Tuesday night sees a raft of fixtures as the Champions League is complemented by a whole host of Football League games. We’ve delved into the EFL to come up with a BTTS Yes fivefold for you to consider this midweek.


  • Ipswich Town vs Hull City @ 8/13
  • Stoke City vs Southampton @ 4/7
  • Burton Albion vs Wigan @ 4/6
  • Mansfield Town vs Wrexham @ 8/15
  • Notts County vs Swindon Town @ 2/5

Fivefold accumulator pays 9/1

Ipswich Town vs Hull City @ 8/13

Ipswich are the most entertaining team in the Championship, at both ends of the pitch. Kieran McKenna’s side have taken the division by storm, scoring 18 and conceding 11 in their nine matches so far. Their last three have ended with BTTS Yes, while four of Hull’s last six matches have ended with both teams on the scoresheet. Should be another cracker at Portman Road.

Stoke City vs Southampton @ 4/7

Two more of the Championship’s most exciting sides meet as Stoke host Southampton. The Potters came from 2-0 down to beat Bristol City 3-2 at the weekend, while Southampton got up and running with an impressive 3-1 win over Leeds. Both teams have scored in five of Southampton’s last six Championship away games and these two have a huge amount of attacking quality, while their defences offer some cause for concern. 

Burton Albion vs Wigan @ 4/6

Into League One, where Burton host Wigan. Dino Maamria’s side have lacked cutting edge this term, scoring just six times – however, both of these defences have been leaky so far this term. The two have conceded 14 goals apiece, with both teams scoring in Wigan’s last five outings. Meanwhile six of Wigan’s last eight away games in League One have ended with BTTS as a winning bet. That’s enough for us to add this fixture to our acca. 

Mansfield Town vs Wrexham @ 8/15

What a game this promises to be. Two of League Two’s finest meet at Field Mill and Wrexham’s crazy season continued with a 3-3 draw at the weekend. They’ve now scored 23 and conceded 23 goals in just nine matches, a ridiculous total that Mansfield should be able to take advantage of. The Stags have scored 17, but may not be able to handle a seemingly unstoppable Wrexham attack. Goals expected. 

Notts County vs Swindon Town @ 2/5

Another belter from League Two. Notts County lost 5-4 to Colchester United at the weekend, while Swindon beat Grimsby 2-1. The Robins have been exciting to watch so far, with scorelines of 5-5, 6-0 and 5-3 to their name. Meanwhile, Notts County’s last two results have been 5-4 and 4-3! Should be a classic at Meadow Lane.

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