BTTS Tips: 20/1 sixfold from the Premier League, Championship & League 1

 | 19th April | 

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This weekend offers an action-packed roster of footballing action, which means that many of you will be looking to put on an accumulator. They can come in all different shapes and sizes and one of the more popular ones is backing either of the both teams to score markets.

From Saturday's games on offer in the Premier League, Championship and League 1, we have hand-picked six matches to build a BTTS acca that pays out at an enticing 20/1.

BTTS Acca Tips

  • BTTS Yes in Luton Town vs Brentford @ 4/9
  • BTTS Yes in Sheffield United vs Burnley @ 1/2
  • BTTS Yes in Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion @ 5/6
  • BTTS Yes in Watford vs Hull City @ 8/13
  • BTTS Yes in Queens Park Rangers vs Preston North End @ 10/11
  • BTTS No in Bolton Wanderers vs Port Vale @ 8/11

BTTS acca pays at 20.15/1

BTTS Yes in Luton Town vs Brentford @ 4/9

Despite not having the financial resources of their rivals, Luton Town have given their first season in the Premier League a good go considering many had written them off before a ball was kicked. The Hatters are only a point off safety with five games to go and their clash with Brentford is a big one.

The Bees are not completely out of danger themselves. They have a seven-point gap from the bottom three as things stand but that could become four with defeat at Kenilworth Road. The repercussions that this result could have for both clubs' seasons could be huge, and so we're expecting an exciting battle here.

The Hatters love being involved in BTTS contests, having seen 79% of their matches this campaign see goals at both ends.

BTTS Yes in Sheffield United vs Burnley @ 1/2

It seems likely that Sheffield United and Burnley will both be returning to the Championship next season, but it is still possible for them to escape such a fate. A victory for either one of them in this crunch clash at Bramall Lane could be just the confidence boost they need to try and orchestrate a great escape.

They both may not have been picking up the points they would have liked in recent weeks but they have been looking more competitive than they have been for most of the campaign, with both finding the back of the net more often, with both scoring twice against Chelsea recently.

In a game that pits two of the worst defences against one another, goals at both ends should really be a formality in Sheffield on Saturday. BTTS has come in in 18 of the Blades' matches this season, and in 19 of the Clarets'.

BTTS Yes in Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion @ 5/6

Leicester City fans are concerned. After seeing their team cruise in the Championship for much of the season, there are now doubts that the Foxes will get automatic promotion. Their mentality has come into question a lot in recent weeks and now is the time for them to silence the critics and get themselves over the line.

They have a tough match against West Bromwich Albion at the weekend, who are still looking to secure their place in the play-offs and perhaps even fifth spot specifically now that Norwich City are just a point behind them.

Over the course of the season, these two have been excellent in the second tier and there should be plenty of quality on display at the King Power Stadium. It is also worth noting that both teams have scored in three of Albion's last five matches in the Championship.

BTTS Yes in Watford vs Hull City @ 8/13

Watford have been quietly going about their business in recent weeks under interim boss Tom Cleverley. After beating Birmingham, his side picked up four consecutive draws, including against Ipswich Town, before tasting defeat at Southampton last time out.

The Hornets have looked a lot more competitive since he took charge and they could be out to put another dent in Hull City's play-off hopes this weekend. The Tigers cannot afford any more slip-ups in their last four matches and so we're expecting a frantic game of football at Vicarage Road.

BTTS has delivered in 6 of Watford's last six matches and overall in 56% of their matches. It has also landed in three of Hull's previous four encounters in the league.

BTTS Yes in Queens Park Rangers vs Preston North End @ 10/11

A couple of games ago you felt as though Queens park Rangers had pulled themselves out of relegation trouble. Not quite. Two losses from their last three has seen them sucked right back into the thick of it and they are now just three points above the drop zone.

They still have got something to play for, as do Preston North End, albeit a long shot, to finish in the play-offs. These are two teams who have struggled to find consistency all season and this is likely to be evident on the pitch this weekend. BTTS has also been a winning bet in 47% of QPR's matches this term.

BTTS No in Bolton Wanderers vs Port Vale @ 8/11

Bolton Wanderers are still gunning for automatic promotion in League One and with ground to make up on Derby County, they have to be looking to pick up maximum points from their last few games to go up in second.

Luckily for them they should have a free hit this weekend as they host Port Vale, who are languishing inside the bottom four, who have been struggling in recent weeks. Ian Evatt's side will be relishing the chance to play a team that is down in confidence, and they should be able to record a comfortable victory to nil in this one.

BTTS acca at 20/1 You can read all our latest Football Acca Betting Tips at our dedicated Betfred Insights content hub.

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