It’s Halloween, which means the run up to Christmas is about to start, and we’re looking to give our betting balance a healthy boost on Saturday with this BTTS treble.
We’ve picked six teams to all find the target at some stage during the afternoon. At odds of over 4/1 for all three games to end in BTTS winners, it has to be worth a punt.
Good luck, and happy Halloween.
Bristol City V Fulham
Championship side Bristol City were involved in a dull 0-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium on Monday, but the goals have been flowing at Ashton Gate and that trend looks likely to continue as they take on Fulham.
Steve Cotterill’s men have notched eight goals in six matches on home turf and the firepower of Aaron Wilbraham and Jonathan Kodjia should give the Robins a fantastic chance of scoring against the leaky Cottagers.
The hosts have only won once at Ashton Gate, though, conceding 11 goals in the process. Then again, Fulham have only claimed one away victory. Kit Symons’ men have scored nine, but also conceded nine, over the course of six matches on the road. Meanwhile, five of those matches have brought goals for both teams.
Goals have been a common feature for both of these sides. We don’t expect that to change here.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6
Notts County V Portsmouth
Paul Cook’s Portsmouth have been brilliant on the road this season, and enter this week’s trip to Meadow Lane with an unbeaten away record. However, the League Two title-chasers should be prepared for a tough test against a very capable Notts County.
The visitors have scored 11 goals on the road, winning five of their seven matches. But it is worth nothing that five of those matches have ended in BTTS winners. While attackers Matt Tubbs and Adam McGurk should fancy their chances of goals, they might need to score several times to claim the points.
That’s because the hosts have hit an impressive 11 goals on home turf. Manager Ricardo Moniz will be eager to see Izale McLeod and co cause some problems for the high-flying visitors, especially as attack has to be their best form of defence.
Pompey will be fancied to win, but the hosts can push them all the way. It’s unlikely to be a nine-goal thriller, but there should be plenty of action.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6
Lincoln City V Bromley
Newly promoted Bromley have undoubtedly been the surprise package of this year’s Conference National, and have been one of the most exciting outfits throughout English football. The drama looks set to continue on Saturday as they look to give an equally goal-hungry Lincoln a fright.
Mark Goldberg’s men have notched 17 goals in nine away matches this term, but will be worried by the fact they’ve conceded 21. Seven of the last eight have ended in BTTS winners and the likes of Moses Ademola and Louis Dennis should give them a great chance of scoring.
Meanwhile, Lincoln have been a firm favourite on the BTTS coupon for a long time now. They’re unbeaten at Sincil Bank in 2015/16, scoring 16 times from just eight matches. However, a goals against tally of eight will give the visitors reason for optimism, and the Imps might need more than one goal to claim the win.
The winner could jump into the play-offs, which should serve as great motivation. If it lives up to expectations, it could be one of the most exciting fixtures of the day. We’re backing both teams to score.
BTTS Yes @ 4/6
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