The final round of English league fixtures has arrived, and what better way to celebrate than with a huge 59/1 winner on the BTTS & Win market?
That’s exactly what we’re aiming to do with these three selections from the afternoon’s action. All we’re looking for is three wins with neither team keeping a clean sheet. It’s certainly possible, let’s keep our fingers crossed for a huge winner.
Norwich V Aston Villa
Even a change of manager hasn’t been able to improve sorry Aston Villa’s fortunes, and an awful first half of the campaign could be set for another disappointing turn of events as they make the trip to Carrow Road.
The Premier League’s bottom side have registered just five point from a possible 27 on their travels, but they have at least scored nine times in those nine matches. Sadly, a defensive record of 19 conceded has undone the bulk of those efforts and could prove to be their downfall once again against Norwich.
Alex Neil’s men aren’t exactly shining at home, but this is a fantastic chance for the Canaries to secure a vital victory. The attacking stars of Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond should be extremely confident about scoring goals against the leaky Villans, and we think they’ll pick up the win.
Norwich have conceded 10 goals in just eight home games, and may need several strikes to claim the victory. Thankfully for the hosts, Villa will probably allow them to get them.
BTTS & Norwich Win @ 7/2
Portsmouth V Luton Town
In League Two, high-flying Portsmouth have genuine hopes of winning the title and Paul Cook’s men will be eager to end the calendar year in style as they welcome Luton to Fratton Park.
Pompey are in great form recently, especially at home where they’ve won their last three games without conceding. In fact, they’ve kept shutout in their last four competitive matches here, but that record will need to end. A Hatters side that boasts 21 away goals could be a great shout to end that run.
Nevertheless, the current lack of stability at Kenilworth Road should hand the initiative to Portsmouth. Pompey have a host of attackers all capable of finding the target too, so there’s no reason to doubt their credentials against an away team that has conceded 17 times on the road.
Pompey might be pushed all the way, but we’re backing them to prevail.
BTTS & Portsmouth Win @ 13/5
Woking V Boreham Wood
In the Conference, Garry Hill’s Cards have been a little inconsistent throughout the opening half of the campaign. However, Woking will be confident about ending the calendar year on a high, especially after their recent upturn in fortunes, and should have enough quality to overcome Boreham Wood.
The hosts haven’t been brilliant overall, but it’s 26 goals and seven wins from 13 at the Kingfield stadium. Meanwhile, top scorer Dan Holman boasts 14 goals in the league while John Goddard boasts 11 too.
Luke Garrard’s visitors have endured a poor run in recent weeks, and have won just three of 12 matches on the road. It seems unlikely that they’ll end 2015 with anything other than a defeat. However, with 11 away goals to their name, they should be confident of at least finding the target against a home side that has shipped 17 on their own patch.
Even if Boreham Wood do find the target, though, it’s unlikely to prevent them from losing.
BTTS & Woking Win @ 11/4
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