We’re heading to the Championship, League One, and League Two this weekend to hunt for goals for our 20/1 Both Teams to Score Acca.
- Sheffield United v Blackpool – BTTS
- Derby v Blackburn – BTTS
- Plymouth v Ipswich – BTTS
- Harrogate v Bristol Rovers – BTTS
- Cheltenham v Sheffield Wednesday – BTTS
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Saturday’s Both Teams To Score Acca Betting Tips:
Sheffield United v Blackpool
This pair have been amongst the goals in recent weeks and we expect more of the same at Bramall Lane.
Both teams to score has landed in eight of United’s last 10 games while it’s hit in four of Blackpool’s last five.
Derby v Blackburn
The Rams are unbeaten at home this term and will be looking to maintain that record against a Blackburn side that have lost their last three on the road.
However, Rovers did score in those three losses and have the firepower to cause Derby some issues – bring on the goals.
Plymouth v Ipswich
League One’s two top-scoring sides clash at Home Park and there’s no reason not to expect the goals to fly once more.
Ipswich have scored in every league game this term while the hosts have failed to score only once in 15 with both teams to score landing in eight of their last nine games.
Harrogate v Bristol Rovers
Harrogate welcome Bristol Rovers to Wetherby Road and this duo have been amongst the goals all season.
Both teams to score has landed in six of Harrogate’s seven home games – the same ratio as Rovers’ away matches.
Cheltenham v Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday travel south to take on Cheltenham at Wheddon Road and we expect goals at both ends.
Both teams to score has landed in five of Cheltenham’s seven home games while both teams have got on the scoresheet in eight of Wednesday’s last nine games.