The BTTS & Win coupon is undoubtedly one that can offer big wins with minimal selections, and our 59/1 treble will hopefully prove that on Saturday.
We’ve picked three teams to all win their respective weekend league matches. We will need each of the losing teams to grab a goal too but, with the chance to turn £10 into £600, it has to be worth a punt.
Manchester City v Everton
The international break probably couldn’t have come at a better time for Pep Guardiola’s Citizens, and the league leaders have now had plenty of time to get the loss at Spurs out of their system. They’ll be fully expected to bounce back in style during the visit of Everton, but they might not have things all their own way at the Etihad.
After all, Ronald Koeman’s have enjoyed an exceptional start to the campaign themselves, picking up 14 points from a possible 21. The Toffees have also scored five times in just three away games, and can be quietly confident about punishing a home defence that has looked vulnerable at times.
Nevertheless, it’s hard to overlook a team that has dominated in its home games. A return of nine goals in three games would suggest that the likes of Sergio Aguero and David Silva can inspire the hosts to another win – even if they do concede in the process.
The last meeting between these sides, in last year’s League Cup semi-final, the Citizens won 3-1. While there have been mass changes at both clubs since January, a repeat scoreline could well be on the cards here.
BTTS & Manchester City win @ 7/4 with Coral
Fleetwood Town v Peterborough United
When it comes to BTTS selections, Peterborough United have been a firm favourite for several years, and their start to 2016-17 has underlined those reasons once again. And as they make the trip to Highbury on the back of four straight BTTS winners, we have no reason to think the goals will dry up.
Fleetwood have provided bags of entertainment for the neutral themselves, scoring 10 while conceding nine from their six home matches this season. In fact, Uwe Rosler has seen his side register five straight BTTS winners in the league, and will be hopeful that David Ball and co. can maintain their record of scoring in every league outing this season.
The hosts will be concerned by the fact they’ve not won any of those last five matches, however, especially as the visitors are unbeaten in four and picked up a confident 3-1 win against Bury last weekend. If Peterborough create the chances, they have more than enough quality to take them.
Both teams will fancy their chances of goals and we expect them to provide another entertaining contest. On this occasion, though, we have to fancy the visitors.
BTTS & Peterborough United win @ 16/5 with Coral
Yeovil Town v Newport County
In League Two, Darren Way’s Yeovil will be relatively happy with their current league position, and will be confident about avoiding the relegation dogfight in 2016-17. Three points on Saturday would go a long way to helping their cause, and a home game against Newport is the ideal opportunity.
The visitors are now 10 competitive games without a win and sit bottom of the league. They’ve only conceded seven in six matches on the row, but Yeovil have notched eight home goals and can be confident about extending that tally in style.
Graham Westley’s cisitors will be under no illusions, and know that they need to be positive in their bid to end their current woes. They have enough experience and attacking quality to cause a few problems, but their defensive issues could be their downfall once more.
We’re backing the visitors to score. Unfortunately for the travelling fans, we’re not sure if that will let them avoid another defeat.
BTTS & Yeovil Town win @ 21/5 with Coral
A £10 treble pays £600.60 with Coral