BTTS Tips: 12/1 Saturday sixfold

 | April 05 | 

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We’ve got a whole heap of fixtures to look forward to on Saturday with Premier League clubs and Football League clubs all in action. It means that we can pick out the best games for our BTTS tips, and come up with an interesting sixfold accumulator to consider. 

We’ve taken a look at a couple of Premier League games as well as a handful from the EFL, to come up with this 12/1 BTTS sixfold.

BTTS Tips - Saturday April 6

  • Fulham vs Newcastle @ 4/9
  • Luton vs Bournemouth @ 4/9
  • Norwich vs Ipswich @ 1/2
  • Blackburn vs Southampton @ 4/9
  • Coventry vs Leeds @ 4/7
  • Reading vs Lincoln @ 8/11

BTTS Acca @ 12/1

Fulham vs Newcastle @ 4/9

Fulham have been full of goals of late, scoring seven times in their past three matches. They hit three against Tottenham in their last home game, before also scoring three times against Sheffield United on the road. They’ve got an in-form striker in Rodrigo Muniz and face a leaky Newcastle team. 

Eddie Howe’s men have seen both teams score in three of their last four outings. They only failed to score at Manchester City, and have found the net 10 times in their last four Premier League matches. Alexander Isak is on fire and we should see plenty of goals in this one. 

Luton vs Bournemouth @ 4/9

Luton’s games in the Premier League have had the highest BTTS percentage, so it's easy to back them here. In 24 of their 31 league games so far both teams have scored, and that BTTS figure is 80 per cent at Kenilworth Road. 

Bournemouth’s games are also usually fairly open. In three of their last four games both teams have found the net, and with Dominic Solanke they possess one of the finest finishers in the top tier. We should see goals. 

Norwich vs Ipswich @ 1/2

The East Anglian derby takes centre stage at Saturday lunchtime, and it’s easy to back goals in this one. 65 per cent of Norwich games have ended BTTS, while that figure is 62 per cent for Ipswich. Two of the finest attacks in the league meet here with the likes of Josh Sargent and Kieffer Moore deadly at this level. This should be a corker. 

Blackburn vs Southampton @ 4/9

Southampton not only boast one of the best teams in the Championship, but the highest BTTS percentage at 68 per cent. They can score goals at will, with the likes of Adam Armstrong on fire, while Sammie Szmodics is the league’s top scorer for Blackburn. Rovers scored five at Sunderland last time out and we should see both teams find the net here. 

Coventry vs Leeds @ 4/7

Leeds have scored 75 goals already this term, and with Crysencio Summerville, Joel Piroe and Dan James, can tear any team in the league apart. They’ve scored in every game they have played in 2024 and should be able to find the net against a Coventry side who haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last four outings. 

What the Sky Blues do possess is two in-form forwards in the form of Ellis Simms and Haji Wright. Simms in particular has really found his feet of late with 14 goals in his last ten games, and he could well continue that excellent goalscoring run.

Reading vs Lincoln @ 8/11

Lincoln have been on fire of late, charging into the play-off places. They have won eight of their last nine games, and that unbeaten run has seen them climb the table. They’ve also scored a lot of goals in that time, 20 in their last five matches, making them one of the most exciting teams in the league. They shouldn’t have any trouble scoring against Reading. 

But the Royals have also been dangerous in front of goal. Their last game finished 5-2 to Bolton, but they’ve scored seven in their last three games and should be able to hurt Lincoln. This sixfold gives us a price of 12/1 to consider. 

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