Both teams to score: Five Saturday games where goals could flow

Both teams to score: Five Saturday games where goals could flow

We’re looking for plenty of goals in our five featured games this Saturday and will land a 16/1 pay-out if successful with our both teams to score acca.

Watford v Southampton @ 19/20

Hornets boss Walter Mazzarri is trying to play good football and only Manchester United have kept a clean sheet against Watford in their last five Premier League fixtures. Saints are coming off a 4-0 win at Sunderland and a gallant effort when going down 3-2 to the Red Devils in the EFL Cup final, with Manolo Gabbiadini looking a great investment up front.

Liverpool v Arsenal @ 13/20

Both of these teams have looked far better going forward than they have at the back this season and an entertaining encounter is surely on the cards at Anfield. It was 3-3 when the Reds and the Gunners met at this venue last term and Jurgen Klopp’s side shaded a seven-goal thriller at Emirates Stadium in August, so more of the same will do us nicely.

Ipswich v Brentford @ 4/5

Ipswich are now playing much better than when beaten 2-0 at Griffin Park at the start of the season and this is another fixture which can usually be relied upon to produce plenty of goals, with the previous four meetings averaging four per game. On current form, Town have scored in five straight matches, while the Bees have netted 16 times in six outings.

Bury v Gillingham @ 7/10

The Shakers are in good form at the moment, dropping just two points in their last five League One matches, and no team in the bottom half of the table have scored as many goals as them this term. Gillingham have let in a division-high 38 strikes in 18 away games and both teams to score has paid out in their last nine fixtures.

Crawley v Doncaster @ 3/4

League Two leaders Doncaster have outscored every other team in the division on the road this season, but they do also give chances away and have conceded the highest number of the top 10 sides. Crawley have only failed to hit the back of the net in one of their last 10 games and 16-goal front man James Collins is always a threat.

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