The BTTS & Win coupon is one that offers an opportunity to win big with a small stake and an even smaller number of selections. We’re hopeful that our Saturday afternoon treble will prove it once more.
With just three selections and a £10 stake, we could be winning over £650, which would guarantee profit for a whole season’s worth of betting. Frankly, that’s gotta be worth a punt.
Hull City v Ipswich Town
Championship side have endured a very disappointing start to the campaign under Leonid Slutsky but the fact that they are scoring goals, particularly at the KCOM, suggests that they will turn it around soon. Given that a weekend win could see them pull away from the relegation zone, this match against Ipswich would be the perfect time.
Despite sitting 12 places below the Tractor Boys, Hull’s chances are a lot better than a first glance would suggest The Tigers boast 21 goals in eight home games while Ipswich have shipped 14 en route to losing four of seven away matches. Jarrod Bowen and co. can be quietly confident about scoring.
Mick McCarthy’s men are still doing fine, but they aren’t in the same blistering form that they began the season in. They have scored in four of their last five aways, though, which is good news for the BTTS part of the selection. The fact four of those five have also been defeats boosts those chances further still.
Hull’s form does little to inspire confidence. Still, if they can grab a couple of goals, their chances of a win are strong.
Bristol Rovers v AFC Wimbledon
Despite picking up a 2-2 draw against Peterborough last Sunday, Neal Ardley’s Dons enter this weekend’s action sitting in the League One relegation zone. Sadly for their fans, that’s where they’re likely to remain come 5PM too.
On paper, Wimbledon do have some talented attacking players on their books with Lyle Taylor and Kwesi Appiah leading the charge. However, the fact they’ve scored just three times in eight away games doesn’t make for pleasant reading. Still, they can be hopeful against a home defence that has shipped 12 in eight at the Memorial Stadium.
Rovers have registered five wins at home, however, netting 15 in the process. Having lost four of their last five, Darrell Clarke will hope to see quality shine through here. Rory Gaffney and co. are more than capable of punishing the Dons defence.
Wimbledon need goals and may well get one in Bristol. Even so, a home win looks to be the most likely outcome.
Rotherham United v Shrewsbury Town
Staying in League One, and Rotherham United are the most frequent home scorers with a return of 22 in eight matches at the New York Stadium. Those goals have kept them in the play-off spaces, and the Millers will be eager to stay there with a big win over table-topping Shrewsbury.
The visitors are clearly in good form too, boasting four wins and just one defeat from eight on their travels. With 10 goals to their name, they should fancy their hopes of scoring against Rotherham, who have conceded nine at home.
Paul Hurst’s men did lose their last away game, though. If Kieffer Moore and co. spot signs of weakness, they should be ready to pounce. Despite conceding in each of their last four league games, that attacking quality could give them the edge as they bid to keep their promotion bid going strong.
The BTTS part of the bet looks fairly safe on this one. Let’s just hope Paul Warne’s men can find an edge in front of their supporters.