Fancy turning £10 into £720 by simply placing a £10 treble on Saturday’s BTTS & Win coupon? You best keep reading.
We’ve picked three teams to win their respective matches without keeping a clean sheet. Let’s hope for an afternoon with bags of goals, and victories for the teams we’re backing. Here are our selections.
Aston Villa v Fulham
It’s already been a positive week for Aston Villa, who finally ended their wait for an away win with Tuesday’s win at Reading. Steve Bruce will be eager to continue his restoration with a home victory over Fulham, but the Villans shouldn’t expect miracles from their new manager and will be tested by the Cottagers.
Villa’s home record basically consists of score draws. In fact, their last five matches at Villa Park have ended that way, and we’re expecting another BTTS winner on Saturday. After all, Fulham have scored nine goals themselves on the road.
Slavia Jokanovic’s men are actually unbeaten on the road, scoring in all six outings, and will be looking to Chris Martin to inspire another positive result. Fulham have nothing to fear, especially after Tuesday’s two goal comeback against Norwich at home, and should at least find the target.
Bruce has injected a sense of fresh hope at Villa Park, though, and we’re backing the hosts to prevail.
BTTS & Villa Win @ 3/1
Chesterfield v Scunthorpe United
Despite sitting in the relegation, League One side Chesterfield haven’t performed too badly at home, picking up three wins and a draw out of their seven matches at the Proact Stadium. However, a defeat looks on the cards as they prepare to take on the league leaders.
The hosts have lost four competitive matches on the spin, and Danny Wilson will be concerned by the regularity of goals being conceded. A return of 12 goals at home will make for more positive reading, especially as the visitors have shipped 10 on the road. Even if the Spireites do score, however, they’ll need to be at their very best to seal any points.
Scunthorpe start the weekend three points clear at the top, and boast four wins from seven on the road too. Meanwhile, a return of 29 in 14, including 12 on the road would suggest that they will have the attacking quality to seal another vital win.
We’re backing Graham Alexander’s men to bounce back from Tuesday’s loss at Oldham in style, but Chesterfield can at least grab a consolation.
BTTS & Scunthorpe Win @ 3/1
Wycombe Wanderers v Barnet
In League Two, struggling Barnet will be desperate to climb out of the relegation zone with three points from their trip to Adams Park. Unfortunately for Martin Allen’s men, we’re predicting a third league defeat on the spin for the Bees.
Results have eluded the visitors, who are six games without a win, but they have found the target in all five away matches and boast the division’s top scorer in John Akinde. They’re likely to score but, yet again, their defensive issues could be their downfall.
After all, Gareth Ainsworth’s men have won four of six home games, scoring 10 in the process. The hosts have a number of goal threats too, which could spell danger for the visitors. Even if they do concede once, they’ll be confident about sealing the points.
The two teams shared a 1-1 draw towards the end of last season, and we expect more goals here. On this occasion, we have to fancy the Chairboys for the win.
BTTS & Wycombe Win @ 7/2
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