BTTS & Win Tips Saturday 14th March – Turn £10 Into £380 With This Weekend Treble
We’re approaching the final stretch of what has been a fascinating football season but there’s still plenty of time to keep smashing the bookies. We’re hoping to do that on Saturday with this 37/1 treble at Ladbrokes.
The BTTS & Win selection offers the chance for huge wins and we’re aiming for a big win with these three selections, which we think all have a great chance of success.
Watford V Reading
The Championship title race is shaping up to be the best ever and with 10 games to go the top five are just separated by only one point. Every game is important from this point on and the Hornets would love to send a warning shot to their rivals with a big win at Vicarage Road.
A home match against Reading should result in three points for a side that boast 40 home goals and the strikeforce of Troy Denney, Odio Ighalo and Matej Vydra could cause real problems for the Royals defence. However, the Horents need to be careful as their defence is susceptible to silly errors.
Reading don’t have much to play for in terms of the league but Steve Clarke’s men would love a confidence boost ahead of the pivotal FA Cup quarter-final replay against Bradford and a positive result against Watford would be the perfect way to achieve that. Every player is playing for his spot in Tuesday’s line-up and that should serve as a huge incentive for the visitors to perform.
Nonetheless, the Hornets should prevail.
BTTS & Watford win @ 23/10 with Ladbrokes
Bristol City V Gillingham
The finishing line is in sight for Steve Cotterill’s Robins as they race towards the League One title and they’ll be hoping to take another giant step towards the Championship with three points at home to Gillingham.
Bristol City have been remarkable in recent weeks, winning five straight matches whilst their title rivals stumble under the pressure. Their success has been found on an incredible record at Ashton gate, where they’ve dropped just 10 points all term, and we cannot see them failing to beat the Gills.
However, the visitors have improved since replacing Peter Taylor with Justin Edinburgh and they can be hopeful of scoring for an 11th straight away fixture. The away side will also take heart from the 1-1 cup draw here just a few weeks ago, whilst star striker Cody McDonald will be eager to net his 15th league goal of the campaign.
Gillignham are a much better outfit than they were a couple of months back, but the Robins are flying high right now and should claim the points.
BTTS & Bristol City win @ 23/10 with Ladbrokes
AFC Telford United V Woking
It appears as though time is running out for Telford United as the Conference’s rock-bottom club sit 11 points from safety with just a handful of games to play. However, we don’t suspect Steve Kittrick’s men will go down without a fight and think they can push Woking all the way.
Telford might struggle for points but they have at least scored a fair few goals this term, netting 23 from 18 home games alone. Unfortunately, their defensive shortcomings have largely prevented any serious progress and the visiting Cardinals will be confident of adding to the home side’s 37 goals against at the New Bucks Head Stadium.
While Woking will be favourites, Garry Hill’s side have disappointed in the second half of the campaign, which has seen their hopes of promotion vanish into thin air. Their recent away form has been OK, though, and we’d expect them to put in a decent performance against the struggling hosts.
Three of Woking’s past four away games have ended in BTTS winners and that run should continue here. On this occasion, we think they’ll also grab the win.
BTTS & Woking win @ 5/2 with Ladbrokes
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