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The Long Haul: Week-long BTTS tip with 71/1 accumulator
Aaron Rogan
Aaron Rogan
February 26, 2023
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Before becoming a Sports Journalist for Free Super Tips, Aaron spent three years studying Sports Journalism at the University of Sunderland while taking in the Black Cats' 'glory years' under Martin O'Neill. Now back in Northern Ireland he turns niche stats into predictions for FST, while he's one of the few people on this island who is equally comfortable at Windsor Park and the Aviva.

The Champions League and Europa League take a break this week, as the dust settles from the first knockout clashes of the year. In their place comes action from domestic cups both domestically and in Europe, including an El Clasico showdown in Spain.

We’ll have coverage of all the best action over on our match predictions page, but I’ve put together a week-long both teams to score accumulator featuring some of next week’s biggest games. Read on for our day-by-day both teams to score tips, while you can back the huge 71/1 seven-fold below.

Both Teams to Score Long Haul Accumulator

Monday – Villarreal vs Getafe

Villarreal’s season is unravelling ahead of Monday’s clash with Getafe, with last season’s Champions League semi-finalists slipping to ninth in La Liga following four straight defeats. They were beaten 4-2 at Mallorca in their last game, meaning they’ve now shipped nine goals across their last four.

The Yellow Submarine have conceded in 10 of their 11 games since the World Cup break, with Getafe visiting having scored in seven of their last nine away trips. The away side have conceded in each of their last four league trips, so back both teams to score at la Ceramica.

Tuesday – Leicester vs Blackburn Rovers

Leicester have drawn blanks in each of their last two games, but those clashes were against two of the Premier League’s top three. The Foxes remain unreliable at the back, having conceded in seven of their last eight matches.

They host a Blackburn side who are full of confidence after putting together an unbeaten run in the Championship, with the visitors scoring in five successive games. They can find a way past Leicester’s vulnerable defence, but it’s hard to see the Ewood Park side adding to the single clean sheet they’ve managed across their last six away.

Wednesday – Arsenal vs Everton

Everton haven’t been the most reliable attacking unit in the Premier League, but they take on an Arsenal backline which has been surprisingly poor despite their achievements this term. The Gunners have managed just two home clean sheets in the league this term, with 61% of their goals against coming at the Emirates.

The hosts have kept one clean sheet in their last seven games, a run which includes a loss at Goodison Park. However, only Newcastle have managed to keep a clean sheet away to Arsenal and Everton have conceded in all but one of their away trips, so this clash looks good for goals.

Thursday – Real Madrid vs Barcelona

The top two in La Liga are battling it out for silverware in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final on Thursday night. While hosts Real trail Barca by seven points in the league, they head into this clash in stellar form. Real have won five of their last six games, scoring 21 times.

However, Real have continued to struggle at the back and 73% of their home games in La Liga have seen both teams score, including a 3-1 win over Barcelona. The pair have scored over 90 goals between them in the league this term, so back them to each find the net at the Bernabeu.

Friday – Borussia Dortmund vs RB Leipzig

The big games continue on Friday, as Dortmund look to continue their Bundesliga title push. They’re level on points with Bayern Munich at the summit after making a perfect start to 2023, but fourth-placed Leipzig will prove to be tricky opponents for Germany’s form team.

Leipzig have scored six goals across their last three, while they’ve scored in eight of their 11 away trips in the league this season. Five of the last six meetings between these two sides have seen both teams score, so expect entertainment in the opening game of this weekend’s Bundesliga action.

Saturday – Brighton vs West Ham

After claiming a much-needed 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest last week, West Ham will be hoping to maintain that scoring touch at Brighton. Danny Ings opened the floodgates for the Hammers and he’s a player who tends to score in bunches, so expect them to trouble a Brighton side who have kept two clean sheets in 12 league games.

The Seagulls have scored in six of their last seven at home in all competitions and they meet a West Ham side who boast a single clean sheet away from home in the Premier League this term.

Sunday – Bayer Leverkusen vs Hertha Berlin

We return to the Bundesliga to round off the week, as Bayer Leverkusen have been Europe’s go-to side for entertainment in recent weeks. They saw both teams score in their fifth game in succession with Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Freiburg, while Bayer are out to bounce back after consecutive 3-2 defeats at home.

The hosts have a great chance to turn things around, as Hertha have lost their last six league trips. The visitors have conceded 21 times across their 10 away games in the Bundesliga this term, so they look vulnerable going into this clash. To their credit, Hertha have scored in seven of those matches and they should expect to breach a Bayer defence that has shipped 13 goals across their last seven outings.

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