Both Teams to Score Tips – 19/1 Accumulator from Saturday’s 3pm Kick-offs

Both teams to score tips

Our Saturday both teams to score tips takes predictions from each of the top four divisions in England and all four matches kick-off at 3pm.

We need both teams to score in each of these fixtures for the bet to be a winning one, starting with Nottingham Forest’s return to the Premier League when they travel to Newcastle. Stoke vs Blackpool is the pick from the Championship before the League One and League Two games complete the BTTS tip at odds of just over 19/1 with Ladbrokes.

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Newcastle United vs Nottingham Forest

Newcastle’s upturn in form last season around the Christmas period was no surprise given the £95million they spent on the arrivals of Kieran Trippier, Chris Wood, Bruno Guimaraes, Dan Burn and Matt Targett, although most of their praise should go to boss Eddie Howe.

The signings of Nick Pope and Sven Botman will further help their defensive targets for the upcoming season, and with attackers such as Callum Wilson, Allan Saint-Maximin and Miguel Almiron set to wreak havoc upon a new-look Forest side, goals are expected for the Magpies.

However, Forest are equally as exciting; having been the league’s third top scoring outfit last season and with the additions of Jesse Lingard, Taiwo Awoniyi and Lewis O’Brien, they won’t be pushed over easily. There is also the element of a club aiming to impress on their return to the top-flight after 20 years, and players will be as up for the fight as ever – we have seen a similar scenario happen with Leeds and Aston Villa in recent years who both scored goals galore in their first few games back ‘where they belong’.

 

Stoke City vs Blackpool

Stoke are a funny team on paper; typically remembered for being solid down the years, Michael O’Neill’s men saw both teams score in over half of their games last season. With Dwight Gayle having joined the club and with Jacob Brown being kept on the books following his 14-goal stint at the Potters last season, goals are not a problem for the Midlands club.

Blackpool, meanwhile, have been tipped as one of the relegation favourites for next season after losing manager Neil Critchley in place of Michael Appleton. And having signed Charlie Patino from Arsenal on loan as one of the most impressive signings of the Championship window alongside retaining the majority of last season’s goalscorers, they pose arguably more of a threat than last season. David Prutton is also predicting both teams to score in this match from his Saturday score selections in the Championship.

 

Forest Green Rovers vs Ipswich Town

This has a similar feel to Newcastle vs Nottingham Forest in the sense that an attacking, free-flowing promoted outfit are taking on one of the stalwarts of the league – a team looking to impress in their first ever game in the third-tier against a side who know League One inside out.

Forest Green scored two against Bristol Rovers away last time out, and have shown down the years that they are not scared of taking the game to more reputable opponents despite their minnow status.

Ipswich will also want to avoid the ignominy of losing to a club that, admittedly, are much smaller than them – and have added well to their attacking ranks with the signings of Freddie Lapado and Tyreece John-Jules, so goals will once more be expected at the New Lawn.

 

Fleetwood Town vs Plymouth Argyle

Scott Brown’s side escaped the drop by the skin of their teeth last season, and will be anxious about facing a Plymouth side that were one game from reaching the playoffs last season. Argyle have kept Ryan Hardie and Luke Jephcott as they aim for another promotion push, and that was evident last week as they beat a Barnsley side that were expected to rival them for glory.

But with Highbury being a hard place to go, end-to-end action is expected on the coasts of west Lancashire.

 

Stevenage vs Stockport County

Stockport arose from their ten-year slumber in non-league by winning the National League last season, and were expected to trounce Barrow on their return to the EFL in front of a near-capacity crowd at Edgeley Park last week. However, stunned silence rang around the Greater Manchester club as they trailed 3-0 at the break; showing they may not be ready for the test yet.

They did score twice, and were unfortunate not to draw as penalty calls went against them deep into stoppage time. Stevenage will be wary of their threat upfront and plan accordingly – and after a surprise 2-1 win over Tranmere Rovers on the opening day, Stockport will feel the same. Goals are more than expected in this clash.

 

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