Betting Tips

19/1 Both Teams To Score Acca: Saturday October 2

It’s a busy Saturday of domestic action before we head into the international break and we’re heading to the Premier League, the Championship, and League One for our 19/1 Both Teams To Score Acca.

  • Leeds v Watford – BTTS
  • Blackpool v Blackburn – BTTS 
  • Portsmouth v Sunderland – BTTS
  • Cheltenham v Rotherham – BTTS
  • Gillingham v Wigan – BTTS

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Saturday’s Both Teams To Score Acca Betting Tips:

Leeds v Watford

Two sides that like to attack but struggle defensively is exactly what we’re looking for and we’re set for that at Elland Road as Leeds take on Watford.

Leeds have conceded 14 goals in just six Premier League matches, while Watford have shipped nine in their six so far.

Blackpool v Blackburn

Goals look on the agenda at Bloomfield Road as Blackpool and Blackburn clash in the Lancashire derby.

The hosts have scored in seven of their previous eight matches, while Rovers have seen both teams scoring in nine of their last 11 games.

Portsmouth v Sunderland

It should be a tasty encounter at Fratton Park as Portsmouth host the League One leaders, Sunderland.

And we’re expecting goals on the south coast – both teams have scored in the last two Pompey home league matches and in two of the last three of Sunderland’s league road trips.

Cheltenham v Rotherham

Fifth-placed Rotherham travel to Cheltenham as they look to maintain their place at the top end of League One.

The Millers have scored in their last three away games and are facing a Cheltenham side that has seen both teams to score land in three of their four home matches so far this season.

Gillingham v Wigan

Another side aiming to keep their spot near the top of the table are Wigan who head to Gillingham on Saturday afternoon.

Both these sides have been amongst the goals in recent weeks – Gillingham have seen both teams to score land in their last four home games, while the Latics are three from their last four. 

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