Tuesday’s BTTS treble is a mixture of Champions League and Football League matches and we’ve pinpointed these three games as potential goal-mines as we look to land a 4/1 winner at 888sport who are offering £88 in free bets when you sign up.
We are determined to bounce back to winning ways after Norwich’s missed penalty cost us a winning treble on Saturday and are hopeful that these six sides can make amends by firing us to victory here.
AS Roma V Bayern Munich
Our first selection comes from the Champions League clash in Rome as Roma welcome Bayern to the Stadio Olimpio in a clash that could be critical to deciding who wins Group E.
With Manchester City also fighting for a place in the last 16, both sides wil be eager to make it nine points from nine and that could lead to a fascinating affair between these two great clubs. Bayern are understandably priced as the favourites but the Italians are more than capable of nicking a result, especially on home soil.
Veteran striker Francesco Totti, who became the competition’s oldest goalscorer against City, will be aiming to fire his side to success once more and, with Gervinho and Miralem Pjanic adding further attacking threat, Rudi Garcia’s men can be optimistic about their chances. If Bayern have a weakness, it is their central defenders and this is an error that the Italians can look to punish.
Nevertheless, Bayern are favourites for a reason and will pose a constant threat due to their wealth of attacking options. If Roma can score, this has a great chance of winning.
BTTS Yes @ 1.67 with 888sport
Wolverhampton Wanderers V Middlesbrough
Aitor Karanka’s Boro have stormed the Championship this season and now trail leaders Watford by just a single point following a run of seven games unbeaten. However, they could be in for a difficult night at Molineux as they take on a Wolves side who are also performing particularly well.
The home side have failed to win any of their past four games but are still seventh in the standings and sit just three points below Tuesday night’s opponents. Despite that recent deep in form, Kenny Jackett’s men have still scored in each of those matches to make it four straight BTTS winners; we would expect that sequence to continue against Middlesbrough.
Boro don’t concede that many goals but a Wolves side that boasts 17 league strikes should find a way through. However, the hosts have also conceded 14 times this term and the high-flying visitors are just as likely to find the net at some stage during the proceedings.
This could be a ferocious battle in the middle of the park and there is a chance that the two teams could cancel each other out. Nonetheless, we think that both sides can carve out chances and are backing the respective frontlines to take those opportunities with open arms.
BTTS Yes @ 1.9 with 888sport
Barnsley V Notts County
League One side Barnsley have been a delight for BTTS punters since being relegated last term and we’re backing the Tykes to be involved in another explosive encounter as they take on Notts County as Oakwell.
After a dozen league outings, Danny Wilson’s men have already scored 18 whilst conceding 19. The goals continued to flow at London Road on Saturday as they lost out 2-1 to Peterborough and they shouldn’t dry up on Tuesday, regardless of the final outcome.
Notts County themselves have hit 17 strikes this season, but a tighter defence means has enabled them to return a much greater points total and sees them currently occupying the final play-off spot – a vast improvement on their start to 2013/14.
The visitors have still shipped 10 times, though, and Barnsley will fancy their chances of finding a way through. If star man Conor Hourihane has his way, who already boasts six league goals, then the Tykes will definitely be on the scoreboard at some stage.
Whether that will be enough to secure a share of the spoils is another question altogether.
BTTS Yes @ 1.67 with 888sport
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