The EFL BTTS/RESULT Acca – 08/02/22


I’ve been unleashed, or at least that’s how it feels. Got the e-mail on Saturday evening telling me to get back to work if I was fit and able and as e have a full programme-ish tonight I’m looking for five games I can say, with confidence, should, never will, should produce a BTTS/RESULT acca for us.

I started looking at these games on Sunday morning and yes, I’m supposed to be concentrating solely on EFL but this first game is National League stuff and I couldn’t resist putting the Notts County v Barnet game in here.

The home side hasn’t half hit form, picking up 13 points from their last five games, scoring 14 goals and achieving 2.6 points per game. BTTS has also be netted in all five matches so whilst they are scoring for fun, they are paying for this at the back.

Previous games between these two has seen BTTS happen 64% of the time and with Barnet netting in three of ther last five games I see both side scoring this evening.

BTTS/HOME win here pays 23/10 and I’m in.

League One next and it’s Accrington Stanley at home to Oxford United I’m up for here. The away side look favourites to win this and with a recent draw at Wigan, and a 7-2 thrashing of Gillingham in their last two on the road, and having gained three wins from their last five away from home, I’m onto it.

It won’t be 7-2 tonight though as the home team are in good form themselves, unbeaten in their last five on their own pitch, and scoring in all five, too.

This should be a really good, tight game. Past games between the pair have seen BTTS happen 82% of the time, with an average of 4.27 goals per game.

The layers make BTTS/DRAW favourite @ 3/1 but I’m going to go BTTS/AWAY WIN @ 10/3.

Fleetwood Town playing Milton Keynes looks another game that should hopefully see both side winning, and producing an away win. The away side are flying right now, sitting in third spot and 24 points more than the home side have achieved.

This game produced a rattling good game in September last year, that game ending 3-3 and with the home side in good form on their own pitch recently, unbeaten in their last three, I’m thinking we’ll not see two sides that have that 24 points difference on show. This’ll be tighter than it was in September, too.

The away side has scored in their last nine on the road so Fleetwood are going to have to score at least two to win and as they only currently get 1.67 goals per game at home, and Milton Keynes nail at least two per game away, it looks another BTTS/AWAY @ 3/1

Sitting 12th and 13th in the Championship respectively, Coventry and Blackpool meet off level points tonight but it’s the away side with momentum right now. Blackpool have gone four games without defeat and won three of their last five, whilst Coventry have hit a bit of a blip.

Head to head results suggest a draw tonight and I’m up for that again. They’ve met 12 times previously, won four each, and drawn four.

I do not see tons of goals, 1-1 the most likely scoreline and I bet BTTS/DRAW @ 4/1

My fifth and final game is Exeter versus Leyton Orient. Should be fit for a home win but I’m seeing a 62% chance of BTTS so if I’m right, those going +2.5 goals will get 23/10 if I’m right.

There are 11 points between the two sides in the table but both sport a +12 goal difference and it’s only Exeter’s ability to win a game that separates them. I’m hoping that proves the difference this evening and if they keep their recent form going, then it’s a banker home win. They have won three of their last five are are unbeaten in those five games.

The O’s have been struggling to score goals but did so against Bradford two games back and I’ll add this to the BTTS/RESULT acca – BTTS/HOME @ 16/5



PAYS £12,012 TO A £10 WIN STAKE

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