Sunday’s Both Teams to Score five-fold pays over £80 from a £5 stake
It’s all about goals
The FA Cup, La Liga and Coupe de France take centre-stage for this afternoon’s acca.
West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal all take on lower league opposition in televised third round ties. Meanwhile, Barcelona and Paris-Saint Germain are both in action on the continent.
The Coral News Team have taken inspiration from all five of those matches and put together a tasty Both Teams to Score accumulator.
A £5 stake on this afternoon’s five-fold could return a handsome total of £82.60.
Shrewsbury Town v West Ham United, BTTS – Yes
West Ham have only kept two clean sheets in their last 11 FA Cup ties away from home. David Moyes will likely rest players for this trip to the Greenhous Meadow.
That should provide plenty of encouragement for League One’s most efficient home outfit, who will fancy their chances against the leaky Hammers.
Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Wimbledon, BTTS – No
AFC Wimbledon are League One’s joint-lowest goalscorers away from home. Spurs have conceded just nine goal goals at Wembley so far this season.
Even with Tottenham’s expected changes, they should have the quality to win the game and secure a shutout in the process.
Barcelona v Levante, BTTS – No
Six of the last eight meetings between these two sides have seen only one team find the back of the net. Barcelona have conceded just one goal against Levante in their last five fixtures at the Nou Camp and are fancied to record another clean sheet in this one.
Nottingham Forest v Arsenal, BTTS – Yes
Arsenal have conceded eight goals in their last four games. Their form on the road this season has been poor and that should allow Nottingham Forest opportunities at the City Ground.
The home side have scored in their last three third round ties at the City Ground, including putting five past West Ham in 2014. It’s 7/10 for Both Teams to Score.
Rennes v Paris-Saint Germain
Paris-Saint Germain have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 matches. Against a Rennes side who have bagged at least one goal in their last 13, the Coral News Team are expecting the goals to flow at Roazhon Park. It’s 6/5 for Both Teams to Score – Yes, to land.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing