Following a remarkable 32/1 victory for Betfair in the previous week, EFL expert George Elek from NTT20 is back with another exciting Both Teams To Score (BTTS) accumulator.
Ipswich Town vs. Leeds United – Kickoff 15:00
Ipswich Town has started the season strong, sitting at the top of the table with a perfect record. Kieran McKenna’s coaching has infused an effective transition-based attacking strategy. They’ve netted goals in 17 consecutive home league games. Facing a Leeds United team that’s still finding their rhythm and best lineup, Ipswich’s offensive prowess is likely to shine. While Ipswich should breach Leeds’ defense, it’s worth noting that Leeds could also trouble Ipswich’s back-line, especially if Willy Gnonto and Luis Sinistierra return as anticipated.
Huddersfield Town vs. Norwich City – Kickoff 15:00
Five out of six league matches between Huddersfield and Norwich have witnessed both teams finding the net. Huddersfield’s only goalless match was against Leicester, despite creating several opportunities. Norwich, under David Wagner, has showcased an entertaining style, scoring nine goals and conceding six in three games. With the in-form Jon Rowe consistently finding the net, this match promises to be end-to-end and action-packed.
Oxford United vs. Charlton Athletic – Kickoff 15:00
Oxford United, under Liam Manning, excels against counter-attacking opportunities, thanks to the pace and athleticism of their players. Charlton, managed by Dean Holden, tends to favor an attacking approach, making it unlikely they’ll play defensively. Both teams have conceded only one clean sheet each this season, hinting at a high-scoring encounter.
Mansfield Town vs. Stockport County – Kickoff 15:00
Mansfield Town and Stockport County are the top two League Two teams for generating goalscoring opportunities. Their tactical clarity and player compatibility contribute to their ability to create chances. While Mansfield’s technical midfielders can construct plays, Stockport’s Louie Barry’s recent goal hints at more goals to come.
Swindon Town vs. Crawley Town – Kickoff 15:00
Swindon’s recent matches have been thrilling, epitomized by a 5-5 draw after squandering a 5-3 lead. Crawley, the EFL’s surprise this season, has secured seven points in four games, outperforming expectations. Crawley’s attacking style combined with Swindon’s consistent BTTS track record makes this a prime candidate for both teams to score again.
Gillingham vs. Colchester United – Kickoff 15:00
Despite Gillingham’s clean sheet record, Colchester United’s attacking prowess can’t be ignored. Gillingham should score at home against a Colchester team that has conceded nine goals in four games. With players like Joe Taylor and Jayden Fevrier excelling in attack, Colchester will likely break Gillingham’s defensive streak.
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