Picking games where you call the match result with both teams scoring is becoming more and more popular each week. The odds can be mammoth and it is worth a go with some well researched selections.
Luckily for you we have done the hard work for you with this treble for the midweek games with a MASSIVE 48/1 return with Ladbrokes. It really is worth taking a look!!
Sheffield Wednesday v Leicester City -7.45pm Tuesday
BET: Leicester to win & BTTS is14/5 with Ladbrokes
Do not bet against Leicester City any time soon! They are heading the league table having taken advantage of points dropped by Burnley and QPR over the weekend by punishing a poor Millwall side 3-0 at home. Another victory against this hapless Sheffield Wednesday side will firm up top spot even further for The Foxes. Having one of the best away records in the division fuels an even bigger argument towards an away win here at Hillsborough. Leicester City have scored at least one goal in 88% of their away matches- look out for Jamie Vardy who bagged a brace on Saturday
Sheffield Wednesday are manager-less after sacking Dave Jones over the weekend and are sitting 23rd in the Championship, so this really is top verses bottom (almost). Nobody is giving Wednesday a chance and why would they? Three consecutive defeats and they have conceded in every single game at home this season. Leicester will probably have a field day however The Owls now have no manager and are expected to be on the end of a thrashing, they go into the game with nothing to lose and sometimes that brings out the best in players. I can see them picking up a consolation in a 3-1 or 4-1 defeat.
Sunderland v Chelsea– 7.45pm Wednesday
BET: Chelsea to win & BTTS is 12/5 with Ladbrokes
Relegation candidates Sunderland remain in 19th place with just eight points after a 0-0 draw against Aston Villa on Saturday afternoon. On the face of it, that is not a bad result but bigger points are needed if they are to escape from the bottom three. Gus Poyet will be urging his team to get victories and even though the big stars of Chelsea are visiting they certainly won’t be shutting up shop. The Black Cats have scored every time at The Stadium of Light when the big boys have come to town, they even beat Manchester City, but have also lost to Arsenal 3-1, Liverpool 3-1 and Manchester United 2-1. I cannot see them replicating the City result but I can see this desperate side scoring.
Chelsea come into the fixture with confidence coming from behind at the weekend to beat this seasons surprise package Southampton. As proven on Sunday, Chelsea can concede goals and have done regularly with West Brom, Newcastle, Cardiff, Norwich and Aston Villa being some of the sides who have breached the Chelsea defence. Away from home they have kept a clean sheet just six times in 20 games. The Blues are favourites for this clash and rightly so, I expect them to win well, they have scored two or more goals in six of their last seven league games and this is likely to be extended with the likes of Hazard, Oscar and may be even Demba Ba getting in on the action.
Derby County v Middlesborough – 7.45pm Wednesday
BET: Derby County to win & BTTS is14/5 with Ladbrokes
When these two met previously it was 11 months ago at Pride Park, the contest finishing 3-1 to County in what was a comfortable victory, I am anticipating a very similar story and scoreline on Wednesday. Since Steve McLaren took over from Nigel Clough earlier in the season, the Rams have been on the up and are currently playing their best football, just on Sunday they turned over Wigan at the DW stadium 3-1. Even though they are currently on fire, I expect Derby to concede here, at home they kept just one clean sheet all season and that was against lowly Sheffield Wednesday.
Middlesbrough have lost their last four away matches and do not travel well, in fact if the table was based on away results alone they would find themselves in the relegation zone. New manager and former Real Madrid assistant Aitor Karanka registered his first three points at the weekend and he will be looking to build on that here. ‘Boro do manage to get a goal despite their awful record on the road and have failed to score on their travels just once. Combining this with Derby’s vulnerable defence I can see Middlesborough scoring.