BTTS is one of the most popular bets around and we’ve put together a fourfold for Wednesday night’s action across the Champions League and the Championship that is currently priced up at just shy of 12/1 at 11.88/1…

Benfica vs PSG – BTTS – Yes at 1/2

Middlesbrough vs Birmingham City – BTTS – Yes at Evens

Preston North End vs West Brom – BTTS – Yes at 10/11

Sevilla vs Borussia Dortmund – BTTS – No at 5/4

We start out with the shortest priced selection of the four where the home side failed to hit the back of the net at the weekend for the first time in 13 games. That wouldn’t concern me too much as they’ve scored 19 times in eight games in the league. They also went to Italy and beat Juventus 2-1 last time out in the Champions League in a dominating performance. When it comes to PSG, with all that attacking talent that they process, you have to think they will score in pretty much every game they play, no matter the opposition. Christophe Galtier’s side have scored in every game so far in the 22/23 season. I wouldn’t bet against that continuing at the Estadio de Luz on Wednesday night.

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Next up we go to a gut feel pick up in the North East. Middlesbrough parted ways with gaffer Chris Wilder earlier in the week and teams often put in a performance the game after a manager has been culled. Birmingham have scored in three straight away games so I think bulking up this fourfold by adding this game is a prudent move.

Preston have the lowest BTTS percentage in the Championship with just one game this season seeing this bet come in. On the other side of the ledger, West Brom have the highest rate of BTTS with ten of their 11 games seeing both teams hitting the back of the net, so something has got to give. The home side are impressive defensively having conceded just four goals but West Brom have scored 17 and let the same amount in at the other end. The question here is do you believe in Preston keeping it tight or West Brom opening it up more? I like the Baggies to score and concede more than the Lilywhites to fail to do so.

The final selection in this fourfold is a No in the BTTS market as I think either Sevilla or Borussia Dortmund will fail to hit the back of the net on Wednesday night. Julen Lopetegui is rumoured to be on the verge of being fired at Sevilla having overseen a poor start to the season. They have only scored twice in their previous six games so are not exactly prolific. The home side are also yet to score in the Champions League. As for the visitors, BTTS has come in in their previous two games but before that, they went on a five-game streak where No was the winning bet. I’m leaning towards the 5/4 price to round off this acca.

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