BTTS Acca is currently 3/4 – with just Inter-Atalanta to go. We also have a 4 fold accumulator that has not begun yet, all games today. However, outside of that we have 4 games that did not quite make our final 10 in the Preview – and as an Acca pays 30/1:
1. Sporting Lisbon B Draw No Bet @ Evens vs Aves
Aves have not won in over 5 home games, with the majority drawing mixed in with a couple of losses. Lisbon B have won their last 3 games, and won 3/5 away from home – as well as winning 3-0 in their last meet early this season. DNB represents a bit of a safety net.
2. Zaragoza @ 11/8 vs Sabadell
Sabadell are bottom of the league, with many many losses. Zaragoza sit in the top 6, and are in excellent form. Their away form is not brilliant, but Sabadell have conceded 9 in their last 3 and if their home form carries over, or even they have a little luck after playing some tough opposition, they should win.
3. Betis @ 11/8 vs Albacete
Betis are unbeaten in their last 5 away games. Albacete are in a good patch of home form with a 3 wins from 5. Betis have conceded just two in those 5 games (3 wins, 2 draws). Fancy a narrow win for them.
4. Adana Demirspor @ 8/5 vs Alanyaspor
Demirspor are in amazing form away from home. 4 wins and a loss from their last 5. Alanyaspor have lost 2 of their last 5 home games, and their record against Adana is pretty poor. Demirspor have won 3-1 twice, and 4-2 in the last 5 meetings
If you want something a little less risky – take Zaragoza and Demirspor from that for a 5.2/1 double!
A risky but good value double is as follows:
1. Sampdoria Win + BTTS @ 5/1
Playing a poor Chievo side that they have beaten in several of their last 5 meetings. The last two games have ended 2-1 to Sampdoria, who sit in the top 6, with Chievo hovering above the relegation zone and have lost 3 of their last 5.
2. Adana Demirspor Win + BTTS @ 4/1
As mentioned, they usually win against Alayaspor – but always both teams score. At least the last 5 games both have scored, with Adana winning 3.
That double pays 29/1! Like mentioned a little risky, but it has statistical evidence behind it, and that helps.
The likes of Lyon and Rijeka were tempting – the former are playing Lorient, who are in great form at home. Rijeka on the other hand are playing their first game back after the winter break, but have lost top scorer Kramaric to Leicester – so could struggle as I’m not sure if they replaced him and his many goals. Sunderland-Bradford were in my thoughts but I think my point of avoiding cup games should remain.
Best of luck