This weekend’s BTTS treble comes from action in Leagues One, Two, and the Conference National. The three selections pay out at odds of over 4/1 , and we think it’s got to be worth a punt.
We think there’s good reason to believe that all six teams will find the target. Let’s hope that they do!
Gillingham V Bury
League One rivals Gillingham and Bury are both sitting in the play-offs as they prepare to do battle at the Priestfield Stadium this weekend. And we have every reason to think this encounter will provide plenty of drama from start to finish.
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Justin Edinburgh’s men have endured a tough time in the last couple of weeks, dropping out of two competitions and losing their most recent league outing. Nevertheless, the Gills have scored in seven straight league games and are still unbeaten at home in League One.
In fact, the hosts have hit an incredible 20 goals in just eight league games at Priestfield. However, they should expect to be pushed all the way by a Shakers side that has scored 13 times on the road. David Flitcroft’s men additionally enter the game having scored four goals in each of their last two matches.
There’s so much attacking talent on display that we cannot see either team failing to score. We’re predicting a BTTS winner.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6
Exeter City V Crawley Town
Paul Tisdale’s Grecians have been far from convincing in terms of consistent results this season, but the one thing you can be sure of at St James’ Park is goals. We think that run will continue on Saturday as they take on an equally free-scoring Crawley.
The home side have hit 13 goals in just eight home league matches, but it is worth noting that they’ve also leaked eight and conceded in three of their last four matches here. The firepower of Tom Nicholls and David Wheeler should fancy goals against an away defence that have conceded 15 away from Brighton Road.
However, the Red Devils have scored 12 times from their eight away games. Mark Yates’ men have also scored in six consecutive fixtures, so there’s plenty of reason to believe they will score here. On the other hand, it’s hard to see them keeping a clean sheet on the road.
In truth, it’s unlikely to be the most exciting game of the day. Having said that, we do think both teams will score.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11
Forest Green Rovers V Dover Athletic
In the Conference, the game of the day sees second-placed Forest Green welcome third-placed Dover at the New Lawn. If it lives up to the billing, we could be in for a classic.
Forest Green have dropped off slightly in recent weeks, but they enter this encounter having won three and drawn one in their last four competitive matches. Meanwhile, a return of 19 goals from 10 home matches is promising for Adrian Pennock’s men.
Nevertheless, the visitors will be equally optimistic. Chris Kinnear’s visitors have lost each of their last two competitive fixtures, but they did find the target in each of those matches. They’ve scored in eight of their last nine matches overall, and the goals of Stefan Payne and Ricky Miller will cause problems for the hosts.
Both of last season’s meetings ended 0-0. However, both teams have performed well in the attacking third this season and we’re backing them to provide a contest fitting of their current league positions.
BTTS Yes @ 4/5
A £10 treble pays £50.20