BTTS Tips: 6/1 shot for Tuesday’s selection

 | February 26 | 

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Tuesday brings a lot of footballing action from the FA Cup to League One and League Two. If you're looking at all these fixtures thinking about putting on a midweek accumulator, we've constructed a BTTS fourfold for you to consider which pays at 6.22/1.

BTTS Acca Tips

  • BTTS Yes in Blackburn Rovers vs Newcastle United - 1/2
  • BTTS Yes in AFC Bournemouth vs Leicester City - 8/13
  • BTTS Yes in Leyton Orient vs Blackpool - 8/11
  • BTTS Yes in Wigan Athletic vs Bolton Wanderers - 8/11

BTTS Acca pays at 6.22/1

BTTS Yes in Blackburn Rovers vs Newcastle United @ 1/2

Things have been far from ideal for Blackburn Rovers in the Championship in recent months but they have a chance to progress to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup as they welcome Newcastle United to Ewood Park.

We like the look of this selection because Rovers have a habit for being involved in matches that have a few goals. In ten of their last 12 appearances in the league and cup, BTTS has been a winning selection.

Newcastle head into this one off the back of a heavy 4-1 defeat at Arsenal, and it was a game in which they could've conceded more. Their defence is vulnerable right now which could bode well for the hosts.

But Blackburn's defence has its own problems. They have kept just one clean sheet in their last 19 outings in all competitions, and with the Magpies' attacking talent, getting on the scoresheet shouldn't be a problem here.

BTTS Yes in AFC Bournemouth vs Leicester City @ 8/13

We fancy this game to have some goals. AFC Bournemouth haven't been having too much trouble in scoring goals in recent months under Andoni Iraola and Championship leaders Leicester City have been scoring for fun in the second tier.

The hosts will look to top scorer Dominic Solanke for goals in this one, while Leicester have several players to share the goalscoring burden including Patson Daka, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, and Stephy Mavididi.

Spectators could be in for an exciting end-to-end spectacle at the Vitality Stadium.

BTTS Yes in Leyton Orient vs Blackpool @ 8/11

Tuesday brings us a crunch clash in the race for the play-offs in League One as ninth-place Leyton Orient welcome eighth-place Blackpool to Brisbane Road. There is just two points separating them heading into the game.

This result could have huge repercussions come May and it won't take much for both sides to be pumped up for this clash. They both head into Tuesday off the back of impressive results. Leyton Orient won 2-1 at promotion rivals Oxford United and Blackpool hammered automatic promotion favourites Bolton Wanderers 4-1.

We are very confident that both teams can get on the scoresheet here, but we can't say the same for the result.

BTTS Yes in Wigan Athletic vs Bolton Wanderers @ 8/11

After suffering a blow in their quest for promotion against one Lancashire rival at the weekend, Bolton travel to face another in Wigan Athletic in midweek. Losing 4-1 will likely have left a mark on Ian Evatt's side which could spell danger at the DW Stadium.

The Trotters have a habit of conceding goals of late. BTTS has landed in their last seven outings in League One, which will be music to the ears of the Latics, who are placed in mid-table.

Bolton boast one of the strongest attacks in the division. They have scored 60 goals in the third tier so far and only Peterborough United (61) have scored more. They should have no issues finding the back of the net in Wigan.

BTTS Acca at 6/1

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