The busy festive schedule continues on Sunday with another full set of fixtures and we’re looking to win big with this 5/1 treble.
We correctly predicted three matches on Boxing Day to win £34 profit and we’re hoping to bag another £51 here.
Alternatively, add an extra two selections to make this a five-fold and qualify for BetVictor’s acca insurance promotion.
QPR V Crystal Palace
Our first selection comes from a crucial London derby at Loftus Road, where both QPR and Crystal Palace will be confident of clinching a vital Premier League win.
Harry Redknapp’s side have really struggled on the road but are performing very well in west London. A dramatic turnaround against West Brom in their last home game made it 17 points from a possible 27 at Loftus Road but only three of those games saw the Hoops register a clean sheet.
Meanwhile, the Eagles could pose an extra threat following the sacking of manager Neil Warnock and that may make them a more dangerous proposition for the R’s to handle. Goals haven’t come to regularly for the visitors but they have found the net in two of their last three league outings and we’d expect them to keep that good form going here.
QPR’s last three matches have ended in BTTS winners and the goals are flowing at either end. Back both teams to score in this London derby.
BTTS Yes @ 4/5 with BetVictor
Bradford City V Notts County
Phil Parkinson’s Bradford have now found the net in 11 consecutive matches and will be confident heading into Sunday’s showdown with Notts County but the visitors will provide a real test for the League One play-off hopefuls.
The Bantams boast 14 goals from 11 league matches at Valley Parade but have also shipped 16 in that same period. However, despite conceding on a regular basis, the hosts enter this clash on the back of an eight-game unbeaten streak in all competitions so there is no reason to think they can’t score against an away side that has failed to win any of its last four.
On the other hand, Notts County will be equally confident as they are yet to lose a league game on the road. In fact, Shaun Derry’s side are the only side in the division to still possess that tag and they will be eager to increase their tally of 15 away goals here.
Last year’s contest ended in a 1-1 draw at Valley Parade. A similar result would suit us just fine.
BTTS Yes @ 17/20 with BetVictor
Carlisle United V York City
Brunton Park has been a hotbed for entertainment this term and the drama should continue on Sunday as Keith Curle’s side host York.
The Cumbrians have really struggled since being relegated to the basement league but they have at least scored 19 goals over the course of 11 home games. Confidence will be high after registering back-to-back wins either side of Christmas and the likes of Kyle Dempsey and Derek Asamoah will be eager to shine.
However, Carlisle have shipped 18 home goals so Nigel Worthington’s visitors can be optimistic. The Minstermen have scored 14 on the road but have also leaked 16 during their 11 away games. Goals are a regular feature for both sides this season and that should continue at Brunton Park.
A win could be huge for the winner as each side looks to climb away from the bottom two. Expect an action-packed thriller between two relegation rivals.
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with BetVictor
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