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Both teams to score tips: Seagulls can breach Blues

| 18.01.2022

BTTS betting tips and odds

Tuesday night involves a mish-mash of games across the UK, Europe and Africa, but we’re sticking with the games in England and Scotland for our both teams to score tips.

There are two Premier League games taking place and we’re including the Brighton v Chelsea game as one of our selections at 19/20.

Brighton v Chelsea

Chelsea have kept the third highest number of clean sheets in the Premier League season, but we’ve every reason to suspect they won’t make it to double figures on Tuesday when Blues keeper Edouard Mendy will once again be missing on international duty.

The Seagulls earned a deserved 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge less than three weeks ago thanks to Danny Welbeck’s stoppage-time header.

Kepa, Both teams to score tips

The visitors had 18 shots in that game, six of which were on target, and this fixture has produced goals at both ends in the last three seasons.

Graham Potter’s side have scored and conceded in five of their last seven matches, and with Kepa between the sticks for the visitors, Brighton will fancy their chances of finding the net against a team that have only failed to score against Manchester City (twice) and Wolves this season.

Preston v Sheff Utd

The next of our both teams to score tips comes from Deepdale where goals at both ends have been scored in the last four matches.

Preston have a Championship-high BTTS record of 75% on home territory and overall they have scored and conceded in six of their last seven matches, so a pattern is starting to emerge for the Lancastrians.

Sheffield United haven’t been a great friend to the BTTS punter recently, with only one of their last six games paying out, but these teams drew 2-2 at Bramall Lane earlier in the season.

The Blades have scored in seven of their previous eight matches on the road and we’re hopeful this game will tick the BTTS box at 10/11.

Port Vale v Salford

Vale’s automatic promotion hopes suffered a setback at the weekend as they paid the price for having goalkeeper Lucas Covolan sent off just before the break, crashing to a 3-1 home defeat by Swindon.

That was the third successive game in which they had scored and conceded, and it should be remembered they have scored in 18 of their last 19 matches.

Salford have scored in every game on the road in the last three months but have kept just three clean sheets away from home, so we’re on board with this game at 20/23.

Hearts v St Johnstone

The Scottish Premiership returns from the winter break on Tuesday and we have picked out two of the games for our both teams to score tips, starting with the game at Tynecastle which is odds against at 11/10 to produce goals at both ends.

Hearts have enjoyed a superb return to the Scottish top flight, maintaining a five-point gap on fourth-placed Motherwell with a 2-1 win against Ross County on Boxing Day in their last outing.

St Johnstone continue to prop up the table with 14 points from their 20 games, but they drew 1-1 with Hearts in October and they found the net in a 3-1 home defeat by Celtic in their last outing.

Their record at scoring on the road this season is admittedly atrocious having scored just twice, but we’re hopeful Callum Davidson’s men will be nice and fresh at the start of the year and get on target against a side that have conceded in four of their last five home games.

Ross County v Motherwell

The Scottish Premiership has not quite managed to keep up with the four divisions in England in BTTS terms, but Ross County and Motherwell are two of the best performers in the division.

The Staggies have comfortably the highest record in the Scottish top flight with 13 of their 20 games involving goals at both ends, while Motherwell are the third best at 50%, although away from home that figure rises to 56%.

Well won 2-1 when the teams met in September, the third successive time these teams have been involved in a match ending 2-1 one way or another.

Ross have scored and conceded in their last five games and a sixth catches the eye at 5/6.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication

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Author

Warren Barner