Christmas is just a fortnight away, so how do you fancy turning £10 into over £650? Well, that’s exactly what we’re looking to do with this huge treble on the BTTS & Win market.
Essentially, we’re looking for these three Football League sides to all claim crucial victories ahead of the busy festive schedule. However, we do think the three losing sides will at least have something to cheer as were backing all three games to end in BTTS winners too.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed for the huge win.
Peterborough United V Shrewsbury Town
Goals have been an all too regular theme at London Road this term, with Posh scoring 23 and conceding 18 from their 10 home matches so far. We can’t see that drama dying down as they take on Shrewsbury in what should be a thrilling League One battle.
Peterborough should be particularly confident given their recent form. Graham Westley’s men have won six straight matches in all competitions and are now sitting comfortably in the play-off zone. Quite frankly, they should have no problem beating a Shrews team that has conceded 16 on the road and sits precariously just above the drop zone.
The visitors have at least scored 12 goals on the road while the goals of Jamie Collins and Sullay Kaikai should give them every hope of scoring. Unfortunately, they could need several to seal a share of the spoils.
Shrewsbury can put up a real fight against Posh, but the home side’s confidence and quality should show.
BTTS & Peterborough Win @ 12/5
Swindon Town V Rochdale
Staying in League One and Swindon have enjoyed a major upturn in fortunes since hiring Martin Ling as their new manager. The Robins will be confident about making it four wins from five this weekend, but they shouldn’t expect things all their own way as Rochdale are the visitors.
The improving hosts have now scored 15 goals in 10 matches at the County Ground, and they should fancy their chances against an away side that has leaked 12 on the road. If they can get the ball to Nicholas Ajose and Jonathan Obika, Swindon should have a great chance of winning.
However, it is worth noting that the hosts have still conceded 16 home goals. Despite turning things around in recent weeks, picking up seven from the last available nine points at home, they have still conceded in each of those three matches. With the visitors scoring 10 away goals already, there’s no reason to think Keith Hill’s men won’t score.
Nevertheless, Swindon are in great form right now and we’re backing them to continue their resurgence.
BTTS & Swindon Win @ 9/2
Oxford United V Carlisle United
Events in Cumbria have put football into perspective over the past week or so. However, Keith Curle’s Carlisle have still got a crucial football match to compete in on Saturday and will be eager to do themselves proud against the League Two leaders.
The visitors have been a firm favourite on the BTTS coupon this season, scoring 38 and conceding 36 in total. Their last three league matches have had goals at both ends of the pitch, and their attacking qualities should give them a great chance of scoring here.
However, their well documented efforts to help the community could leave the players both physically and mentally fatigued. Meanwhile, the trip to the Kassam isn’t easy at any stage this season and Michael Appleton’s men have more than enough quality to out Carlisle to the sword.
We’re backing the league leaders to win, but the visitors can at least get themselves on the scoresheet.
BTTS & Oxford Win @ 5/2
A £10 treble pays £654.50