Premier League football is back, it’s Friday, and the weekend is almost here! Read on to find our very own ‘both teams to score’ selections for Friday.
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Both Teams To Score Tips
- Crystal Palace vs Arsenal: YES @ 10/11 on bet365
- Birmingham vs Huddersfield: NO @ 8/11 on bet365
- Eintracht Frankfurt vs Bayern Munich: YES @ 1/2 on bet365
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BTTS Tips for Friday
Crystal Palace vs Arsenal: YES @ 10/11 on bet365
Kicking things off on this wonderful Friday we have the opening game of the 2022/23 season as Crystal Palace host Arsenal.
The Eagles stormed to a commanding 3-0 victory in the repeat of this fixture last year, but the Gunners have been busy once again in the transfer window, and we think this will translate into a much closer tie this time around.
Eight of the last 10 meetings between these two have seen both see the net bulge, including a fascinating 2-2 draw at the Emirates in October of last year.
Birmingham vs Huddersfield: NO @ 8/11 on bet365
Next we move down a tier to the Championship as Birmingham host last year’s play-off finalists Huddersfield on match day two.
Both sides endured difficult opening fixtures, with Huddersfield losing out to newly-promoted Burnley 1-0, while the Blues were held to goalless draw at Luton.
Neither of these sides went forward with any real conviction last week, and this clash is likely to be a cagey, low-scoring affair; there has been BTTS NO in the last two meetings.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Bayern Munich: YES @ 1/2 on bet365
Lastly, we take a trip to Germany for the opening day of the Bundesliga, as last year’s Europa League champions host league winners Bayern Munich.
Despite the champions storming to their 10th league title last campaign, Frankfurt have been one of their bogey teams in recent history having won two of the last three meetings.
Of these three games, two saw both teams get on the scoresheet and we are expecting an entertaining opener here.