Our weekend BTTS treble is a 9/2 shot involving six teams that have every reason to fancy their chances of grabbing points this weekend. And what do points make? Hopefully, a prize of £55 from a £10 stake.
We’ve picked games from the Premier League, League Two, and the National League. Here are our selections.
Hull City v Swansea City
Premier League rivals Hull and Swansea have both seen improvements since appointing their current managers, but there is still plenty of work to be done as they each look to avoid relegation. Given that this is a winnable fixture, we could be set to see plenty of attacking emphasis here.
The hosts have performed better under Marco Silva. However, a run of three games without a win has left them four points adrift of safety. The Tigers have been in good form at home, however, picking up eight points from the last possible 12 at the KCOM.
Swansea, meanwhile, have enjoyed vast improvements under Paul Clement, winning five of their last eight to climb out of the drop zone and up to 16th. They’ve also scored in all four away games in 2017, including trips to Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea. With Fernando Llorente scoring on a regular basis too, they’ll be extremely optimistic against struggling opponents.
With both teams equally desperate for the points, we’re backing both teams to score.
BTTS Yes @ 4/5
Luton Town v Stevenage
Stevenage have been sensational in recent weeks, dropping just two point from their last eight games, and now find themselves sitting in the League Two play-offs. As confident as they will be heading into this weekend’s clash, though, they should be expecting a difficult battle as the head to Kenilworth Road.
Like Stevenage, Luton have been in great form, losing just one of their last 10 league outings. The Hatters are even in serious contention for the third automatic promotion spot, which should give Nathan Jones’ men a huge incentive as they look to increase their tally of 29 goals in 17 home matches.
Stevenage have only scored 21 in their 17 aways, but they’ve only failed to find the net twice in 12 outings since the start of October. Meanwhile, they should take confidence from the 2-1 reverse win earlier in the season.
It’s a difficult contest to forecast, especially as both sides are in such fantastic form. Regardless of the outcome, both teams should be fancied for goals.
BTTS Yes @ 5/6
Dagenham & Redbridge v Forest Green Rovers
National League rivals Dagenham and Forest Green could well meet again in the play-offs, so Saturday’s clash at Victoria Road is a fantastic chance for both squads to show a signal of their promotion intentions. With a little bit of luck, that should lead to a game of goals.
John Still’s hosts will be desperate to find the target after failing to score in each of their last two fixtures. Despite those recent blanks, the likes of Oliver Hawkins and Jordan Maguire-Drew have fired the Daggers to 27 goals in 18 home game. Given that the visitors have leaked 21 on their travels, the hosts should fancy their chances of goals.
The visitors will be expected to score too, though, not least because they’ve scored seven in their last two – albeit both at home. Mark Cooper’s men do boast 34 goals in 16 away games too, however, and should increase their tally here.
These sides shared a 1-1 at the New Lawn back in October. A similar result on Saturday would suit us just fine.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6
A £10 treble returns £55.00