Both Teams to Score tips for this weekend’s matches on Saturday 20th April including the reasons for each pick and which bookmaker to use on our accumulator bet.
Two attack-minded teams clash at the London Stadium when West Ham host Leicester and that game features in this Saturday BTTS four-fold accumulator alongside a fixture involving promotion hopefuls Inverness and Dundee United in Scotland. Avoiding relegation is the priority when Partick face Alloa and that game is also covered while both teams netted on the last two occasions Stirling Albion played Cowdenbeath.
West Ham vs Leicester
Inverness v Dundee United
Partick Thistle v Alloa
Stirling Albion v Cowdenbeath
Accumulator Odds – 8.7/1 with William Hill.
After failing to find the net in just one previous game this year, Leicester were thwarted by a resolute Newcastle defence when losing 1-0 on home soil last Friday evening. Jamie Vardy will now be hoping to build upon the six goals he has already netted since the beginning of March when facing a West Ham beaten just once on home turf this year. The Hammers had scored in seven successive matches at the London Stadium prior to a 2-0 defeat by Everton and they will now aim to end a three-game losing sequence.
A very late equaliser netted in a 2-2 midweek draw at Morton virtually guaranteed a promotion playoff position for Inverness and they have failed to score in just one Scottish Championship fixture since the beginning of March. The Highlanders will host a Dundee United outfit still clinging to the hope of claiming automatic promotion with their recent good form helped by scoring in every league match since the onset of February. Both teams have also scored in four of the last five United fixtures.
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A sequence of four successive Scottish Championship victories has eased the relegation fears of Alloa but they remain just four points ahead of bottom team Partick ahead of this fixture. The Wasps have netted in their previous six games while Thistle drew 0-0 at leaders Ross County last time after failing to find the net in just one league game this year, when losing at Dunfermline. Both teams have scored in all Partick home contests in league action during 2019.
2-1 scorelines prevailed when Stirling Albion faced Cowdenbeath in their last two Scottish League fixtures while the hosts will hope to clinch a third consecutive home win in their penultimate match of the season at Forthbank Stadium. Visitors Cowdenbeath have been spared the embarrassment of a relegation playoff decider for a third successive season and both teams have netted in their previous three matches which includes a 4-1 victory against second-placed team Edinburgh City.