|Match||Both Teams to Score Yes/No||Odds|
|Brighton vs Chelsea||Yes||8/13|
|Southampton vs Tottenham||Yes||8/15|
|Bristol City vs Brentford||Yes||8/11|
|West Brom vs Leeds United||Yes||4/7|
|Wycombe vs Ipswich Town||Yes||10/11|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||11.83/1|
- Brighton vs Chelsea: Yes – Brighton again showed their decent scoring form at the weekend with a double against Bournemouth. The Seagulls have only been kept out on 3 occasions this season at home, averaging 1.4 goals scored per game. Chelsea have only kept 4 clean sheets in the league this term but have been fairly clinical at the other end of the pitch with Tammy Abraham the joint third highest scorer in the division.
- Southampton vs Tottenham: Yes – Jose Mourinho’s appointment has definitely brought some decent results for the North Londoners but their defensive issues remain, conceding in all bar one of the Portuguese’s games in charge. Southampton have scored 6 times in their last 3 matches and have found the net in 10 of their last 11. BTTS has landed in each of the last 8 meetings between these teams.
- Bristol City vs Brentford: Yes – These two sides are the joint third and fourth scorers in the Championship. City have scored 5 times in their two matches over the festive period but they have conceded 14 goals in the 12 home matches so far. Brentford average over a goal per game on their travels and we can see them netting again at Ashton Gate.
- West Brom vs Leeds United: Yes – Talking of the Championship’s top scores, the late kick-off brings the top two side together both in terms of league position and goals scored. The two have netted a combined 89 times, 42 for leaders Leeds and 47 for second placed West Brom. Leeds edged a 9-goal thriller with Birmingham on Sunday, a run of 4 BTTS games in a row. BTTS has also landed in 7 of the last nine for West Brom so goals could well be on the menu again here.
- Wycombe vs Ipswich: Yes – For much of the season these two sides have been at the top of League one with Wycombe still clear at the summit. They are on a run of 3 defeats in a row however with Ipswich losing 3 out of their last 4. Thirteen goals were scored across the two side’s previous games with Wycombe losing 4-1 and Ipswich falling to a 5-3 defeat. Tired defences could lead to another goal fest in this one.