Both Teams to Score Tips BTTS Treble Sunday 6th December – Follow Our Euro Picks

BTTS Treble Sunday 6th December – Follow Our Euro Picks

This week’s Super Sunday hardly looks brilliant in the UK with only one Premier League game coming from St James’ Park so I’ve been travelling further afield to find us a tasty Both Teams to Score treble from Sunday’s action:

Willem II vs Cambuur

There’s only really one place to start looking for a Both Teams to Score pick on a Sunday my friends and that’s the Eredivisie. The pick of the bunch in my opinion is the earliest of 4 games as Willem II take on Cambuur in Tilburg at 11:30AM. It’s a tale of two struggling sides this season as they sit 4th and 2nd from bottom respectively and for the visitors especially who have shipped 38 goals in just 14 league games, the future looks bleak.

The last time Cambuur won a top flight game was in April 2015 and it’s been 51 weeks since they last won an away league game. They’ve kept just 1 clean sheet in 15 games in all competitions this season in a 0-0 home draw with Twente but have averaged over 1 goal per game themselves so they are capable. They’ve managed to find the net in 6 of their last 7 league games, but have also conceded in all of those.

Cambuur may be in shocking form, but this weekend they travel to a Willem II side who are hardly setting the world alight. A 1-3 away win at Twente last weekend was a decent performance and a 2-2 draw before that against PSV wasn’t too shabby either.

I would fully expect them to find the net here against a woeful Cambuur, but given that Willem II have conceded in all 7 of their home games this season, I can’t see it being to a nil scoreline.

Both meetings last season resulted in both teams finding the net and with both needing the points this weekend I’m expecting a goal fest.

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Lokeren vs Kortrijk

Next up we travel to the Belgian Pro League as Lokeren host Kortrijk at the Daknamstadion. The visitors were impressive in the cup on Wednesday evening knocking out last years’ finalists Anderlecht in a 4-2 win to secure a Quarter Final tie with Standard Liege.

That win made it 6 without loss for Kortrijk who are slowly starting to sneak up the table and a win here could close the 7 point gap between themselves and Anderlecht who face a tough trip to Gent this weekend.

Kortrijk have proven that they can outscore some of the best sides in this league, but their inability to defend has been the cause of so many dropped points. In their 6 game unbeaten streak they’ve managed just 1 clean sheet and in 8 games away from home this season their solitary clean sheet came against a struggling Mechelen.

Lokeren are no doubt a weaker side and with no win in 4 games they come into this in poor form, but they are perfectly capable of finding the net. They’ve scored in 7 of their 8 home games this season including goals against the likes of Club Brugge and league leaders Gent but their problems too lie in defence with their solitary clean sheet at home this season also coming against the aforementioned Mechelen.

Their meeting here last season finished 1-2 with Kortrijk picking up all 3 points and a similar result this Sunday wouldn’t surprise me.

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Thun vs Basel

My final selection comes from Switzerland as league leaders Basel travel to Thun. Now you may look at the league positions and form and see this as a walkover for the visitors, but Basel just haven’t convinced me defensively this season.

Away from home they’ve managed just 1 clean sheet in 8 league games but what really makes me like this bet is the types of sides they have conceded against. The bottom of the Swiss Super League in reverse order reads; Zurich, Vaduz, Lugano, Thun with the latter being today’s opponents for Basel sitting 4th from bottom. Against all 3 other sides, Basel have failed to keep a clean sheet on their travels this season, so simple reasoning says that will happen again (if only it was that easy!).

Thun haven’t been entirely convincing on the goalscoring front this season but they are usually a decent goalscoring side and a 1-2 win at Sion last weekend will definitely instil confidence in a hit and miss team.

Thun found the net in a 3-1 loss at Basel back in August and they have a fantastic record against Basel at home scoring in 9 of their last 10 meetings here at the Stockhorn Arena. I just have to include it and hope that Thun can finding the net as Basel scoring is all but a formality.

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