Saturday 3PM BTTS Acca

Lots of BTTS possible this Saturday, with my very first pick at Oakwell, in which Barnsley welcome Charlton.
I have been impressed by Charlton this season — that the pre-season favourites for relegation, the guys of Lee Bowyer have beaten Stoke 2-1 and Blackburn and 3-1 respectively, also it is possible to be sure sides will sit up and take note.
As the Tykes , they have not lost a home league game since March 2018, for, and I anticipate the net to be found by that the Addicks if they perhaps should win on Saturday. ??????????
Luton v West Brom could be great fun. Nine goals have been scored at either end in the Hatters starting two matches (with the two teams scoring in each), and I do not anticipate lots of their games will observe lots of shut-outs.
The Baggies seem like the perfect opponents for this one to property. Last season they scored lots and conceded plenty, and judging by their own exploits against Nottingham Forest and Millwall (both groups also scoring in each), I am very confident we can see plenty of targets.
Last season in League One, 61% of Burtons matches saw both teams score, and now that I expect a similar storyline this time around. Though Rotherham are probably the superior team, Lincoln last weekend showed the Millers are usually susceptible at the trunk, particularly from balls to the box, which should play to the Brewers handson.
We have seen both teams score at the previous two meetings between the sides, and it appears likely both outfits may have joy before goal.
The pick is Carlisle v Mansfield.
Mansfield seem all over the area at the back. The Stags defence was fantastic last year, but beneath John Dempster theyve fought, devoting twice in each of the last 3 games.
Add to the the eight goals scored in the last two league matches involving Carlisle–followed by the 3 objectives Barnsley was stuck on by them from the Carabao Cup–and you have a excellent BTTS potential.
Mansfield are still a fantastic side, therefore I think they will dent, but its hard to imagine they closed out the hosts.

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