New Year's Eve BTTS acca: Five to follow
New Year's Eve BTTS acca: Five to follow

New Year’s Eve BTTS acca: Five to follow

We’re hoping teams get into the festive spirit with entertaining games on New Year’s Eve and with that in mind we have picked out five matches in the both teams to score market from the Premier League and Football League. These games will pay a shade over 12/1 if all 10 teams score. Happy New Year!

Huddersfield v Blackburn @ 83/100

Huddersfield are reliable in the both teams to score market having been on the money in seven of their last eight outings. The Terriers’ last four home matches have also involved both teams scoring and conceding. Prior to the 2-0 defeat at Barnsley on Boxing Day, Blackburn’s previous four matches had involved both teams scoring, three of which they had lost 3-2.

Liverpool v Manchester City @ 53/100

The Premier League’s top scorers go head to head in what should be a high-scoring affair at Anfield. The Reds have scored the most goals at home this season (25) and City have netted the most away (22). Six of Liverpool’s eight home games have involved both teams scoring this season while City have done the same in six from nine away from the Etihad. Additionally, seven of the last eight meetings between these sides have produced goals for both teams.


Bristol Rovers v AFC Wimbledon @ 31/50

The Gas have been on fire in the both teams to score market this season. They top League One overall with 78% but at home 92% of their games have resulted in both teams scoring and conceding. AFC Wimbledon are in the top six statistically but away from home only 50% of their matches result in goals for both sides, so we’re hoping the visitors get pulled along by Rovers’ propensity to score and concede.

Brentford v Norwich @ 13/20

Norwich are second only to Nottingham Forest in the both teams to score stakes in the Championship but top the table at 75% when they play away from Carrow Road. Three of the Canaries’ last four matches have resulted in goals from both sides while Brentford’s last three home games have ended that way. City battered the Bees 5-0 earlier in December but the return should be much closer.

Leicester v West Ham @ 3/4

Leicester may have let us down in losing 2-0 at home to Everton but they remain high in the both teams to score table, with two-thirds of their matches ending with goals on both sides. That statistic is lower when they play at home (56%), but the Hammers usually produce the goods away from home. Seven of their nine matches away from the London Stadium have seen goals at both ends and meetings between the sides have been kind in the last four matches in all competitions.