The Daily Acca: Goals galore this Friday night

Ipswich manager - Paul Lambert
Paul Lambert needs to improve his team's defence
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There was a winner in Brazil for Paul Robinson last night and he's aiming to follow it up with another success across Europe this evening. Here are his selections:

- Back BTTS in Ipswich v West Brom @ 20/23
- Back BTTS in Lyon v Saint-Etienne @ 4/7
- Back BTTS in Leganes v Alaves @ 6/5

The Acca pays approximately 11/2

More goals for improving Ipswich

Bet 1: Back BTTS in Ipswich v West Brom @ 20/23 - KO 19:45 GMT

Paul Lambert faces his toughest test yet since his arrival at Portman Road, but the team has improved under his tenure. They have drawn both of their games, with both teams scoring in each of them.

West Brom ended a poor run of form by thumping Leeds 4-1 at the Hawthorns. It was a much-needed result following a return of just one point from four games.

The Baggies have fired back to back blanks on the road, but prior to that they had been free-scoring away from home. They will certainly fancy their chances of finding the net against an Ipswich side who have kept just one clean sheet at home this term.

Goals to flow in France

Bet 2: Back BTTS in Lyon v Saint-Etienne @ 4/7 - KO 20:00 GMT

It's fourth versus fifth in Ligue One and I'm backing goals at both ends.

The hosts are on a run of five for this selection and have kept just one clean sheet in their last five home league outings.

The visitors went into the international break on the back of two victories. They beat Angers 4-3 and Reims 2-0, but they were both at home and they have won just once on their travels this year.

Scoring goals hasn't been too much of an issue for them however as they have recently netted at Toulouse, Lille and Nimes, and both teams to score backers collected on all three occasions.

Entertainment on the cards in La Liga

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Leganes v Alaves @ 6/5 - KO 20:00 GMT

Over to Spain now as the third from bottom, Leganes take on the fourth placed, Alaves, and I have to believe that 6/5 is a bit too big for both teams to score.

Leganes could do with a result having gone four without a win, however it is worth noting that they drew three times during that run.

Alaves on the other hand have been flying this season and they come into the game having won four of their last five.

The visitors have scored at least once in each of their last five away games - keeping just the two clean sheets - and the hosts have only failed to find the net on one occasion on this ground this term.

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P/L: -47.29pts

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