How do you fancy turning £10 into over £900 at Coral this Saturday? We’re on this huge BTTS & Win treble.
This weekend’s picks sees us combined selections from the Football League, Non-League and Euro 2016 qualifiers. Fingers crossed for a big win.
York City V Oxford United
Our first selection comes from League Two and we’re backing an improving York to continue their ascent up the table with three points against struggling Oxford United.
Nigel Worthington’s side suffered a real hangover following last season’s play-off heartbreak but are finally getting their act together. A run of five points from nine has seen them climb out of the relegation zone and victory in Saturday’s showdown would see them leapfrog the U’s into 19th.
Last season’s corresponding fixture ended 0-0 but this is a completely different York side now and you have to think they’ll concede. However, Oxford have lost each of their past two league matches 2-1 and could be set for a hat-trick of defeats as they head to Bootham Crescent.
York are finally starting to score on a regular basis and will fancy their chances against their fellow strugglers. Oxford can push them all the way, but we’re backing the home win.
BTTS & York Win @ 4/1 with Coral
Altrincham V Grimsby Town
Conference side Grimsby have won five straight league encounters to put themselves right on course to claim a play-off spot at minimum and the Mariners will be eager to seal another three points away at lowly Altrincham.
Paul Hurst’s men have been sensational in recent weeks with the likes of Scott Neilson and Llanel John-Lewis enjoying particularly affluent times in front of goal. However, they have conceded 10 goals on the road already and that will give the home side some belief.
Altrincham are only just above the relegation zone but are performing quite well at home, picking up four wins from their 10 matches at Moss Lane. They’ve already hit double figures at home but are also shipping at a worrying rate, with 16 goals being notched past Lee Sinnott’s men.
The home side should find the target but there is no denying that Grimsby are the favourites. We’re predicting the visitors to edge an entertaining affair.
BTTS & Grimsby Win @ 14/5 with Coral
Spain V Belarus
Vicente Del Bosque’s men are near certainties to win their evening clash with Belarus but the defending European champions could be tested by the spirited visitors.
Belarus will be buoyant having seen Slovakia stun Spain just last month and Andrey Zygmantovich’s men can be quietly optimistic. The visitors have scored in five of their last six away games and will hope to capitalise on an uncharacteristically vulnerable home defence.
Despite those defensive wobbles, though, Spain should dominate. The omission of Diego Costa may actually help out and new faces like Jose Callejon will be eager to bring their impressive club forms to the international arena.
It would be a huge surprise if Spain don’t score at least two in Huelva but Belarus can find the target too. Last year’s World Cup qualifier ended 2-1 to the hosts, a repeat scoreline would suit us just fine.
BTTS & Spain Win @ 19/5 with Coral
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