Wednesday Football League BTTS Acca

Let us get stuck into a BTTS activity.
Charlton v Nottingham Forest is my first choice. The Addicks have amazed many people this year with their excellent start to proceedings, but using both teams scoring in each of the league games so far, this is certainly a fixture with amazing promise.
The simple fact that Forest was able to find the net against Leeds at Elland Road reveals they’ve certainly got plenty of goalscoring ability, but I am not convinced they will keep a Charlton side that have scored seven days in their three league games.
Though one of Preston’s three league games have found both teams score this season, I am backing their battle with Stoke in Deepdale to be blank sheet-free.
Alex Neil’s guys are among the streakier outfits at the branch, who last season boasted a huge 65% BTTS-rate at home, and while they’ve goals in these , Declan Rudd is certainly not one of the more protected goalkeepers in the division.
As for Stoke, their three games have seen both groups score this year, and while Nathan Jones’ guys are more adventurous than last time round, they look a bit of a shambles in the trunk — conceding seven goals already.
I have a feeling Swansea is going to be great fun this season under Steve Cooper, and their trip to Loftus Road should finally give a few objectives.
Despite a 0-0 draw with Derby a couple of weeks before, Swansea have five league goals this season, and seem to keep Graham Potter’s philosophy of exciting, attacking soccer.
That’ll obviously result in targets flying in at both ends, as well as QPR seeing both teams score in three of the past four–like the 3-3 home draw with Bristol City in the Carabao Cup–there should be a good prospect of a favorable outcome.

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