Every punter loves the thought of landing a mammoth winner, and the BTTS & Win coupon is probably your best shout. A simple £10 treble has the potential to win hundreds or even thousands. That’s exactly what we’re hoping to do on Saturday with this huge 114/1 attempt.
At this stage of the season, all teams are out for goals, which should hopefully help the BTTS part of these selections. Let’s just hope that our three chosen teams all score vital victories too. If they do, we’ll be celebrating over £1,100 of profit.
Now that can’t be bad.
Blackburn Rovers v Huddersfield Town
Despite a rather subdued season, Blackburn Rovers have actually enjoyed a pretty solid season at Ewood Park, registering seven wins and seven draws from their 20 matches so far. There’s no reason to think they can’t register another positive result against a Terriers side that’s lost 10 times on the road.
Rovers have scored in each of their last six home games, winning four of them. Supporters must feel a little short changed after seeing a partnership of Rudy Gestede and Jordan Rhodes morph into a duo of Danny Graham and Simeon Jackson. Nevertheless, the hosts have more than enough quality to punish a Huddersfield defence that’s conceded 32 away goals.
The visitors have scored 23 in those 20 matches, though, and will be looking to Nahki Wells for further inspiration here. Sadly, even if they do score, we think the Terriers could be on the end of an other poor result.
We fancy a 2-1 home win. At 4/1, this selection is well worth a punt.
BTTS & Blackburn Win @ 4/1 with Coral
Colchester United v Peterborough United
League One side Colchester have turned a corner in recent weeks. Sadly for Kevin Keen, it’s come all little too late and that run of 10 points from 12 is going to count for very little. Worse still, we think their run will come to an end this weekend as they take on Graham Westley’s Peterborough.
This season, Colchester’s defence has been like a McDonald’s meal: it looks relatively decent on paper, but is terrible in real life. The Eagles have shipped a massive 87 goals this term and that is going to be the chief reason for their imminent relegation.
The visitors haven’t been in great form, but Marcus Maddison and co will fancy their chances against that poor home defence. Nevertheless, Posh’s own vulnerabilities could leave the door open for the hosts to find the target, as they have in five of their last six.
Back in August, Peterborough won the reverse clash 2-1. A repeat of that result on Saturday would suit us just fine.
BTTS & Peterborough Win @ 18/5 with Coral
Stevenage v Newport County
A difficult season for Stevenage and Newport will almost certainly end in smiles as survival is now virtually sealed for both clubs. That lack of pressure will hopefully lead to an attacking game at the Lamex on Saturday, but don’t be fooled into thinking points won’t be important.
The travelling Welshmen will be desperate to end their run of five straight defeats but, after failing to score in four, Warren Feeney’s men will first be looking to simply find the target. In truth, they shouldn’t have too many problems against one of the weakest defences in the division.
Stevenage have improved, slightly, under Darren Sarll, though. Five points from 12 isn’t exactly title-winning form, but it should give them confidence heading into this one. They might need to score more than once to bag the points. Fortunately, we think they are more than capable against the out-of-form County.
We’re predicting another disappointing afternoon for the visitors. But at least they should find a return to the scoreboard.
BTTS & Stevenage Win @ 4/1 with Coral
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