting Tips:

Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United

Both Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United are locked on 18 points following five wins, three draws and seven defeats.

Much like their table positioning, we’re not expecting much between these two on Tuesday night.

The Blades have bagged seven in their last four away days, edging us towards a BTTS pick.

Coventry v Swansea

The Swans have a pretty ropey away record this season but have only failed to score once on the road in their last five.

Coventry have the joint-best home record in the Championship but have conceded in their last two at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Peterborough v Huddersfield

Huddersfield are flying up the table sitting in fifth after an impressive run.

Posh don’t lose many at home and this Tuesday evening fixture won’t be a stroll for the visitors.

Charlton v Rotherham

Charlton have picked up three wins in five as they look to stop their rot following relegation from the Championship.

Rotherham are flying high in fourth and have scored the most goals in League One.

Portsmouth v Cheltenham

Both sides are locked in on 19 points in League One’s no-mans-land.

Pompey and Cheltenham have both scored in four of their last five league outings and average over a strike a game.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.