Both teams to score is always one of our favourite betting tips here at thatsagoal and our Saturday BTTS 4-fold comes from England and Scotland this weekend.
After netting twice at Luton last weekend, Gillingham will be aiming to score more goals against lowly AFC Wimbledon, but the hosts are mounting a decent fight for survival in League One. That clash features in this BTTS four-fold accumulator alongside a match involving decent home team Cheltenham playing useful Northampton in League Two. Fixtures at Barrow and Raith complete the selections.
AFC Wimbledon vs Gillingham
Cheltenham vs Northampton
Barrow vs Harrogate
Raith Rovers vs Dumbarton
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Although they were very fortunate to claim a 1-0 win when playing Southend last weekend, AFC Wimbledon are displaying some battling qualities in their attempt to avoid relegation from League One. The Dons have won their last three games and have yet to concede a goal this month, but their defence appeared fragile last time and will be tested by Gillingham. Only Sunderland have beaten the Gills in their last six league away matches and they have netted during each of those games including a score draw at Luton last Saturday.
Despite losing their last six League Two matches on away soil, Cheltenham have established a lower mid-table position in the league table thanks to some decent results at Whaddon Road where they have earned sixteen points from their last six games. The Robins have also netted in each of their home league games since the beginning of November ahead of this visit of a Northampton team unbeaten in five matches on away soil. Although the Cobblers could only draw 0-0 at Grimsby last weekend, they had scored during all previous away contests in league action dating back to late October.
It must have been a surprise for fans of Harrogate when their team failed to find the net in a midweek 1-0 defeat at Barnet after scoring in each of their previous National League matches from mid-December onwards. The North Yorkshire team will be aiming to regain their form in front of goal when facing a Barrow team which conceded three times in two games this month but which has netted in all five fixtures during March. It appears that the Cumbrians have recovered from a goal scoring drought earlier this year.
Having stayed unbeaten in their last seven Scottish League One fixtures and netted at least twice during the previous five of those games, Dumbarton have become one of the in-form teams of that division. The Sons have also won four of their latest five matches ahead of this visit to Kirkcaldy with hosts Raith Rovers failing to find the net against only league leaders Arbroath this year. Rovers will also be seeking a fifth victory at Stark’s Park during 2019.