Both Teams to Score tips for this weekend’s Saturday afternoon 3pm fixtures matches including the reasons for each BTTS tip and which bookmaker to use to get £30 in free bets.
Fulham vs Nottingham Forest
Coventry vs Gillingham
Chesterfield vs Barrow
Ross County vs Livingston
Odds – 9.5/1 with 888Sport.
When beating Millwall 4-0 on Wednesday evening, Fulham could have scored more goals and they now host a Nottingham Forest team also capable of find the net. That clash features in this Saturday BTTS four-fold accumulator alongside games from Leagues One and Two plus the Scottish Premiership. The fixture involving Coventry’s match in League One should be particularly interesting as they claimed a 3-3 midweek draw despite finishing with nine players and were 3-1 adrift
Since losing 1-0 at Barnsley in their opening game of the Championship season, Fulham have won all three subsequent matches scoring at least twice per game. The Cottagers underlined their attacking qualities in midweek when easily beating Millwall 4-0 on home soil and they now face a Nottingham Forest outfit which has earned 1-1 draws in both away matches this term. Forest have also netted in each of their five competitive outings and are earning results despite not producing their best football in all games.
All seemed lost for Coventry on Tuesday evening when a player was dismissed at Portsmouth when losing 3-1. Yet the Sky Blues reduced the arrears before the sending-off of another visiting player. A late equaliser then followed to secure a point with Coventry scoring nine goals in their last three competitive matches. A home game at St Andrew’s now awaits with visitors Gillingham sharing the points with Blackpool in midweek after leading 2-0. Both teams have also netted in each competitive game played by the Gills this term.
Although they finished the 2018-19 National League campaign by scoring at least twice in winning their final four home matches, Chesterfield have lost both fixtures at the Proact Stadium this month and have yet to win any of their first five matches of this season. Both teams have netted in each of those winless games which will have been noted by visitors Barrow. The Cumbrians have failed to find the net in just one of their opening five contests but have conceded at least twice in losing both away matches via 2-1 and 3-2 scorelines.
After winning all four of their Scottish League Cup group games, Ross County were eventually eliminated from the competition by Partick when losing 3-2 after extra-time. However, the Dingwall based team remain unbeaten during ninety minutes this season and have netted at least twice in winning all three competitive home games. Visitors Livingston will hope to seal their first Scottish Premiership victory of the campaign but they are unbeaten on their competitive travels with at least one goal netted in each of four games on the road.