BTTS Tips: 6/1 fourfold from the Premier League

 | March 29 | 

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The Premier League returns to action this Easter weekend and Saturday brings us eight exciting clashes. With a lot of matches on offer, there will be plenty of opportunities to build a wide range of accumulators.

We like the look of picking a both teams to score acca from the fixtures on offer and have selected four matches to build a fourfold that pays out at 6/1.

BTTS Acca Tips: Saturday, March 30

  • BTTS Yes in Newcastle United vs West Ham United @ 1/2
  • BTTS Yes in Chelsea vs Burnley @ 4/5
  • BTTS Yes in Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace @ 4/5
  • BTTS Yes in Brentford vs Manchester United @ 1/2

BTTS Acca pays at 6.29/1

BTTS Yes in Newcastle United vs West Ham United @ 1/2

The top-flight's early kick-off, which will be televised on TNT Sports, sees Newcastle United host West Ham United. The Hammers are four points above the Magpies heading into the weekend but the hosts do have a game in hand.

Both these teams are wanting to secure European football for next season and this game could be vital for their respective campaigns. They each have an array of attacking talent who can conjure up the goods in front of goal, and both defences have looked vulnerable throughout the season. This bodes well for BTTS to land here.

BTTS Yes in Chelsea vs Burnley @ 4/5

Chelsea have a lot of work to do themselves if they are to secure any form of European football next season. The Blues are eight points adrift of the top six and they will need an incredible finish to the season if they are to have a chance of catching their rivals.

They still have issues defensively but they are not having problems with finding the back of the net at the moment, and against strugglers Burnley at home, they should have no issues scoring. The Clarets have been looking more competitive in matches recently with four points picked up in their last two games.

Chelsea loanee David Datro Fofana has been making an impact up front with four goals in eight league appearances, but he will be unable to face his parent club this weekend. This will give Lyle Foster a chance to rediscover his early-season form and he could hurt this fragile Chelsea back line.

BTTS Yes in Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace @ 4/5

Nottingham Forest will be sweating over their Premier League status following their four-point deduction which has plunged them into the bottom three. Results haven't been great under Nuno Espirito Santo but they have a lot of work to do to ensure their survival.

They do have goals in their side from the likes of Chris Wood, Taiwo Awoniyi, Morgan Gibbs-White and Anthony Elanga. These players will be vital to the Tricky Trees' survival hopes.

They welcome a Crystal Palace side going through a change under the leadership of Oliver Glasner, and the Eagles have certainly been looking more of a goal threat. We think there could be quite a few goals in this encounter.

BTTS Yes in Brentford vs Manchester United @ 1/2

Brentford are a team that are nervously looking over their shoulder as they are just five points above the bottom three and they have lost four of their last five matches. They welcome Manchester United this weekend, who are a team who continue to blow hot and cold so Bees boss Thomas Frank could sense an opportunity to instil some confidence back into his players.

Star striker Ivan Toney has failed to score in his last five outings and Brentford will be reliant on the England international to bail them out of trouble. This is a game that can define their season and you think the early goal could be vital here for both teams, especially with United still fighting for a top-six spot.

With the likes of Marcus Rashford, Alejandro Garnacho, Bruno Fernandes and Rasmus Hojlund, the Red Devils will bring a huge goal threat, but question marks still hover over their defence.

Both teams to score accumulator at 6/1

You can read all our latest Football Acca Betting Tips at our dedicated Betfred Insights content hub.

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