Friday’s Both Teams to Score five-fold pays over £95 from a £5 stake
Action from across Europe to enjoy this evening
The Coral News Team are changing things up for this evening’s five-fold acca.
Tonight it’s all about goals. With top-flight action from Scotland, Germany, France and Turkey, plus Sheffield United v Bristol City in the Championship, there’s plenty of Friday football to get stuck into.
If you choose to back these selections, you could score a handy windfall of £95.60 from a £5 stake. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Sheffield United v Bristol City, BTTS – Yes
These are two teams that like to score. The Blades have bagged 33 in the league this season, while Bristol City are just one behind on 32. They’re two of the Championship’s most attacking sides and that should make for an exciting, goal-laden contest at Bramall Lane.
Stuttgart v Bayer Leverkusen, BTTS – No
Stuttgart’s home games aren’t the most exciting. Five of their last seven have finished to nil. They’re also amongst the division’s lowest scorers, with only 13 goals to their name.
However, they’re pretty good at keeping them out at the other end. Die Roten have conceded just 17 times, which is a better record than RB Leipzig, who sit second.
Bordeaux v Strasbourg, BTTS – Yes
When Strasbourg are playing there tends to be goals. Le Racing have been involved in 11 games where both teams have found the back of the net this season. And nine of those matches have taken place in their last dozen fixtures.
For the hosts, seven-goal striker Malcolm should provide the biggest threat. It’s 4/5 for Both Teams to Score.
Bursaspor v Fenerbahce, BTTS – No
In their last eight games, Bursaspor have conceded just three goals. Paul Le Guen’s men have kept six clean sheets in that run on their rise to fifth in the table.
At home to Fenerbahce, who themselves have an admirable record at the back, the Coral News Team are not expecting an end-to-end contest.
Dundee v Aberdeen BTTS, – Yes
Dundee’s home games this season have produced 21 goals. Aberdeen’s away fixtures have seen the net bulge 23 times.
Put those two together and add in that seven of the last 10 meetings between the two sides have seen both teams score, and goals should flow once more at Dens Park.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing