Pete Nordsted: Two tips from the Both Teams to Score market

After a double last weekend, Pete Nordsted is looking for another two winning tips for his system bet backing “No” in the Both Teams to Score market

Well we certainly bounced back in style last weekend when a nice double was landed with only one side finding the net in both the West Ham and Manchester City matches.

Here we are following a system bet and you are advised to keep stakes reasonable and always try and obtain the best price available.

This weekend we have a selection from the Premier League with Liverpool taking on West Ham and a selection from the Bundesliga in a clash of two promoted sides when Braunschweig face Hertha Berlin.

Brendan Rodgers will have been very disappointed to see his Liverpool side drop three points last weekend against Hull and after comprehensively beating Norwich 5-1 on Wednesday night, the Reds will look to carry on their winning ways with the visit of West Ham.

When facing teams of the Hammers’ grading Liverpool boast a strong record that reads won seven, drawn two and lost one.

So here you would expect a comfortable afternoon for the Merseysiders. However, away from home Sam Allardyce’s side can be a hard team to break down and when facing teams of Liverpool’s stature their record reads a fairly resilient won one, drawn five and lost four.

Interestingly, three of West Ham’s draws were 0-0 and both teams did not find the net in seven of the 10 matches. In the case of the Reds, eight of the 10 matches saw the “No” selection land in the Both Teams to Score market.

Here the “NO” selection can be backed at Even money (2.00) and this offers some decent value.

For our second match we head over to the Bundesliga where bottom of the table Braunschweig face fellow promoted side Hertha Berlin.

The Bundesliga newcomers Braunschweig have made a very poor start to the season and have only won one of their opening seven home games and both teams have found the net in only two of these matches.

Promoted Berlin have made a far more positive start to the season and are currently lying in seventh place.

When facing the bottom sides, both teams have not scored in seven of the Berliner’s last nine away games and here the “NO” selection on Both Teams to Score can be backed at a value looking 11/10 (2.10) .

West Ham v Liverpool
Braunschweig v Hertha Berlin

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