Fancy ending February with over £600 profit from a £10 treble? Thought so. Well then, you best join us on this BTTS & Win treble.
We’ve picked out three clubs to win their respective matches. However, we don’t think any of them will keep a clean sheet. There’s plenty of reason to fancy all three selections, and we’re hopeful that this bet will land us a massive winner.
Leicester City V Norwich City
Claudio Ranieri’s Foes suffered a cruel late defeat at Arsenal two weeks ago, but the Foxes should bounce back against Norwich. Even if he Canaries do have reason to fancy their chances of a goal.
Norwich have scored goals this season, but Alex Neil’s men enter this clash on the back of a six game winless streak and are now precariously poised just above the drop zone. That pressure could cause them major problems against the wounded Foxes, and the likes of Jamie Vardy will be ready to pounce.
The visitors have to be positive, though, especially as the hosts will have to contend with a couple of enforced changes. Besides, Leicester’s defence has been suspect for large chunks of this season, and we’re backing the visitors to follow up last week’s two goals against West Ham with another goal here.
Sadly for the away supporters making the fairly short trip to the King Power, we don’t think it’ll be enough.
York City V Luton Town
It has been a truly awful season for Jackie McNamara’s Minstermen, and their misery hit another low as they dropped back into the relegation zone on Tuesday night. And sadly for the hosts, thing might be about to get a whole lot worse as they welcome Luton to Bootham Crescent.
The hosts have at least found the target in four consecutive matches, though, as well as winning three of their last four at home. The firepower of Vadaine Oliver and co should give them a great chance of scoring, we’re just not sure it will be enough.
That’s because the hosts have been let down by their poor defence all season. After all, they’ve leaked 58 times this season whilst the Hatters boast 25 on the road. The visitors have claimed a total of seven wins on the road and will fancy another. Nevertheless, after leaking 23 away goals, a clean sheet might be beyond them too.
Nathan Jones wasn’t in charge when the sides shared a 1-1 draw back in October. We do think it’ll be another BTTS winner. On this occasion, though, we have to fancy an away win.
Barrow V Forest Green Rovers
Our final selection comes from the Conference as Forest Green try to keep their hopes of winning the title alive. While they will be fancied to keep the pressure up on Cheltenham, they shouldn’t expect to have everything their own way against Barrow.
Adrian Pennock’s men do boast nine away wins this season. They also have the goals of Jon Parkin and Kurtis Guthrie to fire them to victory at Holker Street. Barrow won’t be frightened in attack, however, as they look to increase their tally of 23 home goals, and that could make for a spectacular encounter.
Barrow star man Andy Cook has 15 goals to his name alone overall. If they can utilise him effectively, the hosts should find themselves on the target. Sadly, a defence that has 58 league goals could be their downfall once more.
High-flying Forest Green clinched a 4-0 win when the sides last met. It should be another win for Rovers, but we do think Barrow will score.