The international break is over and we’re looking to celebrate the return of a full schedule in style with this BTTS treble.
We’ve selected six teams to all find the target on Saturday afternoon, with the accumulator paying out at just under 9/2. It looks good on paper; with a little bit of luck, we should be celebrating a weekend boom.
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Norwich City V AFC Bournemouth
Premier League new boys Norwich and Bournemouth will both enter Saturday’s clash at Carrow Road in high spirits, and they’ll each be eager to seal some vital early season points. If it’s anything like last season’s Championship matches, we should be in for an afternoon of drama.
Both of last season’s encounters ended in BTTS winners. Meanwhile, both of Norwich’s two home games in 2015/16 have seen goals at either end too. We don’t think the goals will be drying up here.
After all, Bournemouth’s last away game was the incredible 4-3 win at West Ham, so Eddie Howe’s men will be confident. With Callum Wilson scoring goals for fun, the Cherries have no reason to fear the Canaries.
Nonetheless, Nathan Redmond, Cameron Jerome and co are all capable of impressing the home fans too. It would be a surprise if Alex Neil’s men don’t score too.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11
Yeovil Town V AFC Wimbledon
It’s been a disappointing start to the season for Paul Sturrock’s Glovers as they currently sit in the League Two relegation zone, and they’ll be desperate to seal some vital points as they welcome Wimbledon to Huish Park. Unfortunately, it might not be too easy for the hosts.
Yeovil have looked poor at the back, leaking 13 goals in six games thus far. They’re set for another long afternoon as they look to contain the likes of Tom Elliot and Adebayo Akinfenwa. On a brighter note, they have scored in each of their past three competitive home games.
Furthermore, Wimbledon are yet to keep a clean sheet this term. However, Neil Ardley’s men have scored in six straight competitive fixtures and should be fancied to find the target again here.
Both teams are doing OK going forward, but can’t seem to defend. Surely that has to be a recipe for drama?
BTTS Yes @ 5/6
Welling United V Torquay United
The Conference has been packed with goals during the opening weeks of the new season, and Torquay United have certainly offered great value for the neutrals. We’re anticipating another eventful afternoon as they make the trip to lowly Welling.
Paul Cox’s men have scored eight and conceded 10 in just four away games so far, with all of those ending in BTTS winners. They should be confident against a newly promoted side that sit in the relegation zone, and we’d be surprised to see them fire a blanket Park View Road.
On the other hand, Welling have scored in each of their four home games this term and won’t be frightened ahead of this one. Loui Fazakerley’s men do have some decent attacking players and can cause problems to the leaky away defence.
Nevertheless, Welling haven’t kept a clean sheet since the opening day. It seems unlikely to change against Torquay. Back both teams to score.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11
A £10 treble pays £54.70