This weekend’s both teams to score treble involves six teams that have all been in good scoring form this term, and we’re hopeful that they’ll land us a winner at odds of over 7/2.
We’ve had bigger winners, but this treble would still signal a great way to end the month in style. So good luck!
Rochdale v Huddersfield Town
It’s FA Cup weekend, and there’s a good chance that we should see one or two upsets along the way. League One side Rochdale will be one of those hopeful of claiming a scalp, and they could well have a chance at the Crown Oil Arena.
Keith Hill’s side have been very consistent at home this term, scoring 28 times in 14 league games. They’ll be determined to bounce back after last weekend’s disappointing 4-0 defeat to Oxford too, which could make them an even more dangerous proposition.
Ian Henderson and co. are certainly capable of causing problems for the visitors. Nevertheless, this is a step up in class, and Huddersfield’s quality should show too. The Championship club are aiming for promotion themselves, and boast six away wins at a higher level. While David Wagner’s men aren’t the most frequent scorers on the road, they will be expected to find the target.
Do not be surprised if a score draw results in a replay.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11 with Coral
Carlisle United v Barnet
While form has been a little inconsistent for Carlisle since Christmas, the Cumbrians remain on track for automatic promotion and can give their hopes a major boost with three big points on Saturday. Having said that, Keith Curle’s men shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way against a strong Barnet side.
Keith Curle’s hosts have been brilliant at home, winning eight and losing just one of their 13 League Two matches at Brunton Park. Moreover, a return of 26 goals scored should leave them in confident spirits, especially as the Bees have shipped 19 on their travels.
Rossi Eames has inspired positive change since becoming interim manager at the Hive, though. Besides, with John Akinde among their ranks, they’ve always got a chance of adding to their 21 away goals.
We’d still edge toward a win for the hosts, but the smarter money has to be on goals.
BTTS Yes @ 6/10 with Coral
Solihull Moors v Maidstone United
Down in the National League, Solihull and Maidstone are still both in need of points as they look to drag themselves away from the relegation zone. It’s certainly a winnable fixture for either side too, which is why we think it’ll be one that provides goals.
Damson Park has offered bags of entertainment this term, with the hosts scoring 22 of the 46 goals scored in just 13 matches. Given that Maidstone have leaked 24 on the road, manager Liam McDonald can be confident about seeing Omari Sterling-James and co. fire his side to another precious three points.
With just one point separating them from the drop zone, the visitors are in even greater need of a positive result. While they aren’t brilliant on the road, they have won on four occasions and boast a tally of 16 goals. Frankly, attack will be their best form of defence once more.
The reverse fixture ended 4-2 to Solihull. Whether it’s quite as dramatic or not this time, both teams should find the target once more.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6 with Coral
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