Fancy turning £10 into £1700? Then join us on this BTTS & Win treble.
A full midweek schedule offers a great chance to bash the bookies and we’re hoping to do it in emphatic style with these selections from the Football League. At odds of over 170/1 with Coral, it simply has to be worth a punt.
Blackburn Rovers V Rotherham United
Our first selection comes from the Championship and we’re backing Blackburn Rovers to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat at Watford with a comfortable home win over Rotherham.
Blackburn have now failed to score in two consecutive away games but they’ve won each of their last two at Ewood Park despite failing to keep a clean sheet. There is no reason to think Gary Bowyer’s men won’t complete that hat-trick against the Millers.
Rotherham will be in buoyant mood after picking up seven points from their past three league games. However, Steve Evans’ men boast just one win in 13 away games. Whilst we cannot see them bagging a victory here, that improved recent form should spur them on in the attacking third.Want to know the best bookies for BTTS?
The hosts have scored 22 and conceded 15 from 14 home league games. That form would suggest a home win with both teams on the scoresheet – that’s exactly where we’re putting our money.
BTTS & Blackburn Win @ 16/5 with Coral
Peterborough United V Gillingham
League One side Gillingham have enjoyed vast improvements since getting rid of former boss Peter Taylor and we’re backing the Kent club to continue that revival as new manager Justin Edinburgh takes charge ahead of their trip to London Road.
Gillignham have won three of their past four matches, but boast just once clean sheet in that period and Peterborough will certainly be looking to take advantage of that leaky defence. Posh have scored 15 times in 14 home games this term, but will be concerned by their tendency to ship.
Nevertheless, Darren Ferguson’s side boast seven points from the last available nine and will be confident. Unfortunately, Gillingham’s boost in morale could haunt the hosts.
Gillingham won the reverse fixture via a 2-1 scoreline back at Priestfield and we think they’ve got a great chance of repeating that once more, especially if top scorer Cody McDonald picks up from where he left off at the weekend. Back Edinburgh to enjoy the perfect start.
BTTS & Gillingham Win @ 17/2 with Coral
Burton Albion V AFC Wimbledon
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s managerial career has started in particularly strong fashion and he’ll be hoping to end his first season with a title as Burton look to win League Two. However, the league leaders could be pushed all the way by an in-form Wimbledon.
The visitors enter this game on the back of seven points from nine and will be in good spirits heading into this clash at the Pirelli. Likewise, Neal Ardley’s men will be pleased with their tally of 40 goals this season. Nonetheless, they will be fully aware of the challenge awaiting them against the division’s best performers.
Burton have won 11 of 14 matches at home this season, including each of the past six meetings, netting an impressive 21 goals in the process. A Wimbledon attack line led by the huge Adebayo Akinfenwa will always cause problems, though, so the Brewers might need to score more than once to extend their winning home run to seven.
Fortunately, Hasselbaink’s men are more than capable of doing that and we’re backing them to register the three points here. Nevertheless, we do think Wimbledon will score for an eight game running.
BTTS & Burton Win @ 10/3 with Coral
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