I have identified two matches in Norway which have cracking BTTS possible, the first being Stabaek v Valerenga. Just half of the hosts’ home games have seen both teams score, however, a whopping 75 percent of all of Valerenga’s games console have resulted in exactly the same outcome — the joint-highest percentage in the league. Stabaek have kept just two home clean sheets each season, while 18 targets have flown in at either end in Valerenga’s past four on the road. Kristiansund BK v Bodo Glimt could be carnage. The off side have a 71 percent BTTS -rate on the street scoring 15 and conceding 18 within their seven off games. It is amazing that a side-by-side place, who have played fewer away games than everyone else, possess the third-worst defence and also second-best attack. Kristiansund have scored two in their last four at home, therefore I’ll be absolutely amazed if either side keeps a fresh sheet here. Moving away from Norway, I’ve Liverpool beating Chelsea having a -1 disability in the UEFA Super Cup. Chelsea did reveal glimpses of promise against Manchester United during their 4-0 defeat, even although I had been very concerned by the way they defended, and if they don’t tighten quickly, Liverpool will have a field day. I thought Jurgen Klopp’s guys performed very well against Manchester City at the Community Shield, before their regular demolition of Norwich at Anfield. The quality difference between the two sides is larger than it’s been in many, many years, and 17/10 looks a very good price to get a goal-happy Liverpool aspect to beat Frank Lampard’s inexperienced Blues with two goals or more.