Saturday: Both Teams To Score

Saturday: Both Teams To Score

We’ve picked out five of the best matches on Saturday in the both teams to score market which returns around £145 for a £10 stake if they all bolt in.

Sunderland and Leicester @ 18/25
Sunderland may not be prolific at home but they have scored in five of their six matches at the Stadium of Light. Leicester are no slouches either when it comes to finding the back of the net on the road and have the same record as the Black Cats but against tougher opposition.

Tottenham and Swansea @ 91/100
Both teams have scored in the last five meetings between Spurs and Swansea home and away. Spurs’ record of scoring in their last 14 Premier League matches at White Hart Lane takes care of the home element while Swansea have scored away from home in their last three matches against decent opposition (Arsenal, Stoke and Everton).

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Barcelona and Real Madrid @ 9/20
Only one of the last 18 El Clasicos has produced a match in which one of the teams has failed to score. That came last season when Barca, missing Lionel Messi, dispatched Real 4-0 at the Bernabeu. There have also been at least three goals in the last nine encounters. Expect another goal feast!

West Ham and Arsenal @ 3/5
When these London rivals go head to head, the goals tend to flow. Both teams have found the target in the last four encounters at West Ham and although the Hammers are at a spanking new stadium, we’re expecting much more of the same. West Ham have scored in five of their six homes while the Gunners have the same record away from the Emirates. Only Manchester City (17) have scored more away goals than Arsenal (13).

Ross County and Hearts @ 13/20
The Staggies are developing a reputation for scoring and conceding which suits us down to the ground. Ross County’s last four matches in the Scottish Premiership have involved both teams scoring while Hearts have conceded away from home in their last six games, letting in three goals in both of their previous two games against mediocre opposition.

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