Fancy turning £10 into over £1200 with a Saturday afternoon treble? Our selections from the BTTS & Win coupon are right up your street.
This week’s treble is an EFL special, with one pick coming from each of the three divisions. Let’s hope our selected teams can win without clean sheets to fire us to a huge weekend winner.
Birmingham City V Hull City
Championship rivals Birmingham and Hull have both changed managers in fairly recent times, but it’s the Tigers who have seen the far greater bounce. While it certainly won’t be easy at St Andrews, Nigel Adkins men can be quietly confident about sealing the three points.
Hull have hit seven goals in their last two games alone while they have lost just one of their last five matches too. Survival now seems to be a near certainty, and a victory against Birmingham would pretty much confirm it. Given that the hosts have lost 10 of their 18 home games, the Tigers should be ready to capitalise.
Garry Monk has seen some improvements, leading to narrower defeats. However they are still losses, and the Blues are now on a run of eight competitive matches without a positive result. While they certainly have the quality to score, the lack of confidence could be telling against the in-form visitors.
If Jarrod Bowen and co are on form, the visitors should prevail, even if the hosts do get on the scoresheet too.
Plymouth Argyle V Bristol Rovers
Home Park has produced 52 goals split down the middle in just 18 matches, and there’s likely to be another BTTS winner s they take on the Gas. Nonetheless, the play-off chasing hosts should be fancied to grab the three points.
The Pilgrims have won exactly half of their home matches while Bristol Rovers have lost 10 of their 18 on the road. Derek Adams’ men have won six of their last seven matches too while Graham Carey and co. are more than capable of punishing an away side that has conceded 28 times on their travels.
Darrell Clarke’s men have still scored 19 away goals while the duo of Rory Gafney and Ellis Harrison should give them a good chance of finding the target once more. Despite their recent improvements away from the Memorial, though, they will be in for difficult test here.
We’re backing a home win, but do envisage at least one goal for the visitors.
Colchester United V Yeovil Town
Despite sitting in the bottom half of League Two, John McGreal’s Eagles actually boast a pretty solid record at the Weston Homes Community Stadium and will be looking to register another win as they take on struggling Yeovil. While they do have the quality to grab the win, they should expect a tough test against the Glovers.
Samuel Szmodics and Mikael Mandron are just two players looking to fire the hosts to an important three points, and they should have a good chance against a side that concedes an average of over two goals per game on its travels. As such, Colchester should be expected to increase their tally of 27 home goals with relative ease.
Yeovil have scored 19 goals on the road, but Darren Way’s men have still suffered 10 defeats, winning just twice. Having lost four of their last five competitive matches, there’s a good chance that they could be set for another disappointing afternoon, even if Francois Zoko is on form in front of goal.
Colchester won the reverse clash and we expect them to pick up another three points here. On this occasion, though, we’re backing a BTTS winner also.