Well, well, well. What can we say? Four straight winning BTTS trebles and hopefully plenty of profit for our readers!
After hitting three straight 9/2 winners, which was then followed by Saturday’s 6/1 triumph, confidence is naturally very high. Nevertheless, we must reiterate that followers should stick to their staking plan and not go overboard simply because we’re on a fantastic run.
Here at Goals Galore Tips we are concerned with long-term profits. Hopefully we can keep the winnings coming with Tuesday’s selections, which all come from action in the Capital One Cup.
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Burnley V Sheffield Wednesday
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with Ladbrokes
Our first selection comes from Turf Moor and we’re backing plenty of goals as Premier League new-boys Burnley host Championship side Sheffield Wednesday.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Clarets have had trouble adapting to life in the top flight when it comes to results but there has still been positive signs from Sean Dyche’s men. Whilst the Capital One Cup is hardly a priority for the hosts, a win would provide a morale boost ahead of this weekend’s league clash with Manchester United.
Nevertheless, they have conceded in both matches so far and a clean sheet may be hard to come by for the Clarets – especially as Dyche is likely to ring a number of changes to his starting XI.
Conversely, the Owls are flying high in the Championship and remain unbeaten after five matches However, they shipped two against Middlesbrough on Saturday and Stuart Gray’s men will do well to keep a shutout at Turf Moor.
Goals are a common feature when these two sides meet. The last eight matches at Turf Moor have ended in BTTS winners, whilst both head-to-head meetings in 2013/14 also saw both teams find the target.
If the tempo is quick early on, we could be in for a glut of goals.
Swindon Town V Brighton & Hove Albion
BTTS Yes @ 4/6 with Ladbrokes
League One side Swindon have won two from two at the County Ground this term and will be hopeful of causing an upset against an improving Brighton.
The visitors started the season quite poorly but new boss Sami Hyypia is starting to see positive signs from the Seagulls and back-to-back wins over Leeds and Bolton have certainly created brighter skies down in East Sussex. However, they will still need to perform well to get a result against the Robins.
Mark Cooper’s men are one of the more reliable sides in League One and should give their Championship rivals a real contest. In strikers Michael Smith and Andrew Williams, the Reds can be optimistic of goals.
Nevertheless, the Robins will need to be at their best to keep out a Brighton side who hit two goals in each of those back-to-back league wins. We can expect to see the visitors attack their League One opponents and that should hopefully lead to plenty of chances, although it could also afford Swindon with a few opportunities of their own.
We’re backing the visitors to edge this encounter, but do think Town will push them all the way.
Walsall V Crystal Palace
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with Ladbrokes
The Eagles have seen their early season plans thrown into disarray thanks to the shocking revelations surrounding the departure of Tony Pulis, and subsequent search for manager, but the Londoners can gain temporary comfort with a strong performance at the Bescot.
Palace may have lost both Premier League fixtures so far but they have at least scored on each occasion and the visitors should have little trouble making it a hat-trick against the Sadlers, even if they do rest some of the more senior faces.
However, you cannot overlook the off field issues at Selhurst Park and that should give the League One side reason to believe they can cause an upset here. Dean Smith’s side may have been involved in two 0-0 results already this term but the other three encounters all ended in BTTS winners, including their last home clash which was a 2-1 defeat to Leyton Orient.
Walsall and Palace are particularly low in confidence right now and a midweek win would be very welcomed for either side. That should lead to an exciting affair and hopefully will bring goals at both ends.
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