Cheltenham v Everton

Both Teams to Score has landed in the last 17 consecutive Everton games.  They are having a promising Premier League campaign so far and with a tough game against Swansea City on Saturday Moyes maybe tempted to rest a few key players for tonight’s trip to Cheltenham.  Cheltenham are in decent form themselves of late unbeaten in eight home games winning six of these so can be relied on to at least notch a goal.

Recommended Bet

2 pts BTTS Cheltenham v Everton 2.0 @BetfairSports

More info to back up our selection tonight from @SportingbetMark

Cheltenham hold League Two’s best home record (unbeaten) & best home defence but can’t find a solid reason to install faith in them tonight.  Instead, I’ll back BTTS. Everton kept just 1/12 clean sheets (at Swansea in September). While Cheltenham have scored in 15/16 home games.


Posted on January 7, 2013, in Sports Betting and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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