Tuesday’s schedule serves up plenty of action across the domestic scene as well as the return of Champions League football to sink our teeth into. We’re hopeful of celebrating the night in style with this huge treble.
We’re backing these three teams to all win their respective matches. At the same time, however, we’re looking for the losing sides to all find the target too. With a chance of turning £10 into over £630 at Coral bookies, it has to be worth a shout.
Galatasaray V Atletico Madrid
Champions League football returns this week as the group phase kicks off with some tantalising prospects over the two days. One of the more interesting contests sees Diego Simeon’s Rojiblancos head to Turkey as they take on a very spirited Galatasaray.
The visitors certainly boast the better calibre of player. The Spaniards can hope to see the likes of Fernando Torres, Jackson Martinez and Antoine Greizmann cause problems for the hosts. With that level of firepower amongst their arsenal, the Liga side shouldn’t have any trouble finding the target.
However, the trip to Istanbul is never easy, especially due to the partisan crowd. Galatasaray aren’t in the best form this season, winning just one of four matches. On a brighter note, those matches have all ended in BTTS winners.
We think the trend will continue here. Unfortunately for Hamza Hamzaoglu’s men, the attacking threat of Lukas Podolski and Burak Yilmaz might not be enough to bail them out.
BTTS & Atletico Madrid Win @ 19/5 with Coral
Middlesbrough V Brentford
Our second selection comes from the Championship as two of last season’s losing play-off sides do battle once more at the Riverside. While Aitor Karanka’s hosts will certainly expect to win, they can’t expect to have everything their own way against the Bees.
Boro have enjoyed a pretty solid start to the season and will be seeking their fourth consecutive win in all competitions here. Stewart Downing has added an extra sense of class to his boyhood club while strikers Kike and David Nugent should keep the away side busy.
Conversely, Marinus Dijkhuizen’s men have endured a difficult start to the season, registering just five points from a possible. Nonetheless, it’s worth noting that the Bees have found the target eight times already this term. There’s no reason to think they can’t gain some joy at the Riverside.
Nonetheless, Middlesbrough will be extremely confident after dominating Brentford 3-0 and 4-0 over the course of last season. Even if the Bees can find the target, it should be a home win.
BTTS & Middlesbrough Win @ 23/10 with Coral
Chester V Grimsby Town
The Conference has been very kind to punters of the BTTS market during the early weeks of this season, and that theme of intense drama should continue at the Swansway Stadium as Chester take on Grimsby.
Steve Burr’s men have been involved in three straight BTTS winners at home, scoring in all four of their games there so far. Strikers Ross Hannah and Craig Hobson will certainly be eager to get amongst the goals, and they should have no worries against a Mariners defence that has leaked 13 times in nine league matches.
The visitors do boast an impressive 21 goals this season, though, including seven in four away games. Padraig Amond and Omar Bogle already boast 12 goals between them and their firepower could be enough to give Paul Hurst’s men the win.
It was 2-2 when these sides met in 2014/15. We think there will be plenty more goals. On this occasion, though, we’re backing the visitors to prevail.
BTTS & Grimsby Town Win @ 3/1 with Coral
A £10 treble returns £633.60 with Coral