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Both Teams to Score Accumulator Tip: 10/1 BTTS Premier League Acca 29/02/2020

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A popular market for selections in accumulator bets is both teams to score. You may see this as BTTS. It’s particularly well-liked because of its simplicity with there being only two outcomes; yes or no. With this in mind, the odds will always be somewhere are 5/4 (1.8) mark because there will be roughly a 50/50 chance. Some bookmakers only offer the yes market, but the no market is one that holds plenty of value too.

We’ve picked out a four-fold accumulator for Saturday’s Premier League games, with a selection of yes and no outcomes. Check it out below, and if you think it’s a winner – jump on at BoyleSports with odds of 15/1 (16.0).

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Premier League 10/1 (11.0) BTTS Acca with BoyleSports

Brighton vs Crystal Palace

Date: 29th February 2020
Kick-off: 12.30 GMT
Tip: BTTS: YES @ EVS (2.0)

Brighton picked up an important point away to Sheffield United last week with a 1-1 draw. They fell behind the high-flying Blades but were able to hit back courtesy of a Neal Maupay strike. The Frenchman is the club’s top scorer this season with eight in all competitions, but other players are starting to add to their tallies.

Crystal Palace ended a three-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over Newcastle last time out. It was only their second goal in four league outings, and they have only bagged six in their last seven. They are averaging less than a goal a game and are currently have the joint-fewest goals in the league (24). In saying that, they are creating plenty of chances. Luck hasn’t been on their side and they really ought to have scored more than one against Newcastle.

In the last five matches between the sides, both have scored in all five games. As such, we reckon that EVS (2.0) for them both to find the net again is great value.

West Ham vs Southampton

Date: 29th February 2020
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Tip: BTTS: YES @ 6/10 (1.6)

West Ham shocked Liverpool by taking the lead at Anfield last weekend before the league leaders powered back to win. David Moyes would have been bitterly disappointed not to see his side take anything after a terrific performance, especially as points are precious. The Hammers are in the drop zone with tricky games coming up.

Southampton picked up their second win in five against Aston Villa on Saturday and have been playing with confidence. They are 10 points above West Ham and have failed to score only once in their last 13 games in all competitions.

The Hammers have scored five goals in their last three games and we expect them to be hungry for more in front of their own fans. They won the reverse of this fixture 1-0 and will fancy their chances at winning.

It should be a close match with plenty of goalmouth action and because of that, both teams have a good chance of scoring.

Check out our West Ham vs Southampton full preview including team news.

Game Tip BTTS Odds
Brighton vs Crystal Palace Yes EVS (2.0)
West Ham vs Southampton Yes 6/10 (1.6)
Newcastle vs Burnley Yes 20/21 (1.95)
Watford vs Liverpool No 20/21 (1.95)
Acca Four-fold 10/1 (11.0)

Newcastle vs Burnley

Date: 29th February 2020
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Tip: BTTS: YES @ 20/21 (1.95)

Despite not having scored in three consecutive matches, Newcastle will start this match as the favourites with the bookies. It’s hard to imagine them not scoring for the fourth game in a row, especially with players such as Jonjo Shelvey returning to fitness. Steve Bruce needs a response for his side, who should be fired up for this one.

Burnley have been enjoying something of a purple patch. They have won four of their last five league games and welcome back top scorer Chris Wood this weekend. Ashley Barnes is also set to return from some time on the side-lines, so there are good attacking options for Sean Dyche to choose from.

With Burnley on good form, and Newcastle in need of win both these sides should be able to hit the back of the net at least once.

Newcastle vs Burnley – latest team news and predictions

Watford vs Liverpool

Date: 29th February 2020
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Tip: BTTS: NO 20/21 (1.95)

Watford were making something of a comeback in the league after being rooted to the bottom for 13 weeks. However, their form has slipped again with poor performances, and results. They are winless in the league since a 3-0 win over Bournemouth and have scored only five times since then.

Liverpool were given a scare by West Ham but managed to win 3-2. It was a rare bad day for their defence who were opened up at will. It was also the first time since the 4th December that they had conceded more than two goals. The Reds have let in only 17 league goals all season and have kept and amazing 12 clean sheets. They have scored 64 times and scored in all 27 league games this season.

Bearing this in mind, we can’t see Watford breaking them down in the form they are in at the moment. Furthermore, Liverpool don’t know how not to score.