Tuesday’s football offering serves up a selection of matches from the Champions League, Football League and Non-League. We’re looking to get our week off to a bang with this 7/2 BTTS treble at BetVictor.
At this stage of the season, point are crucial both domestically and in Europe. Hopefully these six teams will all find the net to provide a fantastic winner.
Alternatively, you can add an extra two selections to bump it up to a five-fold and qualify for BetVictor’s acca insurance.
Manchester City V Bayern Munich
It’s last chance saloon for Manchester City’s Champions League ambitions and Manuel Pellegrini’s men have no choice but to seek the victory tonight. That could lead to goals galore against a Bayern side that has already qualified as Group E winners.
The Germans do have a couple of notable absences, including captain Philipp Lahm, but they’re attacking threat will still pose problems throughout for the Citizens and their lack of pressure could help them play with a freedom that will create chances.
However, that could also leave them slightly exposed at the back – an area which is still their one weakness – and City should look to capitalise on this. If they can create the chances for Sergio Aguero then there is no reason they can’t punish the Bavarians.
This is a clash between two of Europe’s best attacking sides, let’s hope they don’t cancel each other out. It ended 3-1 in the corresponding fixture last term and we’re predicting much of the same here.
BTTS Yes @ 3/5 with BetVictor
MK Dons V Rochdale
In League One, the MK Dons are looking to give their promotion bid another push by making it three wins on the spin on Tuesday. However, they could have their work cut out against a very decent Rochdale.
Dale’s return of 19 away goals is the highest of any League One side and, in Matt Done and Ian Henderson, additionally boast one of the division’s most deadly duos. No team has won more away games than Keith Hill’s men, but they have also conceded 10 times on the road.
As for the Dons, Saturday’s 1-0 win over Port Vale was the first BTTS loser at the Stadium:MK in five matches, which highlights their penchant for goals at either end. Karl Robinson’s squad boasts a number of players capable of finding the net but those defensive issues could prove to be their downfall as they bid to reach the Championship.
This is a very difficult contest to predict the outcome of. One thing we can be optimistic of, though, is goals.
BTTS Yes @ 13/20 with BetVictor
Bristol Rovers V Barnet
Martin Allen‘s Bees have been sensational so far this season and are well on course to win the Vanarama Conference title. However, the trip to Bristol Rovers is one of the hardest of the campaign and we think they’ll be pushed all the way by Darrell Clarke’s Pirates.
The hosts haven’t adapted to life in the Conference quite as effortlessly as they’d have hoped but they are doing OK and should still challenge for a play-off spot at the very least. That is majorly down to their home record, where they’ve lost just once, and the extra incentive to raise their game should inspire them in front of a big crowd.
Barnet are nine points clear at the top, although that could change if Woking win their games in hand, but are now starting to leak goals quite frequently. In fact, the Bees have shipped in each of their past four matches and Rovers are more than capable of continuing that theme at the Memorial Ground.
Nevertheless, you simply cannot overlook Barnet’s attacking threat. A return of 49 goals in 22 games is simply phenomenal and we cannot see them firing a blank against the Pirates. Back both teams to score.
BTTS Yes @ 31/40 with BetVictor
A £10 treble pays £46.86 with BetVictor