After hitting a winning treble last Saturday, we’re returning to the BTTS market with high hopes of securing another weekend boom with these three selections.
We’re backing six teams to all find the target. With combined odds of over 4/1 at Betfred, it wouldn’t be a bad way to get the Saturday night party started. Let’s hope they do the business to complete back-to-back Saturday winners.
Stoke City V Leicester City
The start of 2015/16 has been a stark contrast for Premier League rivals Stoke and Leicester, but we’re expecting a fierce contest as the two sides meet on Saturday at the Britannia.
Mark Hughes’ host have suffered a difficult start to the campaign, but there’s a strong feeling that the Potters will improve. Suspensions to Charlie Adam and Ibrahim Afellay won’t help matters against the Foxes, but Xerdan Shaqiri and Mame Biram Diouf should give them a good chance of scoring their first home goal this season.
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Conversely, Claudio Ranieri will be on cloud nine as Leicester enter the weekend sitting second in the early season standings. The Foxes have looked brilliant in the attacking third, with Riyad Mahrez looking particularly potent.
Despite their fantastic start, though, it is worth noting the visitors are yet to keep a clean sheet this season. Regardless of Stoke’s perceived problems, we can’t see that changing here.
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with Betfred
Swansea City V Everton
Sticking with the Premier League, but moving to Wales, we’re predicting another dramatic top flight encounter as Roberto Martinez’s Toffees make the trip to Swansea.
Everton will be in high spirits after last weekend’s win over Chelsea at Goodison Park while their unbeaten away record is another reason for the visitors to be confident at the Liberty Stadium. If the likes of Steven Naismith and Romelu Lukaku are in form, they should have no trouble finding the target.
However, Swansea won’t just rollover. Garry Monk’s side boast a 100% record at home thus far and have already beaten an in-form Manchester United. Despite last week’s disappointment away at Watford, strikers Andre Ayew and Bafetimbi Gomis should pose a constant threat.
The two sides shared a 1-1 draw in the corresponding fixture toward the end of 2014/15; a repeat in 2015/16 would suit us to a tee.
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with Betfred
Woking V Cheltenham Town
Our final selection comes from the Conference as two of the early season high-flyers collide at the Kingfield Stadium. If it lives up to expectations, this should be one of the games of the day as far as the non-league pyramid is concerned, and we’re hopeful that both teams will find the target.
Woking have posted 20 goals in their first 10 games of the season, including 13 in five at home. Garry Hill’s men also beat league-leading Forest Green in midweek with the in-form John Goddard taking his personal tally to seven for the season.
However, recently relegated Cheltenham shouldn’t be ruled out. Gary Johnson’s men have won four of their past five fixtures, and are up to third in the table with 18 goals so far. If they can get the ball to star men Danny Wright and Amari Morgan-Smith, the Robins should at least get on the scoresheet.
It’s hardly the greatest price we’ll ever see, but it is a selection we’d expect to see win.
BTTS Yes @ 4/7 with Betfred
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