I hadn’t planned to have a BTTS bet today but once I started to have a browse at the fixtures I became more and more positive about putting a treble together for tonight. I picked up these 3 games with the minimum of fuss. They sort of pick them self actually. Have a little look and see if you agree. Let me know on our Twitter page what you think.
The treble pays just over 4/1 at Betfred and I think that’s more than fair enough. Good luck
Fulham v Leeds 7.45pm
Where do we start here. Fulham were one of the original early season BTTS stalwarts. Their first 7 games featured goals for both teams but then they hit a bit of a dry patch. 3 of their last 4 games have failed to land BTTS.
On the other hand you have to look at the positives. Fulham have failed to score in just 1 of their 5 home games to date. That was a 0-3 loss to Wolves, but Fulham were reduced to 10 men very early on 35 minutes when Tom Cairney was given his marching orders. That’s a good enough excuse to write that game off in terms of negative stats.
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It’s all chop and change at Leeds again. Uwe Rosler given the boot before they were both even in the door and replaced by mad man Steve Evans. If nothing else, the Leeds players will be looking to impress and hold down their place in the team.
Leeds aren’t actually bad when it comes to BTTS. They’ve failed to score in 2 of their 5 games away from home, but they were against the likes of Reading and Middlesbrough. They’ve hit 2 goals past Bristol City, Derby County and MK Dons.
Weighing up all these factors I believe both teams to score is definitely on the cards.
Both teams to score – 1.8 at Betfred
PSG v Real Madrid 7.45pm
I just couldn’t help myself when it came to including this game. No need to explain myself too much as people will know the prowess of both sides when it comes to scoring goals. However, I do like to share my thoughts.
December 2014 was the last time PSG failed to score in front of home fans. They are on a run of 25 games in all competitions in which they have hit the net at the Parc Des Princes. You’ve also got an on form Zlatan who has scored 6 goals in his last 5 games.
Real Madrid have scored in all but 2 of their last 20 road games in the Champions League. I can’t see PSG stopping them form scoring at least 1 goal. It’s as simple as that.
Get this game on your coupon. And watch it too if you aren’t a Red or Blue Manchester fan. It should be a cracker.
Both teams to score – 1.62 at Betfred
Galatasaray v Benfica 7.45pm
Benfica will be pleased with their start to this Champions League campaign, and I think they shocked quite a few people when they took all 3 points from Atletico Madrid away from home on matchday 2. A regulation 2-0 win against Astana on matchday 1 means they are sitting top of Group C with maximum points.
Galatasaray are in a bit of trouble already after picking up a solitary point in Kazakhstan against Astana (2-2), and then being comfortably beaten by Atletico Madrid (2-0) in Spain last time out. They need points. They need wins. Starting here.
The home side have a poor concession rate at home in the Champions League, partly due to the fact that the fans ore so expectant of victory in the Turk Telekom Arena. Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund banged 4 past them in last seasons competition, while Real Madrid hit them for 6 the season before.
Benfica will be eyeing up all 3 points here, and as mentioned Galatasaray will be trying to please the fans. It looks like BTTS all the way.
Both teams to score – 1.8 at Betfred
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