Fancy celebrating your Saturday by turning £10 into over £800? From a treble? Well then, you’ve come to the right place.
That’s exactly what we’re aiming to do with this huge 80/1 treble on the BTTS & Win market. We just need our three chosen teams to win, without keeping a clean sheet, and we’ll be jumping for joy.
Coventry City v Shrewsbury
League One rivals Coventry and Shrewsbury both started their respective campaigns with 1-0 defeats last weekend, and both teams will be eager to bounce back in style, which is why we think this will be a game of intense drama.
Tony Mowbray’s Sky Blues may have lost at Swindon, but they did register a 3-2 cup win over Portsmouth on Tuesday night. Those goals, along with the firepower of Marvin Soredell and co, should give them every reason for confidence against a side that only just avoided relegation and conceded 40 away goals in 2015-16.
Micky Mellon’s did pick up a midweek cup win of their own against Huddersfield, and will be confident about enjoying a more comfortable season this term. Meanwhile, the fact they notched 29 on their travels last term is another reason for confidence in the BTTS part of the bet.
Even if the Shrews do find the target, their defensive issues could be a problem. Coventry can register their first league win of the season, but the visitors can push them all the way.
BTTS & Coventry Win @ 10/3
Exeter City v Hartlepool United
Hartlepool enjoyed a miraculous survival after appointing Craig Hignett as manager towards the end of last term. However, the Pool are likely to be in for another long season on the road, both logistically and and emotionally. And it starts with Saturday’s long trip to Exeter.
The visitors did pick up a point in their League Two opener against Colchester last weekend, and the fact star man Billy Paynter scored is a source of optimism. They’re certainly capable of finding the target at St Janes’ Park; the real issue is whether they can seal any points.
Paul Tisdale’s men were well beaten by Blackpool, but will be expecting a positive home campaign. They did score a midweek cup win over Championship side Brentford, albeit after extra time. If they can get the ball to Robbie Simpson on a regular basis, they’ll have every chance of scoring the necessary goals here.
We’re predicting a 2-1 win for the hosts.
BTTS & Exeter Win @ 10/3
Guiseley v Dagenham & Redbridge
It’s quite clear that Guiseley are in for another difficult season in the Conference following defeats in both of their opening fixtures. And it doesn’t look like getting easier as they welcome Dagenham and Redbridge to Nerthermoor Park.
Mark Bower’s men only just avoided the drop last term, and have already conceded five in 2016-17. They have at least found the target in each of those matches, however, and can hope to do so again against an away side that leaked three at Chester on Tuesday night.
John Still will be expecting nothing less than three points in this one though, and will be looking to Chrisitan Assombalonga and co for inspiration here. In truth, they should score at least two or three. So as long as they keep things tighter than they did at Chester, they should walk away with three points.
If Coventry and Exeter can match them, that would be perfect.
BTTS & Dagenham Win @ 10/3
A £10 treble returns £811.80