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After going so close last weekend, we’re back with another Saturday treble on the BTTS & Win coupon. With games taking place across multiple countries, the action is spread out across the afternoon and evening. Hopefully, we’ll be ticking those selections off one by one for a truly incredible winner.
Bradford City v Millwall
Last season, Millwall beat Bradford in the League One play-off semi final before losing to Barnsley in the final. This year, however, Neil Harris’s men face the Bantams at Wembley and will be determined to clinch their promotion back to the Championship in style.
The Lions shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way. After all, both league meetings ended in 1-1 draws. When coupled with the fact that both legs of last year’s semi final encounters ended in BTTS winners, we can expect to see goals in this one.
Millwall did register four more goals more than Bradford in the regular season, though, while they also boast the better attacking stars in Lee Gregory, Aiden O’Brien, and Steve Morrison. While Stuart McCall can look to Charlie Wyke and co. for inspiration, it’s also worth noting that the Bantams have won just one of the last six away from Valley Parade.
This one could go either way, but we think last year’s experience will serve Millwall well. Back them to overcome a spirited Bradford.
BTTS & Millwall win @ 5/1 with William Hill
Wolfsberger v Austria Vienna
In the Austrian Bundesliga, one more win should be enough to secure Wolfsberger’s survival. However, their hopes of getting it on Saturday look quite slim as they host second-placed Austria Vienna.
The hosts have performed quite well at the Lavanttal Arena, securing six wins and scoring 21 times in 16 matches. Heimo Pfeifenberger’s men have nothing to lose in this one either, which could encourage them to attack. We’re expecting them to score.
Unfortunately for the home side, the visitors are equally likely to find the target. Thorsten Fink’s enter this clash having picked up 13 points from their last five matches. With Olarenwaju Kayode boasting 16 goals by himself, it would be very surprising if Austria Vienna fail to increase their tally of 29 away goals.
They have shipped 22 on their travels too, though, which would suggest a BTTS winner. Even if both teams do score, though, it should be three points for the visitors.
BTTS & Austria Vienna win @ 11/4 with William Hill
Utrecht v Heerenveen
Wednesday’s 3-1 away win has put Utrecht in firm control of their play-off semi final against Heerenveen, and Erik ten Hag’s men will be fully expected to take another step towards Europa League qualification here.
The hosts scored 28 goals in 17 games at the Stadion Galgenwaard this term, winning 10 times in the process. That run includes four victories on the spin while Sebastien Haller, Richairo Zivkovic and co. should provide a constant threat.
Heerenveen, meanwhile, enter this clash in terrible away form. They’ve lost nine on the spin away from home, but have at least scored in each of their last five. Given that they’ll need to attack from the off in this one, we’re backing them to get on the scoresheet once more.
Nonetheless, Utrecht’s quality should shine through – just as it did in midweek.
BTTS & Utrecht win @ 7/2 with William Hill
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