Betting Tips

9/1 Both Teams To Score Acca: Sunday November 28


It’s a busy Sunday of Premier League action with four matches kicking off at 2pm and we’re fancying goals in all four for our 9/1 Both Teams to Score Acca.

  • Brentford v Everton – BTTS
  • Burnley v Tottenham – BTTS
  • Leicester v Watford – BTTS
  • Manchester City v West Ham – BTTS

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Sunday’s Both Teams to Score Acca Betting Tips:

Brentford v Everton

This pair are out of form and will both fancy their chances of bagging a welcome three points this afternoon.

And we expect goals at the Brentford Community Stadium – Brentford have only failed to score in one of their last 10 games while Everton have scored in six of their eight away games in all competitions but have managed just one clean sheet.

Burnley v Tottenham

After a shocker in Europe on Thursday, Spurs will be hoping for more luck as they head north to take on Burnley.

And both sides to score looks a solid play here – Burnley have scored nine in their last four games while Spurs have hit the target in three of their last four and scored at Turf Moor on League Cup duty back in October.

Leicester v Watford

Having seen off Manchester United last weekend, Watford travel to the King Power to take on Leicester and we fancy goals at both ends this afternoon.

Both teams to score has landed in eight of Leicester’s last 10 games while Watford are yet to keep a clean sheet on their travels this season.

Manchester City v West Ham 

It should be a tasty clash at the Etihad as West Ham come to town as 3rd plays 4th in the Premier League table.

And goals look on the agenda – City have scored 28 goals across their last 10 meetings with West Ham while the Hammers have scored in 10 of their 12 league matches so far this campaign.

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

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