Fancy turning £10 into over £575 with a simple Saturday afternoon treble. Our BTTS & Win tips could be just for you!
We’re backing three games to end in BTTS winners, but have also selected the match outcome in each of those fixtures too. If they come in, the lack of Premier League action will suddenly feel far less important.
Oxford United v Wimbledon
Goals have been a common feature for Oxford United this season, even when results in League Two haven’t gone to plan. However, this Saturday is a chance for them to enjoy both as they welcome Wimbledon to the Kassam.
Josep Ruiz’s men haven’t been in great form overall, but they’ve lost just once on home turf and boast 10 goals in just five matches in front of their own fans. Given that Wimbledon have lost three of five away games, the attacking powers of Rob Hall, Wes Thomas and co. should be ready to cause problems for the visitors.
Wimbledon can be in good spirits after beating Tottenham U21s in the EFT on Tuesday, and Neal Ardley’s men will be eager to score here. Kwesi Appiah, Andrew Barcham and Lyle Taylor are all capable goals. We’re backing them to get one between them on Saturday, even if it is only a consolation.
It’s hard not to see Oxford scoring, and there’s a strong chance that they’ll grab at least two. Let’s just hope the Dons can keep up their part of the bargain also.
Notts County v Forest Green Rovers
Kevin Nolan’s Magpies have been brilliant during the early stages of the campaign and enter the weekend sitting top of the pile in League Two. Nonetheless, they’ll be extra determined to bounce back from last week’s loss at Mansfield and should do just that against a team sitting at the foot of the Football League.
Despite that away loss, their home form has been sensational. They hosts have dropped just two points from five games at Meadow Lane, scoring 11 goals in the process, and can look to Jonathan Forte and Jon Stead for more against the struggling Forest Green.
The visitors boast just one point from a possible 15 on the road but can take heart from an EFT win over Cheltenham on Tuesday night. This should give Mark Cooper’s men the impetus to increase their tally of three away goals in the league, and Christian Doidge is more than capable of getting them on the scoresheet.
In truth, though, it’s hard to see the hosts conceding more than once. Given their immense attacking quality too, they should have enough to grab another victory.
Gateshead v Bromley
National League side Gateshead may have lost manager Neil Aspin to Port Vale, but that might not be the worst of outcomes following a run of four games without a win. Saturday’s home clash should see them embrace fresh energy, and that could be enough to spur them on against Bromley.
Gateshead enter the clash on the back of three straight draws overall. Still, their home form the season includes four wins, 11 goals, and just one defeat in seven. With the likes of Richard Peniket, Daniel Johnson, and Jordan Burrows looking for goals, they can be quietly confident about the win.
After all, Bromley have leaked 12 on the road. The visitors do boast eight goals in their seven away matches too, however, and will be looking to capitalise on any uncertainty that surfaces due to Gateshead’s situation. Brett Williams and co. should be fancied to score.
Nonetheless, it’s a new start for gateshead and we’re backing them to secure an important three points to get their campaign back on track.