Sunday may be the day of rest, but while there’s a list of football fixtures, there’s always a both teams to score opportunity- and I’m not one to pass that up!
I’ve spent Saturday morning studying the form and stats, and I’m pleased with my findings. Here is my BTTS treble for Sunday’s games:
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ADO Den Haag v Heerenveen 1.30pm
8th play 13th here, and there’s just 5 points separating the teams in the league, but everything about this game points to goals.
ADO draw too many games at home, 5 of their 11 played to be exact – keeping just 2 clean sheets in league games. With just one shut out in their last 5 at home, I’m confident Heerenveen will score – the visitors, despite their lowly league position have scored in each of their last 11 games on their travels which bodes very well for both teams to score.
ADO won the reverse fixture 3-1 back in September, and everything suggests that there will be a few goals in this game, neither team defends particularly well but are capable in an attacking sense.
Huddersfield v Wigan 3.55pm
The Terriers will have their work cut out to win this game, but don’t be surprised if they make things extremely hard for Premier League Wigan.
The visitors required a replay to conquer League 1 Bournemouth after an initial 1-1 draw, and Huddersfield will be well up for this match after defeating Leicester in their replay played just a few days ago.
Wigan have tinkered with their side for this competition, but they’ve got to we wary of Huddersfield- they have a history of making big clubs work for their win.
I’m predicting a 2-2 draw here so my money has to be on both teams scoring.
Hoffenheim v Stuttgart 4.30pm
A battle from the lower echelons of the German Bundesliga here with 16th taking on 14th. Hoffenheim really need to start pulling themselves together if they are to steer clear of relegation- as it stands they are just 1 point clear form the dreaded drop zone.
Hoffenheim do, however, hit the net regularly at home. In fact 7 of their last 8 games have seen them score and concede, the only blot on the copy book being a 0-0 draw with Gladbach towards the end of January.
Stuttgart’s away form has tailed off recently with just 3 points form their last 15 available on the road, but they are a better side than Hoffenheim and should get on the scoresheet at least once here. As mentioned, the home side are always good for a goal at home, and with both teams scoring in their last 3 meetings in this identical fixture I predict a pretty open and flowing game.