Both Teams to Score Tips: 11th January 2020

Match Both Teams to Score Yes/No Odds
Leicester City vs Southampton Yes 3/4
Tottenham vs Liverpool Yes 8/13
Hull City vs Fulham Yes 1/2
Reading vs Nottingham Forest Yes 4/5
Stoke City vs Millwall Yes Evens
All Five Results as an Accumulator 14.26/1
  • Leicester City vs Southampton: Yes – After a tough fixture list over the festive period, Leicester have bounced back with a pair of league wins and they appear to have their attacking vitality back after fallow efforts against Man City and Liverpool. However, they have a Carabao Cup semi-final to contend with on Wednesday, and Brendan Rodgers has confirmed he will give that tie his full attention. Southampton, with three wins in their last four and playing their best football of the season, will need no second invitation.
  • Tottenham vs Liverpool: Yes – Whisper it, but there are some Tottenham fans who believe their side will be in better shape without the injured Harry Kane – they can play on the break here with the more agile Son Heung-Min leading the line. The problem is that Spurs are abysmal at the back, and it seems almost a given that Liverpool will score here. But the Reds are not without their problems – Lovre, Matip, Fabinho and Milner are all injured, so defensive personnel is rather thin on the ground for Jurgen Klopp.
  • Hull City vs Fulham: Yes – Hull are enjoying a rich vein of form in front of goal of late, scoring in four of their last five games with two or more coming in a trio of those outings. They will go hard on home soil against a Fulham side that has conceded in 73% of their Championship games this season. That said, the only place the Cottagers have failed to score in their last six matches is at Brentford, who boast the division’s most miserly defence.
  • Reading vs Nottingham Forest: Yes – On paper at least, this not a game that screams BTTS. However, what we do have here is two teams in fine form for whom goals are coming with ease. Reading have won four on the spin, netting two or more in three of those triumphs, while Forest have won three on the bounce themselves, netting six times.
  • Stoke City vs Millwall: Yes – Here’s a fantastic price about BTTS in a game between two confident teams. Stoke have finally climbed out of the Championship’s bottom three on the back of a decent win, and some excellent finishing has helped to mask their ongoing defensive issues (seven conceded in their last four). Millwall, meanwhile, are on the fringes of the top six, and you don’t climb that high without being able to put the ball in the net.