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Eight Must Win Both teams to score (BTTS) Matches To Place This Sunday & Earn Huge Returns

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The following teams have been well Analysed and it is time for you to place your stake and earn Big in today matches

Blackpool vs Bristol City

There are no lossess for Blackpool in eighteen of their most recent twenty games (all competitions). Blackpool have seen Under 2.5 match goals in their last three home games in all competitions. A goalless streak consisting of four matches has marked the all competitions campaign of Bristol Rovers. Bristol Rovers are on a poor run of just five wins in thirty five matches (all competitions). Bristol Rovers have been defeated in their last four matches in all competitions

Predictions: Under 2.5 match goals

Charlton Athletic vs Hull City

Charlton Athletic's performance has been disappointing of late, as they have won just two of their fourteen most recent home League One clashes. In their last thirteen games in League One, Charlton Athletic have been undefeated on fourteen occasions. No defeats can be found in Hull City's fourteen most recent games in all competitions. In their last twenty two games in all competitions, Hull City have been undefeated on ninenteen occasions

Predictions: Both teams to score and 1-3 correct Score

Crew Alexandra vs Shrewsbury

Crewe Alexandra have achieved just one wins of their last seven home League One games. Shrewsbury's form hasn't been good, as the team has won only one of their last seven matches (all competitions)

Predictions: Both teams to score

Gillingham vs Plymouth Argyle

Gillingham have won only one of their last six all competitions matches. In their last twenty two away games in League One, Plymouth Argyle have recorded only three wins

Predictions: Both teams to scorePlease remember to comment and share, thank you early in advance

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