Both Teams to Score Tips: 2nd – 5th July 2020

Match Both Teams to Score Yes/No Odds
Manchester City vs Liverpool Yes 1/2
Burnley vs Sheffield United No 4/6
Blackburn Rovers vs Leeds United No 20/23
Derby County vs Nottingham Forest Yes 4/5
Portsmouth vs Oxford United Yes 20/23
All Five Results as an Accumulator 15.42/1
  • Manchester City vs Liverpool: Yes – The two most potent attacking forces in English football meet on Thursday, and once again we expect them to deliver on the goals front. Manchester City have scored nine in three since the resumption, and they will be desperate to put the newly-crowned champions in their place here. Liverpool’s front three need no introduction, and they could cut through City’s backline – Fernandinho is suspended remember – with consummate ease.
  • Burnley vs Sheffield United: No – One of the Premier League’s best grinders, Burnley continue to pick up points – albeit less than spectacularly, with key attacking talents like Ashley Barnes and Jay Rodriguez struggling with injury. Their opponents here, Sheffield United, play on Thursday and then again Sunday, which means Chris Wilder will have to rotate. That generally impacts upon creative flow and rhythm.
  • Blackburn Rovers vs Leeds United: No – Leeds United struggled to a draw against Luton in midweek, and their attacking play has at times looked a bit predictable since the break – they are crying out for a proven goalscorer to take the slack from Patrick Bamford. Blackburn, meanwhile, have failed to score in three of their last four outings.
  • Derby County vs Nottingham Forest: Yes – A good old-fashioned blood-and-thunder local derby is what armchair fanatics need right now, and you suspect Derby and Nottingham Forest won’t us down on the goals front. Derby had won four on the trot prior to the midweek action, scoring eleven in the process, while Forest have netted at least once in four of their last five games.
  • Portsmouth vs Oxford United: Yes – Two of League One’s great entertainers meet in the play-off semi-final on Friday, and despite three months off the importance of the game dictates that both will want to earn the upper hand in this first leg. Pompey have scored in 80% of games this season including two each in four of their last six prior to the break, while Oxford won five on the spin and scored 14 in the process.