With the bad weather now seemingly gone, it’s back to a full football fixture list on Saturday afternoon, and we’ll be hoping to celebrate in style with a huge 90/1 treble on the BTTS & Win market.
We’re backing three sides to win their respective matches but also need the losing teams to find the target at some stage. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for the huge winner.
West Bromwich Albion V Leicester City
Premier League survival looks increasingly slim for the mediocre Baggies, and Alan Pardew’s men enter this weekend’s action on the back of five straight league defeats, which form part of a run in which they’ve won just one in 27. Another defeat on Saturday would fire another nail into their coffin.
The division’s bottom side have scored 15 goals in 14 games at the Hawthorns, and can look to find the net against an away side that’s shipped 25 on its travels. Even if Jay Rodriguez and Salomon Rondon do find the target, though, there’s a good chance that defensive frailties will come back to haunt the hosts.
Eight-placed Leicester have improved under Claude Puel and have scored at least once in each of their last nine competitive fixtures. With Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez looking to increase their tallies against the struggling Baggies, the Foxes are more than capable of getting the win.
The sides drew 1-1 at the King Power back in October but a lot has changed once then. Even on the road, we’re backing the Foxes to prevail.
BTTS & Leicester C win @ 9/2 with Boylesports
Sheffield Wednesday V Bolton Wanderers
Championship side Bolton have done remarkably well to drag themselves away from the relegation zone, but their form on the road is far from good thanks to a return of just one win in 18 matches. While a trip to Hillsborough is one un which they can be quietly optimistic, the Owls are likely to punish them.
Despite scoring just 10 away goals all season, Phil Parkinson’s men can look to Wednesday’s defensive record with high hopes of getting on the scoresheet. The hosts have shipped a huge 27 goals in 18 home matches, which should give Sammy Ameobi and co. an incentive to attack in Yorkshire.
Wednesday have scored 24 home goals, though, while the Trotters have conceded 31 on the road. Jos Luhukay has struggled since taking over, but the attacking talents Jordan Rhodes and Atdhe Nuhiu should give the hosts a fantastic chance of scoring the goals needed to grab the three points.
After losing five competitive games on the spin, a victory would be huge for the hosts. While we do think they’ll get it, back the visitors to score too.
BTTS & Sheffield W win @ 15/4 with Boylesports
Luton Town V Accrington Stanley
In League Two, the potential title-decider between Luton and Accrington Stanley hast he potential to be a cracking contest at Kenilworth Road. If the two teams deliver the level of performance that they have throughout 2017/18, there should be plenty of goals to support the drama too.
The visitors have scored an impressive 25 goals on the road, although they have shipped 21 from those 17 matches too. They boast the division’s leading marksman in Billy Kee, while Kayden Jackson and Sean McConville also know where the goal is for John Coleman’s side. Given that the hosts have shipped 19 goals in 18 home games, Stanley can be confident about scoring for 15th game on the spin.
Nevertheless, it’s difficult to overlook Luton’s incredible scoring form. Nathan Jones’ Hatters have hit an incredible 51 home goals this term with Jamie Collins and Danny Hylton leading the way. Having been top of the table for most of the campaign, three points against their closest rivals would put them back in pole position to lift the trophy in May. While this clash won’t be easy, hoem advantage could be key.
We’re expecting a fascinating battle. On this occasion, though, we’re backing the hosts to find a way to seal the points.
BTTS & Luton T win @ 5/2 with Boylesports
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