There’s a stonking number of 3pm kick-offs to enjoy on Saturday afternoon with the domestic football scene back in full flow.
We’ve put together our top picks for matches where we expect the goals to flow and created a juicy 40/1 both teams to score Acca to watch with Jeff and the boys.
- Millwall v Blackburn Rovers – BTTS
- Hull v QPR – BTTS
- Salford v Sutton – BTTS
- Burnley v Brighton – BTTS
- Watford v Aston Villa – BTTS
- Elgin v Albion Rovers – BTTS
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Saturday’s BTTS Acca Betting Tips:
Millwall v Blackburn Rovers
Millwall welcome Blackburn to the Den and while both these sides know where the opposition goal is, they also know how to concede – four of Millwall’s last five league matches and six of Blackburn’s last seven has seen BTTS land.
Hull v QPR
Hull were the top scorers in the Championship last weekend – battering Preston 4-1 at Deepdale – and they now face a QPR side that were joint leaders in the both teams to score table last season.
Salford v Sutton
Salford have started the season in goal-scoring form by banging in four in their first two matches and they’re facing a Sutton side who, despite losing both of their matches, have managed to get on the scoresheet.
Burnley v Brighton
This duo might not initially scream “goal fest” but bear with us.
Both teams to score landed in 47% of Burnley’s home matches last season while Brighton also saw both sides getting on the scoresheet in 47% of their away matches – bring on the goals.
Watford v Aston Villa
Newly promoted Watford will fancy their chances of taking something from a Villa side that now need to adjust to life without Jack Grealish.
This one has goalscoring chances written all over it in what could well be a high-scoring draw.
Elgin v Albion Rovers
From the Premier League to Scottish League Two where Elgin and Albion look an excellent bet to both grab at least a goal each.
The home side have only managed one clean sheet in their last seven but have also scored in 11 of their last 12.
Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.