Saturday’s BTTS & Win treble is a mammoth 134/1 shot that could turn a £10 stake into over £1,350.
We’ve picked three teams to win their respective matches without recording clean sheets. If they do, we’ll be celebrating a win that would confirm profit for the entire season. That surely has to make it worth a punt!
QPR v Burton Albion
Ian Holloway’s R’s have recently been one of the most exciting teams to watch in the country and they enter the weekend on the back of six competitive BTTS winners on the spin. Even with Burton’s poor scoring form, we see no reason for that trend to end on Saturday.
Loftus Road has been a fortress for QPR so far, who remain unbeaten on home turf in the Championship thanks to three wins and a draw. Against a Brewers defence that has leaked 11 in four away games, goals should be on the cards for Matt Smith and the other home team strikers.
Burton may only boast one away goal, but QPR’s poor defensive record should give them confidence. Moreover, they did pick up a home win over Fulham last weekend before grabbing a goal in the midweek Carabao Cup defeat at Old Trafford.
It should be a home win, but we’re backing Burton to find the target too.
Notts County v Lincoln City
A run of four straight wins has fired Kevin Nolan’s Notts County up to second in the League Two standings. Incredibly, they’ve kept clean sheets in each of those fixtures too. While the Magpies are certainly due to concede, they still have every chance of picking up three points.
The hosts have picked up 10 points from a possible 12 at Meadow Lane, posting seven goals to a return of two. The manager says that survival is still the aim, but the confidence is flowing at both ends of the pitch and that should see Jonathan Forte and co. fire at least a couple of goals against the Imps.
Lincoln are performing pretty well too, however, registering seven points from four away games. Matt Rhead, Matt Green, and Ollie Palmer can cause problems for the hosts but Danny Cowley’s men will be under no illusion about the task at hand.
Goals look likely between good attacking sides. Given their current form, though, we have to fancy the home win.
AFC Fylde v Woking
Goals have been a common feature for National League rivals Fylde and Woking throughout the early parts of 2017-18, but it’s the visiting Cards who have enjoyed the far better results. We think the story of Saturday’s clash Mill Farm could follow a similar script.
Anthony Limbrick’s men have won four of their last five matches and, while their away form is hardly great, they can be confident against a team that sits just one place above the drop zone. Attack will be their best form of defence, though, which is why the visitors will be looking to Joseph Ward for inspiration.
Fylde have failed to win any of their last four, but have at least scored in all of those games. Sadly for Dave Challinor’s men, they’ve also conceded at least twice in each of those matches. If they show those defensive weaknesses once again here, it’s likely that they’ll be punished.
The visitors will be made to work for their victory, but are more than capable of keeping up their purple patch. Let’s hope that they do.