Both Teams to Score Tips: 14th – 15th February 2020

Match Both Teams to Score Yes/No Odds
Hull City vs Swansea City No 11/10
Fleetwood Town vs Peterborough United Yes 7/10
Portsmouth vs Shrewsbury Town No 4/5
Rochdale vs Tranmere Rovers No Evens
Crawley Town vs Carlisle United Yes 4/6
All Five Results as an Accumulator 20.41/1
  • Hull City vs Swansea City: No – Hull took the bold decision to sell their two best attacking players on transfer deadline day, and the even bolder step of not replacing them. The Tigers were thrashed at Blackburn in midweek without creating any meaningful chances, while three of Swansea’s last eight games have ended 0-0, which reveals how they go about their business. This is a meaty odds-against chance.
  • Fleetwood Town vs Peterborough United: Yes – Having scored a scandalously good 20 goals in their last six games, Peterborough seem almost duty bound to score here – some of their attacking players are far too good for League One. But we were impressed with Fleetwood in midweek in their win over Wycombe, and they are reliably strong on home soil. They will give the red-hot Posh a game here.
  • Portsmouth vs Shrewsbury Town: No – Shrewsbury don’t score many goals – only Bolton have netted fewer in League One, and the fact that the Shrews have troubled the scorers just nine times on the road this term tells its own story. They surely won’t have much joy against a Portsmouth side that had kept four clean sheets in a row prior to their midweek trip to Coventry, where they lost to an excellent home side 0-1.
  • Rochdale vs Tranmere Rovers: No – It’s a remarkable five games since Tranmere last found the net – 460 minutes of football and counting! An incredible BTTS – No price is compounded by the fact that Rochdale aren’t prolific either, and in 21/31 outings this term they have scored one goal or fewer. Only Southend have netted fewer home goals than the Dale.
  • Crawley Town vs Carlisle United: Yes – Nine of Crawley’s last ten games have delivered on the BTTS front, with six of those going over the 2.5 goal line too, and so that gives a handy insight into the openness of their play. As for Carlisle, they have scored in eight of their last ten away games, and the Cumbrians are one of those odd teams where they seem to play at the same level on home soil and on the road.