Fancy turning £10 into over £430? With a little bit of luck, our Saturday BTTS & Win treble will be just the ticket.
We’re backing three sides to all win their respective matches, only without keeping a clean sheet. At odds of well over 40/1 on a treble, that has to be worth a punt!
Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City
Bob Bradley’s men will be in great spirits following last weekend’s dramatic win against Crystal Palace, and the Swans will fancy their chances of finding the target as they head to White Hart Lane on Saturday. However, this will be a huge step up in quality for the visitors, and we do expect it to show.
Tottenham have been in terrible form, winning just one of their last 10 competitive matches but their performances haven’t been bad in the league, even when they lost at Stamford Bridge. Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and co. are more than capable of bouncing back in style with three crucial points here.
After all, Spurs have won four of their six home league matches while Swansea have lost four of their six on the road. The visitors have scored six times on their travels, though, whilst Gylfi Sigurdsson will be extra motivated against his former team.
Swansea can take advantage of Tottenham’s current wobbles by scoring. Nonetheless, it’s hard to see Spurs failing to find a return to winning ways.
BTTS & Tottenham Win @ 15/8 with William Hill
Burton Albion v Rotherham United
It hasn’t been a fantastic few weeks for Burton Albion, but the Brewers will be more than happy if they finish the Championship season where they currently stand. Registering three points against Rotherham would go a long way to boosting their cause, and a home clash against rock bottom Rotherham is the perfect opportunity to do it.
Nigel Clough’s men have performed pretty well at the Pirelli, winning four and drawing two of their eight games, and that sort of form should translate to a home win against the division’s worst side. If Jackson Irvine and Lukas Adkins have their way, coring goals certainly shouldn’t be an issue against a team that has leaked 28 in just nine away games and is currently without a manager following Kenny Jackett’s resignation.
It’s impossible to overlook Rotherham’s defensive record, but they have at least scored eight on their travels. The firepower of Daniel Ward, Peter Odemwingie, Dexter Blackstock, and Isaih Brown gives the Millers plenty of attacking options too. Given that Burton are hardly the strongest team in the Championship, an away goal looks likely.
Unfortunately for the visitors, the hosts will be expected to score at least a couple too.
BTTS & Burton Win @ 11/4 with William Hill
Plymouth Argyle v Newport Argyle
At Home Park, it’s an all-League Two affair as Plymouth take on Newport for a place in round three of this season’s FA Cup, and both teams will view it as a fantastic opportunity. With this in mind, we’re expecting nothing less than intense drama from the start.
Derek Adams has seen his side lose three games on the spin but the Pilgrims will fancy their chances against a team sitting rock bottom of the Football League. The Welsh visitors did enjoy a temporary upturn in fortunes, but a run of two straight defeats appears to have ended any momentum gained.
Nevertheless, goals in nine of their last 10 competitive fixtures will give Graham Westley’s men every reason for optimism, especially in a game that they’ve got nothing to lose in. Jon Parkin and co. are capable of scoring, but those defensive weaknesses could well be their downfall once more.
Plymouth have already beaten Newport in BTTS winners twice this season, expect them to complete the hat-trick.
BTTS & Plymouth Win @ 3/1 with William Hill
A £10 treble pays £432.00 with William Hill