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Teams are now beginning to find their feet and we’re backing these three clubs to all win their respective matches. However, we do think that each of them will concede. If our predictions are right, we’ll be laughing straight to the bank come 5PM.
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Bournemouth V Leicester City
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth will be on cloud nine after last weekend’s historic first ever Premier League win, and the Cherries will be confident about scoring a first goal at Dean Court against the Foxes. However, we’re not sure that will be enough to secure them any points as they take on one of the division’s in-form sides.
Leicester’s form towards the end of last season has continued into this campaign in spite of a managerial change, and the visitors will be confident about sealing another three points here. If strikers Jamie Vardy and Riyad Marhez are in form, it’s hard to see the Foxes not scoring.
After all, Bournemouth did concede three against a pretty tame West Ham United last week. While their four-goal haul at Upton Park was amazing, Howe’s men cannot rely on that firepower to bail them out on a regular basis.
The Cherries should get their first home goal of the campaign, but they’re unlikely to stop the rampant Foxes.
BTTS & Leicester City Win @ 5/1 with SkyBet
Colchester United V Scunthorpe United
It might be early doors, but it’s already looking like a long season ahead for Tony Humes and his Colchester Untied side. Unfortunately, their situation could be set to take another turn for the worse as they take on Scunthorpe at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
The U’s have claimed just two points from a possible 12, and will be bereft of confidence following a 4-0 loss at Fleetwood last week. While Scunthorpe aren’t the strongest of opponents, the visitors will be confident of goals and will be looking to the impressive Paddy Madden to fire them to a crucial three points.
Mark Robins’ men should score goals, but they have to be careful at the back. Colchester are hardly the most potent side, but their urgency for goals could make them a threat. Nonetheless, we can’t see the Eagles creating too many chances and the visitors are more than capable of limiting them to one.
The last three head-to-head meetings have ended in BTTS winners and we think goals will be a theme of the day again. On this occasion, though, we’re backing Scunthorpe to take advantage of the vulnerable hosts.
BTTS & Scunthorpe United Win @ 4/1 with SkyBet
Hartlepool United V Carlisle United
Despite losing back-to-back competitive matches over the week, it has been an impressive start to 2015/16 for Ronnie Moore’s Hartlepool. While they might be pushed all the way by visiting Carlisle United, we’re backing the hosts to claim a fourth win of the season at Victoria Park.
The addition of Billy Paynter has made a huge difference for the hosts and his attacking presence could be key against a poor Cumbrians defence. The visitors have already leaked 10 goals in just four league games this season. If they commit the same defensive errors that they did at Plymouth, it could be a long afternoon for Mark Gillespie between the sticks.
However, Keith Curle’s men can take confidence from the fact they’ve scored in all six competitive matches this term and the in-form Jabo Ibehre will be confident about continuing his incredible form in front of goal.
Carlisle should find the target, but they are really struggling at the back. Home win.
BTTS & Hartlepool United Win @ 7/2 with SkyBet
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