The BTTS & Win coupon has become a firm favourite with punters up and down the country, and offers the chance to win big money with just two or three selections. This Saturday, we’ll be looking to turn £10 into over £600 with this huge treble from the English fixture list. Care to join us?
We just need our three chosen teams to win their respective game without keeping a clean sheet. It really is as simple as that. And with UFC 202 taking place on Saturday night, we certainly wouldn’t say no to the extra beer tokens.
Tottenham Hotspur V Crystal Palace
After drawing 1-1 at Goodison Park on the opening day, Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be determined to seal three points in their first home game of the season against Crystal Palace. While they should have more than enough quality to win the London derby, they might not have everything their own way at White Hart Lane.
The Spurs squad hasn’t changed too much over the summer, aside from a couple of decent additions. After scoring 35 home goals last term, they shouldn’t have any problems in the attacking third against a Palace side that has really struggled this calendar year.
An injury to Hugo Lloris will afford Alan Pardew’s visitors with an added source of inspiration while former Tottenham man Andros Townsend would love to open his Eagles account at White Hart Lane. Unfortunately for Palace, though, it’s difficult to see them keeping Harry Kane and co at bay.
A home win looks almost certain, but we do think the visitors can grab a consolation.
BTTS & Tottenham Win @ 12/5
Scunthorpe United V Gillingham
In League One, both Scunthorpe and Gillingham enter this weekend’s clash at Glanford Park having picked up seven points from nine. With confidence running high in both games, we’re hopeful that this one will be a game of goals.
After all, Graham Alexander’s hosts have scored seven in three games, even without star striker Paddy Madden – although last season’s top scorer could be back for the weekend. With Kevin van Veen and Tom Hopper, goals shouldn’t be an issue regardless.
The Iron have conceded four times already, though, which will lend confidence to Justin Edinburgh’s Gills. The visitors have scored six goals in their three games, with Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and co looking quite dangerous in these early weeks.
We fancy both teams to score but, with home advantage on their side, we’re backing Scunthorpe to seal the points.
BTTS & Scunthorpe Win @ 7/2
Woking V Dagenham & Redbridge
Conference side Dagenham & Redbridge have wasted no time in establishing themselves as potential promotion contenders and make the trip to Woking having won three of their opening four. Manager John Still will expect to leave Kingfield with nothing less than another three.
That’s because Garry Hill’s men have started the campaign with the type of form that would make a Football Manager restart the season by reloading their save. Woking have undergone huge change this summer, and have managed just one point from a possible 12 so far. On a brighter note, they have found the target four times.
At home, the Cardinals will be confident about extending that particularly tally. However, it’s hard to see them keeping out a highly confident Daggers. With the experienced Luke Guttridge running the show, the visitors have more than enough quality to score the goals needed to win this one.
Woking have been a firm favourite on the BTTS market for a couple of years now and the early signs are that they will be a reliable selection in 2016-17 too. On this occasion, though, we think their early season troubles will continue.
BTTS & Dagenham Win @ 3/1
A £10 treble returns £612.00