The Easter weekend has arrived, and what better way to celebrate than by turning £10 int £570 with our BTTS & Win treble.
We’re already well in front for the season on this campaign, but there’s never been a better time to grab a winner due to the days of celebrating ahead. Once again we’re looking for three teams to gain victories via BTTS winners.
Nottingham Forest v Blackburn Rovers
For all their problems throughout the season, scoring goals at home hasn’t been an issue for Championship side Nottingham Forest. Their firepower at the City Ground has helped them claim a very respectable 10 wins from 20 games. In truth, number 11 should come against a Blackburn side seemingly destined for the drop.
The Reds might not have things all their own way. After all, the visitors have scored 20 times in 20 away games, and do boast goals in the form of Danny Graham and Sam Gallagher. Rovers know that only victories will do at this stage of the campaign too, which could lead to an attacking display also.
Even if Rovers do find the target, however, the hosts should fancy their chances of winning. They’ve hit 36 home goals this term, including two against high-flying Huddersfield last weekend. With a number of attacking options at Mark Warburton’s disposal, scoring shouldn’t be a problem.
Three points would virtually secure Championship football for the Reds next season. Let’s hope they get them, but without recording a shutout.
BTTS & Nottingham Forest Win @ 15/4 with Coral
Bradford City v Oxford United
The League One play-offs appear to be a near certainty for Bradford City, and the Bantams will be in great confidence at they prepare to take on Oxford in their penultimate home game. However, they shouldn’t expect to have thing all their own way against the U’s.
Oxford’s hopes of reaching the play-offs were virtually ended with a return of one point from a possible six at the start of this month. However, it’s worth noting that Michael Appleton’s men have had nine of their last 10 competitive games end in BTTS winners. There’s no reason to think that trend will end here.
Nonetheless, it’s hard not to fancy the hosts at Valley Parade. Not only do they have more to play for, but they’re unbeaten at home all season. Stuart McCall’s men will be determined to keep that run going until the end of the campaign, and the likes of Charlie Wyke should give them a great chance of taking a giant leap towards that goal.
The visitors may score, but it’s hard to see them losing this one. Let’s just hope they can afford a 13th home draw.
BTTS & Bradford City Win @ 3/1 with Coral
Dover Athletic v Southport
Goals have been a common feature at Lewisham Road this term, and Dover will be fully expected to increase their tally of 42 as they take on rock-bottom Southport. Having said that, they do concede goals too, which could allow the visitors to at least experience some joy on the day that they’ll probably be relegated.
The visitors could have their fate sealed even if they win, but they can be optimistic about scoring their 20th away goal of the campaign. After all, Dover have leaked 24 on home soil. Unfortunately, it’s hard to see Southport scoring more than once, and it most likely won’t be enough.
Dover boast the division’s top scorer in the form of Ricky Miller while they also have a huge incentive to win given that they currently sit just outside of the play-offs. A big performance here could change that, though, and they should score two or three goals to keep those promotion hopes alive.
Odds of 2/1 on an away goal? That’s got to be worth a punt under the circumstances.
BTTS & Dover Athletic Win @ 2/1 with Coral
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