The BTTS & Win coupon is a fantastic opportunity to win big with a small stake and few selections. That’s exactly what we’re trying to do on Saturday by turning £10 into £843 on a treble.
We’ve picked three teams to win their respective matches without keeping a clean sheet. If they do, we’ll be jumping joy come 5PM
Bradford City v Rotherham United
Stuart McCall’s Bantams may have suffered to Blackburn earlier in the season, but their record at Valley Parade has been nothing short of sensational over the past 14 months. Despite facing a tough opponent in Rotherham on Saturday, there’s every chance that they can send their fans home smiling.
The hosts are currently fourth in the League One standings. With Charlie Wyke and Dom Poleon ready to convert any chances that fall their way, the hosts should grab a couple of goals against an away side that lost two of its three matches on the road.
Paul Warne’s men have hit good form, though, winning three matches on the spin heading into this one. That should be enough to spur the Millers onto a goal. Unfortunately, though, that might not be enough to prevent a defeat.
The BTTS selection looks promising. On this occasion, we’re backing the hosts to grab the points too.
BTTS & Bradford win @ 10/3
Grimsby Town v Yeovil Town
In League Two, neither Grimsby or Yeovil have performed particularly well during the early parts of the campaign, and defensive frailties have been at the heart of those problems. With both sides conceding at a rate of over two goals per game, the respective attacking units should be fancied to score goals.
After all, both sides are scoring an average of over one goal per game too. Meanwhile, the fact that Russell Slade and Darren Way will each view this as a winnable fixture means that attack could be the aim of the day.
Yeovil have failed to win any of their last three matches while Grimsby enter the clash on the back of a fantastic 2-1 win at high-flying Accrington. Given that the hosts also picked up three points in their last match at Blundell Park, the momentum has to be with them.
A huge opening day loss to Luton has influenced Yeovil’s goals against tally, but there is no doubt that their defensive weaknesses can be punished.
BTTS & Grimsby win @ 7/2
Woking v Sutton United
National League leaders Sutton United have enjoyed a fantastic start to the season and will fancy themselves to pick up another three points as they make the short trip to Kingfield on Saturday. Then again, they shouldn’t expect to have things their own way against a Woking side that boast a great home record.
The Cards have won four of five home matches this term, scoring 10 times in the process. Anthony Limbrick’s men certainly have goals among them, with Joseph Ward and Inih Effiong currently leading the way on that front.
Nevertheless, the hosts are yet to keep a clean sheet this term, and their poor backline is likely to be punished by an away side that is full of confidence and has scored seven on the road already. Paul Doswell’s managed a win at Dagenham last time out too, so should be fancied here.
Woking can still find the target, though. Back the visitors to win via a BTTS winner.
BTTS & Sutton win @ 10/3
A £10 treble returns £843.70