Betting Tips

20/1 Both Teams To Score Acca: Wednesday September 29

We’re getting ready to tick off the goals this Wednesday evening in the Championship and Champions League.

Check out today’s 20/1 BTTS Acca of the Day:

  • Barnsley v Nottingham Forest – BTTS
  • Derby v Reading – BTTS
  • Peterborough v Bournemouth – BTTS
  • Luton Town v Coventry – BTTS
  • FC Salzburg v Lille – BTTS

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Wednesday’s Both Teams To Score Acca Betting Tips:

Barnsley v Nottingham Forest

Forest have managed to drag themselves off the foot of the table – largely due to Derby’s plummet.

Still, the Reds are unbeaten in their last two and are trying to manifest that “new manager bounce” under Steve Cooper.

Barnsley aren’t exactly full of goals, but this “six-pointer” could be a fight to the death…

Derby v Reading

Derby are in turmoil on and off the field, but remain unbeaten at Pride Park this campaign.

The Royals have won their last three matches on the spin and are averaging well over a goal a game.

Peterborough v Bournemouth

“Posh” have bagged ten already this season but currently possess the worst defence in the league.

They leak over two goals a game on average in the Championship and Bournemouth are a team in form, ready to pounce.

This one could be high-scoring, but we fancy the hosts to register at least one.

Luton Town v Coventry 

Luton Town are the top goalscorers in the bottom half of the Championship and have scored seven in their last four without picking up a victory.

Coventry and flying in third but do most of their good work on home soil.

FC Salzburg v Lille 

Salzburg’s tails are up – despite missing two of their three penalties on Matchday 1 in the Champions League, they’ve won nine from nine in the Austrian Superliga, scoring 24.

Lille’s wheels are beginning to turn in defence of their French title and will be eyeing up three points on Wednesday. This looks a close-run contest with a score draw likely.

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