Betting Tips

40/1 Both Teams To Score Acca: Saturday September 18

Saturday afternoon means just one thing and we’re all set for another frenzy of football action with our 40/1 Both Teams To Score Acca – bring on the goals, please!

  • Barnsley v Blackburn – BTTS
  • QPR v Bristol City – BTTS
  • Cardiff v Bournemouth – BTTS
  • Peterborough v Birmingham – BTTS
  • Middlesbrough v Blackpool – BTTS
  • Fleetwood v Sunderland – BTTS

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Saturday’s Both Teams To Score Acca Betting Tips:

Barnsley v Blackburn 

Barnsley welcome Blackburn to Oakwell as both sides look for points to move up the Championship table.

Seven of Blackburn’s eight games in all competitions this season have seen both teams score, while the Tykes have seen both teams score in three of their last four outings.

QPR v Bristol City 

This one should be a tasty match-up in the capital as Bristol City head to QPR in a match that’s looking too close to call.

Goals look on the cards though as both teams have scored in all four of Bristol City’s away matches this season and it’s also landed in two of QPR’s three league games at home.

Cardiff v Bournemouth 

Two clubs with promotion aspirations clashing should hopefully mean goals as Bournemouth travel to Wales to take on Cardiff.

The hosts have conceded in their last seven at home but have scored in each of their last six so both teams to get on the scoreboard looks a solid bet here.

Peterborough v Birmingham 

Posh have lost four on the bounce but a return to home turf should see them in a better light as they face Birmingham.

Both teams have scored in four of Peterborough’s last six games while Birmingham have already scored on the road at Sheffield United, Luton, and Barnsley this season.

Middlesbrough v Blackpool 

This one should be an entertaining clash at the Riverside, the hosts have been on the scoresheet in their three home league matches to date.

And while Blackpool may be languishing near the foot of the Championship table, they have scored in all of their league away games so far.

Fleetwood v Sunderland 

Two of League One’s in-form sides clash at Highbury as Fleetwood welcome Sunderland to town.

Sunderland have won four matches on the bounce but are yet to keep a clean sheet away from home and are facing a Fleetwood side that have banged in 12 goals in their last four games.

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