Friday’s Both Teams to Score acca could pay over £95 from a £5 stake
Nick Murphy | 22 December 2017
Action from across the continent
The final weekend of football before Christmas kicks-off with action from across Europe this evening.
Arsenal host Liverpool in the Premier League, Atletico Madrid travel to Espanyol in La Liga and Chievo face Bologna in Serie A.
There are also fixtures from the Championship and League Two, including Norwich City v Brentford and Coventry City v Wycombe Wanderers.
The Coral News Team have put their heads together and come up with a Both Teams to Score acca comprising of those five matches. A £5 stake could return £98.15. All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
Here are this evening’s picks…
Chievo v Bologna – Both Teams to Score, No
Things get going with a 5pm kick-off from Serie A. These two sides rarely produce pulsating encounters. Eight of the last 11 fixtures between the two teams have seen just one team find the back of the net.
With Chievo also on a run of three games without scoring, it appears likely that this match is destined to be low on goals.
Arsenal v Liverpool – Both Teams to Score, Yes
This is a match that produces when it comes to the final-third. In the last four fixtures between the two sides, there have been 21 goals. Last season’s encounter at the Emirates provided seven of those as Liverpool ran out 4-3 winners.
Given the Reds’ defensive liabilities and attacking prowess, the Coral News Team are expecting this to be another goal-laden match-up.
Coventry v Wycombe – Both Teams to Score, Yes
Wycombe are League Two’s second-top scorers. But they’ve also got the worst defensive record in the top-half as well. That should make for an intriguing game at the Ricoh Arena this evening.
Against a Coventry side that have scored and conceded in their last two home games, both teams to score should pay at 20/23.
Norwich City v Brentford – Both Teams to Score, No
League fixtures between Norwich and Brentford tend to see only one side score. The Canaries have won 5-0 and 3-0 in the last couple of seasons, while the two teams shared a 0-0 scoreline at Griffin Park in December 2016.
The Coral News Team think it’s a fair bet that trend will continue tonight. It’s a handy 6/4 for Both Teams to Score, Yes – to land.
Espanyol v Atletico Madrid – Both Teams to Score, No
Five of Atletico’s last six games have seen just one team find the back of the net. Against an Espanyol side winless in three matches, Diego Simeone’s men can extend that impressive run.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing