We have Champions League and Football League action to look forward to on Tuesday night, presenting us with a whole host of fixtures to peruse. Below, we’ve put together a BTTS Yes accumulator to try and find some midweek value. 


  • Galatasaray vs Bayern Munich @ 4/7
  • Norwich City vs Middlesbrough @ 4/7
  • Leicester City vs Sunderland @ 8/11
  • Wigan Athletic vs Oxford United @ 4/6

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Galatasaray vs Bayern Munich @ 4/7 

Champions League action returns on Tuesday and we have a cracking match between Galatasaray and Bayern Munich in Manchester United’s group. Galatasaray impressively won 3-2 at Old Trafford and found goals easy to come by. Now they face an injury ravaged Bayern side who still boast the likes of Harry Kane. We should see goals at both ends in this fixture. 

Norwich City vs Middlesbrough @ 4/7

Norwich City have been difficult to judge so far this season, but they have been entertaining. On Saturday they raced into a 2-0 lead against Leeds United, looked threatening from set pieces and open play, but capitulated to lose 3-2. They came up against a wonderfully attacking Leeds outfit led by former boss Daniel Farke, but looked poor at the back in the second half. 

Now they face an upwardly mobile Middlesbrough, who overcame Wayne Rooney’s Birmingham City in the new manager’s opening game. Boro have now won six games in a row in all competitions and should be part of a thrilling match-up at Carrow Road. 

Leicester City vs Sunderland @ 8/11

Leicester have been superb so far this season winning 11 of their 12 matches so far. They have attacking talent that is unmatched in the Championship and Kelechi Iheanacho is in wonderful goalscoring form. They look dangerous in every match they play and surely a return to the Premier League is already on the cards. However, they face a Sunderland side who have one of the league’s finest forwards in Jack Clarke, and have shown they can score goals on a regular basis. They may be slightly out of form here and likely to lose, but they can still score. 

Wigan Athletic vs Oxford United @ 4/6

Both teams have scored in eight of Wigan’s 12 matches so far, a joint high as a percentage for League One. Meanwhile, Oxford United have proved themselves to be one of the finest teams in the division, and have scored 24 goals in 12 league matches. This should be an open encounter, and the away side are more than likely to come away with all three points.

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