Football Tips: Friday’s 8/1 Both Teams To Score accumulator from across the continent

Robert Catterson from PPTV promises goals galore as he scours the continent for a Both Teams to Score acca on Friday night.


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7.30pm: Arminia Bielefeld v Wolfsburg – Both Teams To Score

Bundesliga’s newest recruits Arminia turned plenty of heads on Monday night when they came close to beating champions Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena and, by scoring three goals at the toughest venue in the league, they showed that they might just be ready for the battle to stay in Germany’s top flight.

Heading into that clash, The Blues had scored in five of their ten games on the road this season and had brought down the likes of Stuttgart and Hertha Berlin as well. Tonight, they host Wolfsburg, a side in scintillating form.

7.30pm: Arminia Bielefeld v Wolfsburg
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They currently sit in fourth place in the league, having won five of their last six games, and their only two defeats on the road this season have come away to Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

In fact, in 11 of their 12 away games in the league, they have found the target and they have one of the sharpest strikers in the division in Wout Weghorst, who has scored eight goals in his last ten starts and 19 goals in all competitions. Throw into the argument that both teams scored when these sides met back in October and the Both Teams To Score option looks NAP material here.

7.45pm: Cagliari v Torino – Both Teams to Score

To suggest Friday’s second game in Serie A is crucial to both side’s survival chances is an understatement to say the least. Just two points separate the sides in the table with Torino sitting one place above the relegation zone ahead of their trip to the Sardegna Arena, where they have a decent record in recent seasons.

Consistency has been Torino’s big thing of late, too, as they have drawn their last six games in all competitions – five of which have been in the league. They’ve been scoring plenty too, with two or more goals in their away games against Atalanta and Benevento and it’s a huge positive for their survival hopes that their defeat to AC Milan in the San Siro is their only defeat of 2021 so far.

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Friday 7.45pm: Cagliari v Torino
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So, it’s hard to see them not scoring tonight. When the sides met back in October, Cagliari came out on top in a five-goal thriller but since their win over Sampdoria in November, they haven’t won a single league game. In their eight Serie A games since the turn of the year, they only have a single point to show for their efforts and they now sit in 18th spot.

However, this is by far their easiest league game since they faced Fiorentina over a month ago and they have managed to find the net in ten of their last 12 games on home soil too. So on that basis, they too should keep their side of the bargain in the Both Teams To Score market.

8pm: Wolves v Leeds – Both Teams To Score

For Wolves and Leeds United, they’ve had similar campaigns so far and sit side-by-side in the Premier League table heading into tonight’s game at Molineux. Wolves haven’t hit the heights of their last couple of campaigns in the top flight but their form of late has been improving and they head into this game with just one loss in their last five league games having endured a torrid end to 2020.

Their win at home to Arsenal earlier this month was one of their best displays of the season and they’ll be full of confidence after beating Southampton at St Mary’s last weekend. While sitting in 12th in the table, their home form has been hit-and-miss but they have found the back of the net in 10 of their 12 home games so far this season.

Friday 8pm: Wolves v Leeds
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The key to Wolves’ chance of getting a positive result tonight will be their star trio of Ruben Neves, Pedro Neto and Joao Moutinho and the fact that all three players have scored lately will mean that Wolves can be expected to score at least one goal here. The same can be expected of Leeds, who head into tonight’s fixture as the joint-fifth top goalscorers in the Premier League.

Three wins in their last five league games has proven their determination to hold their own at the top level and its worth noting their efforts away from Elland Road. They’ve scored in nine of their last ten games on the road, which includes places like Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge and The Emirates.

In their last five away games they’ve scored a least two goals, as well. Patrick Bamford is their obvious target man, with 12 goals to his name, but with Raphinha now showing his true worth, and midfielder Jack Harrison chipping in with recent goals too, Leeds will also be expected to find the net at some stage this evening and therefore Both Teams To Score.

8pm: Brest v Lyon – Both Teams To Score

If history is anything to go by, goals should be a formality when Lyon travel to the west coast of France to take on Brest later tonight. Four times in the last decade have the sides met at the Stade Francis-Le Ble and on each occasion, both teams found the target on at least one occasion.

And that’s not to mention the 2-2 draw between the sides in Lyon in December. Brest have already assured themselves of Ligue 1 football next season with a solid campaign so far and they head into tonight’s clash on a four-game unbeaten run in all competitions, which includes two victories on home soil.

Their form at their west-France base has been excellent and one of league leaders Lille’s two defeats this season came away to Brest back in November. Just once in 12 home games have Brest failed to score and in nine of those games, they managed to find the net on at least two occasions.

Friday 8pm: Brest v Lyon

So, Brest continuing that fine run of scoring should be straight forward tonight. As for Lyon, the were the form team in France until their surprising 2-1 defeat to Montpellier last week, a game in which they largely dominated.

Lyon’s overall form has put them very much in with a chance of Ligue 1 title honours, as they sit just three points behind Lille, and its been their away form which has contributed greatly to their excellent season. Not since early September have they been beaten on the road and in that time, they have scored in 11 consecutive games away from home too.

And with Memphis Depay hot on the heels of Kylian Mbappe in the top goal scoring charts, he’ll be gunning for the Brest net whenever he gets a sight on goal. Expect Both Teams to Score here as well.

Rob’s BTTS acca on Friday night

7.30pm: Arminia Bielefeld v Wolfsburg – Both Teams To Score
7.45pm: Cagliari v Torino – Both Teams to Score
8pm: Wolves v Leeds – Both Teams To Score
8pm: Brest v Lyon – Both Teams To Score

These selections in an acca-insured four fold will give you odds of around 7/1 with Paddy Power.


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