I’ve got three very BTTS.
To start, it’s Cardiff v QPR. The Bluebirds are unbeaten in six (drawing ), even though they’ve only kept two clean sheets this season, which will be most unlike a Neil Warnock side.
They face a QPR outfit who have been impressive thus far, also you’d need to say they have a possibility on Wednesday — scoring six times along the way — with three off wins out of four.
QPR have now scored and conceded this season to 14 days –finding themselves so as they head to South Wales BTTS seems a really good potential.
There action when Luton Town are concerned, and a BTTS potential may be proven by their clash with Millwall.
Both teams have played in seven of the Hatters’ nine league games going although Millwall have found the internet from Middlesbrough West Brom and Huddersfield across the street this season while conceding in all five off games.
I cannot see Luton keeping a clean sheet, but using the Lions’ defence brick wall the two teams scoring is certainly the outcome at Kenilworth Road.
V Derby is the next and final BTTS choice of this treble.
The Rams look like the other side of maintaining clean sheets incapable: Kelle Roos has sent aims in one match this season, although encouragingly, only Brentford and Swansea have shut Derby out in the other end.
Barnsley are on a complete horror-run since their opening day victory over Fulham, but they caused opponents problems at Oakwell, while they have failed away from home.
Considering that the Fulham win, Barnsley have scored dwelling aims from Charlton, Luton and Brentford (while also devoting every time), so you need to imagine they’ll have their opportunities against Derby. The problem is currently keeping the ball out of their own net.
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