Both teams to score predictions for this weekend’s Saturday afternoon matches including the reasons for each BTTS selection and which bookmaker to use on our accumulator bet.
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Leagues One and Two plus the National League feature in this Saturday BTTS Accumulator with in-form teams Ipswich and Doncaster clashing at Portman Road. In the same division, Oxford will hope to extend their impressive goal scoring form this term when hosting Tranmere while League Two Action focusses on Port Vale with visitors Plymouth involved in several recent high-scoring matches. The final selection covers improving Yeovil hosting inconsistent Fylde.
Since their relegation from the Championship last term, Ipswich have netted in each of seven competitive matches and have scored at least twice in remaining unbeaten in their four latest games. The Tractor Boys have yet to lose at Portman Road this season and now host a Doncaster outfit aiming for a fourth consecutive League One victory. Two or more goals have been scored by Donny in winning those three matches and they have netted in every league contest during the current campaign.
After drawing 1-1 at Sunderland in their opening League One fixture, Oxford have netted in every subsequent competitive match and their last three games at the Kassam Stadium have finished in 2-4, 2-2 and 3-3 scorelines. Tranmere visit the venue on Saturday and they have beaten only Bolton in League action to date. However, Rovers have displayed battling qualities in recent games by scoring a very late equaliser when earning a 1-1 draw at Rotherham and then recovering from a two-goal deficit to share the points in a 2-2 home draw with Gillingham.
Although they netted in every League Two match during August, Port Vale then encountered a resolute Newport defence last weekend and suffered a 1-0 loss. Newport have already registered six clean sheets this term. Vale now host a Plymouth team which has also failed to net in just one match this term when again facing Newport. Argyle have netted at least twice in six of their nine games this season.
After experiencing a mixed start to their National League campaign, Yeovil are showing signs of settling into fifth tier football following relegation last season. Three successive victories with six goals scored suggests an improving team and they have netted in every home game since the beginning of August. Visitors Fylde have disappointed to date this term and are winless in six matches but they have netted in each of their five games on the road. However, the Coasters have conceded at least twice in five of those six winless contests.