The BTTS coupon has been very kind to the GGT in 2015, and we’re hoping to end the year with another bang courtesy of this Monday afternoon treble.
Once again, we’ve picked out six teams to all find the target at some stage during the afternoon’s drama. At odds of over 4/1 at Betfred, it would be a great way to sign off for the calendar year.
Charlton Athletic V Wolverhampton Wanderers
Championship side Charlton Athletic might be facing a relegation scrap, but goals have still been a regular feature at the Valley and the Addicks can fancy their chances in this final game of the year against Wolves.
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Karel Fraeye’s men have notched 13 goals in their 11 home games. The attacking talents of Vetokele, Ricardo Vaz Te and co should give them a great chance of finding the target again here – especially against an away side that has leaked 18 on the road.
Wolves have scored 16 at the right end, though, and Kenny Jackett’s men will see this is a great chance for more points away from Molineux. The visitors have been involved in a lot of BTTS winner recently too, which is another reason to fancy this selection.
Last season’s corresponding clash ended in a 1-1 draw. A repeat scoreline on Monday would suit us just fine.
BTTS Yes @ 10/11 with Betfred
Burton Albion V Swindon Town
In League One, promotion favourites Burton Albion will be determined to end a fantastic 2015 in fitting style with another three points at the Pirelli. However, the Brewers shouldn’t expect things all their own way as they take on one of the division’s in-form sides.
Nigel Clough has settled well in his second spell at Burton, and the hosts should be confident after winning seven and losing just one of their 11 home games. They’ve also scored 19 goals in that period and should be expected to keep up their good form in front of goal against a Swindon side that has conceded 18 times on the road already.
However, the Robins have also managed 15 away goals. More importantly, their form over the last couple of months has been that of a top six side, and they’ll be expected to continue their fine start under Martin Ling with another strong performance here.
We do expect Swindon to score. Whether that will be enough to secure any point is another question altogether.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11 with Betfred
Southport V Barrow
Our final selection comes from the Conference, where Southport have been a completely different team since appointing Dino Maamria as their new manager. After a difficult start to the campaign, the Haig Avenue club are slowly pulling themselves towards safety and would love to end the year with another three points here.
The hosts will at least be expected to score given their recent run of form, particularly as Barrow have shipped 33 goals in just 13 away games. If Southport can provide the service to star man Louis Almond, they have a great chance of sealing another crucial victory.
Barrow will be optimistic about scoring, though. The vistors have only scored 12 away goals, but the fact Southport are conceding an average of two per game at Haig Avenue should give Paul Cox’s men hope. After all, they have found the target in five consecutive away matches.
We’d have to edge towards a home win, but do think the visitors will find the target too. Back both teams to score.
BTTS Yes @ 8/13 with Betfred
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