We are looking to build on our 44/1 treble winner we landed a short time ago by predicting this weekend, the match result where both teams score. We are running out of games quick to land another big priced winner, but we are confident about this weeks treble. Have a look…
West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur -12.45pm Saturday
Spurs to win and BTTS is 5/2
West Ham have lost their last four matches and manager Sam Allardyce is under considerable pressure by the fans to leave at the end of the season. Big Sam needs to turn results around in these last two games and will surely get some fans on side with a victory against the clubs biggest rivals. The Hammers will be fully fired up for the challenge and are unlikely to be shut out entirely despite playing a side of significant quality. It is a derby game and the atmosphere should be electric at Upton Park. Andy Carroll is almost up to speed with his match fitness and the East London side will be looking for him to deliver goals. Despite a fifth defeat in a row looking likely for the Irons, I expect a goal from them in a heated 90 minutes.
Tottenham have been picking up results under Tim Sherwood and last weekend they were able to grind out a narrow victory away to Stoke where only a few teams come away with maximum points. Spurs will have to show similar determination here but will take confidence from West Ham’s recent record which has seen them concede in each of their last ten games which is unusual for a side that relies on clean sheets for points.
Manchester United v Sunderland – 3.00pm Saturday
Manchester United to win and BTTS is 7/4
Caretaker manager Ryan Giggs will be incredibly disappointed if he doesn’t make it two wins from two as his Manchester United take on relegation scrappers Sunderland at Old Trafford. Since Giggs has taken over from the unpopular David Moyes, the vibe around the club has improved massively which resulted in the Red Devils destroying Norwich City 4-0 last weekend. The attacking football which was on show is likely to be the message once more before the Welsh manager sends out his side at the Theatre of Dreams, so expect goals from the likes of Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and if rumours are correct we may well be seeing the return of Robin van Persie. Could the mood at the club get any higher?
United wont be the only confident side on the Old Trafford pitch this Saturday, Sunderland have plenty to smile about in recent weeks and will fancy their chances of leaving Manchester with some points. Fabio Borini, Adam Johnson and Conor Wickham are playing some great football at the moment for Guy Poyet which has seen his outfit catapulted into a position of safety in the Premier League. Just last weekend they thrashed relegation rivals Cardiff City 4-0 at the Stadium of Light and there seems to be many goals in this side all of a sudden. Based on recent performances there is no reason why the Black Cats won’t find the back of the net this weekend.
Millwall v AFC Bournemouth – 12.15pm Saturday
Millwall to win and BTTS is 3/1
It has gone down to the final game of the season with Millwall’s safety not yet guaranteed but with the Lions currently outside the bottom three, a win against Bournemouth will see them competing in the Championship once more in August. Ian Holloway has turned fortunes round in recent times for Millwall and has seen his side undefeated in their last seven games. Wall will also take confidence when looking at Bournemouth’s leaky defence who have failed to keep a clean sheet for eight games now. I expect plenty of goals, in the reverse tie there were seven with the Cherries coming out on top 5-2 but that was in October and with so much riding on this for the London club I am predicting a Millwall win.
Bournemouth have nothing to play for now, after their dream of a Play Off place ended last weekend. Nonetheless, the Cherries have been one of the teams of the season, after being tipped for relegation have been consistently excellent all season with a late surge almost getting them that sought after 8th place. I can certainly see Bournemouth scoring as Millwall push forward for the win, leaving plenty of gaps in behind. AFC have scored in each of their last nine games which makes great reading for our bet and I expect the South Coast club to have more chances than most games here to fire home.