It’s the final weekend of Football League fixtures, so we’ll be hoping to end the campaign in style by following up last weekend’s winner with another BTTS treble.
We’re focusing on the final set of Championship fixtures for our 7/2 treble. While it wouldn’t be our biggest win of the season, we’d gladly accept another boost in profit. A dramatic campaign in the second tier has been kind to us this year, let’s keep our fingers crossed for one final boom.
Just remember that the games do kick-off at 12:30PM. So don’t miss out!
Blackburn Rovers v Reading
It’s been a strange campaign for Blackburn both on and off the pitch. At Ewood Park, their results have been consistently inconsistent, but the one thing we can expect to see when Rovers are involved is goals.
Rovers haven’t been quite as reliable as they were last term, especially since losing Jordan Rhodes to Middlesbrough. However, a return of 26 goals does make for positive reading, especially against an away team that’s leaked 36 on the road.
Brian McDermott’s return to the Madejski has gone about as well as a late night hook up with an ex, but his Royals will be eager to give the travelling supporters something to cheer by increasing their tally of 26 goals on the road. Considering that Blackburn haven’t registered a clean sheet in four home games, the visitors have very reason to fancy their chances.
Blackburn fans won’t exactly lose sleep over the prospect of losing Paul Lambert to Celtic this summer, although the thought of Dim Sherwood joining might. Their players can at least make them smile in this end of season fixture. But we do think Reading score too.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11 with BetVictor
Huddersfield Town v Brentford
Goals have been flowed at the John Smith’s Stadium this term, with Huddersfield scoring 32 and conceding 28 from 22 matches. We have no reason to think the trend will end as they welcome Brentford in this end of season dead rubber.
Four of Huddersfield’s last five home games have ended in BTTS winners, as did the 4-2 Brentford win at Griffin Park earlier in the season. Meanwhile, the Bees have notched 34 on the road, conceding 36 in the process.
Neither side will be leaving the division, and that freedom will hopefully see Huddersfield’s Nahki Wells and Brentford’s Lasse Vibe get lots of opportunities. If they do, they should gobble them up quicker than Steve Bruce at a buffet.
There’s always a chance that the meaningless nature could result in a borefest, but we think this one will be an exciting contest. Let’s hope there will be goals at both ends.
BTTS Yes @ 8/15 with BetVictor
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday will appear in the play-offs and Carlos Carvahal’s men will be looking to enter them with an unbeaten streak of five matches behind them. While the Owls have more than enough attacking quality to make that happen, they shouldn’t expect things all their own way at Molineux.
The visitors do boast a number of great attacking options, including Gary Hooper and Fernando Forestieri. Meanwhile, the confidence of last week’s 3-0 win over Cardiff can give them an extra boost too.
Wednesday have shipped 26 away goals, which will gives Wolves optimism as the hosts look to end their season on a high. It’s 24 for and 25 against for Kenny Jackett’s men at home whilst they’ve also registered 10 draws from 22.
Could that point towards a 1-1 draw? We certainly won’t complain if it does.
BTTS Yes @ 7/10 with BetVictor
A £10 treble returns £45.00 with BetVictor