With the football season back in full flow it’s another juicy Saturday afternoon of action so we’ve put together a 40/1 both teams to score acca for the best of the Premier League and Championship clashes.
- Leeds v Everton – BTTS
- Aston Villa v Newcastle – BTTS
- Fulham v Hull – BTTS
- Preston v Peterborough – BTTS
- Derby v Middlesbrough – BTTS
- Blackburn v West Brom – BTTS
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Leeds v Everton
Leeds games equal goals – 116 goals were scored across their 38 Premier League matches last season.
They kicked off this season by shipping five at Old Trafford while Everton helped themselves to three goals against Southampton – we’re expecting the goals to flow at a packed Elland Road.
Aston Villa v Newcastle
Aston Villa have seen both teams to score land in 10 of their last 11 Premier League games and they’re facing a Newcastle side that conceded four against West Ham last weekend.
In what’s sure to be an entertaining match up, goals at both ends looks extremely likely.
Fulham v Hull
Fulham have banged in seven goals in their last two matches – highlighting their attacking ability – while their last four games have seen both sides get on the scoresheet.
They’re facing a Hull side that have shipped four goals in back-to-back defeats but who have looked lively in attack recently despite falling to two losses.
Preston v Peterborough
Goals look likely at Deepdale where Preston take on Peterborough as the home side have leaked seven goals in their opening three Championship games.
Posh meanwhile have conceded 10 goals across their opening four games of the season so this one looks ripe for the goals to flow.
Derby v Middlesbrough
Neil Warnock and Middlesbrough travel to Pride Park to take on Wayne Rooney and his Derby side with each of Boro’s three Championship games so far this season having seen both sides get on the scoresheet.
Derby have also been scoring and conceding – both teams have scored in three of their four matches this term.
Blackburn v West Brom
Championship leaders West Brom head to Ewood Park on Saturday and goals look on the agenda – the Baggies have banged in nine goals in their three league matches so far.
They have also conceded four goals though and are facing a Rovers side that has seen both teams scoring in eight of their last nine games.