Sink your teeth into this four-fold 3pm BTTS acca - coming in at 9/1!
Bournemouth v Leicester
Bournemouth are one of those teams where you can never really predict what they will do. Under Eddie Howe, they have always scored plenty of goals, but they’ve conceded plenty as well – generally making them good BTTS candidates. Callum Wilson will lead the line for the Cherries, and he will know there’s a potential England call-up at stake should be keep scoring.
Jamie Vardy is back for Leicester which will significantly boost their goalscoring hopes, making this the sort of unpredictable match which could provide us with plenty of goals.
Huddersfield v Crystal Palace
Huddersfield’s recent draw at Everton will give Terriers fans a renewed sense of optimism after a very ominous start to the season. Their upcoming match against Palace promises to be a low-quality affair, but those are often perfect storms for both teams to score.
Wilfried Zaha is expected to return for Palace, meaning they are infinitely more likely to score on Saturday, especially against a Huddersfield side who have shipped 12 times already this campaign.
Palace have conceded twice in all four of their Premier League matches so far, and their defence looks nowhere near as solid as it was at the end of last season. Huddersfield need goals, and I potentially see some on Saturday.
Brentford v Wigan
In their six Championship matches so far, Brentford have scored 12 goals and Wigan have scored 11. Plenty has been made of Brentford’s dynamic front two of Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins – who have nine league goals between them already – and you can be sure Dean Smith’s side will attack Wigan all-guns-blazing.
Nick Powell and Will Grigg are the danger men for a Latics side who have been involved in two 2-2s and a 3-2 this campaign.
Backing a Brentford game to have goals is always a good idea, so hopefully they and Wigan oblige and both score.
Millwall v Leeds
Millwall have lost just five Championship matches at home since the start of last season, which is a fantastic record for a side with a smaller budget than most in the division.
This excellent home record will be worth considering when high-flying Leeds United visit The Den on Saturday. Marcelo Bielsa’s boys have scored a whopping 14 times already this season and, while I still expect the visitors to get a point at the very least, Millwall’s good home form makes this a very good candidate for both teams scoring.
Whack these four matches together, and you get a nice four-fold acca coming in at 9/1.