Both teams to score accumulator tip for this weekend’s games across the English leagues on Saturday 4th May 2019. Which four matches are we predicting for a BTTS bet? See the picks and reasons below.
Four of the final games of the Leagues One and Two regular season feature in this BTTS four-fold accumulator with Peterborough hoping to claim promotion playoff points while Walsall seek to avoid relegation from the third tier. Both League Two fixtures selected comprise teams involved in the battle for promotion with Forest Green Rovers, Exeter, MK Dons and Mansfield also among the goals in recent weeks. Odds of approximately 10/1 likely to be available for the successful outcome of these tips.
Peterborough vs Burton
Shrewsbury vs Walsall
Forest Green Rovers vs Exeter
MK Dons vs Mansfield
The League One promotion playoffs remain the target for Peterborough and they recovered from a poor 3-0 defeat at Walsall last Saturday by surprising Portsmouth at Fratton Park in earning a 3-2 victory. Posh had netted in six previous outings prior to that setback at Walsall but now face a Burton outfit which beat both Barnsley and Luton last month and has netted in ten consecutive league games. Both teams have scored in six of the last seven games contested by the Brewers.
Despite claiming an impressive 3-0 home win against Peterborough last weekend, Walsall still need points from this game to retain their League One status. The Saddlers can be a frustrating team and have lost their last four away matches, but they have failed to net just twice in ten previous outings. Hosts Shrewsbury have avoided relegation after a difficult season but they can be a reliable outfit in front of goal having netted in nine of their ten prior fixtures, and were denied only by Portsmouth in those games.
Automatic promotion is now an impossibility for Forest Green Rovers and a very late 4-3 loss at Crewe last weekend dented those ambitions. Rovers will now contest the playoffs, but it should also be noted that they have netted in every home fixture this year ahead of the visit of an Exeter team needing at least a point to have any hope of claiming a top seven finish. The Grecians should be confident of obtaining a result after scoring in ten successive league matches.
The battle to claim automatic promotion from League Two goes to the wire with third and fourth placed teams Mansfield and MK Dons respectively locked together on the same points total. The latter outfit have lost their last two games including a very late 2-1 home defeat by Stevenage last Saturday but they failed to net just once since the beginning of March. Meanwhile, a 2-0 defeat at Colchester was a setback for the Dons but only Lincoln have prevented them from scoring on home soil since the onset of February.
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