Fancy continuing the festivities by turning £10 into £800? We’ve got a 79/1 treble lined up for Boxing Day afternoon that will hopefully do just that.
A simple £10 bet will return a massive £800 if our three teams win without keeping shutouts. There couldn’t be a better way to start the final week of the year.
Swansea City v West Ham United
Slaven Bilic will be hoping that his side have finally turned the corner thanks to successive wins at the London Stadium. However, the Hammers have been far from consistent on the road and cannot afford to take this trip lightly – even if it is against the struggling Swans.
The Hammers did pick up a 2-2 draw at Anfield in their last away outing, and now have 10 goals in eight on the road. Given that Swansea have conceded 16 in just eight at the Liberty, the visitors can be confident. With Andy Carroll and others back in action, goals shouldn’t be an issue.
Despite those home clean sheets against Burnley and Hull, the Hammers are far from convincing at the back. Bob Bradley’s hosts have scored 13 home goals at home too, which should give them every reason to fancy their chances of finding the target.
Nevertheless, it’s West Ham who are in the ascendancy right now and we’re backing them to seal an important victory.
Huddersfield Town v Nottingham Forest
Goals have been a regular theme for Phillippe Montainer’s Forest in the Championship, and we have every reason to think there will be more as they head to the John Smith’s Stadium here. On their travels, however, the majority of those goals tend to be in favour of the hosts.
Conceding 21 goals has seen the Reds lose seven of 11 matches on the road in spite of the fact that Nicklas Bendtner and co. have scored 14 at the right end. Conversely, Huddersfield have won seven home games, scoring 14 in 10.
The Terriers have plenty of firepower in the form of Nahki Wells and Ellia Kachunga while the manager’s decision to turn down Wolfsburg to stay in Yorkshire should give the promotion-chasing hosts a huge boost of momentum too.
Forest are still likely to score, but Huddersfield are more than capable of replying with a few goals of their own.
Newport County v Portsmouth
A disappointing draw at home to Hartlepool has left Pompey facing a lot of work if they are to climb back into the automatic promotion spots but the League Two club couldn’t ask for a better game to get back to winning ways as they take on rock-bottom Newport. Having said that, they shouldn’t expect to have things entirely their own way at Rodney Parade.
The visitors are unbeaten in six away games and should be confident about sealing another three points here. While they aren’t the most frequent scorers on the road, Conor Chaplin and Michael Smith should have enough quality to cause problems for the struggling hosts – who have shipped 16 on home soil.
Newport do boast 11 goals from their nine home games, however, so they should score. However, the fact they’ve won just once on home soil paints a pretty clear picture of how Graham Westley’s men are performing.
An away win looks likely, but the hosts can give them a battle.