This Saturday’s action provides the first full set of league fixtures in 2015 and we’re hoping to win big with this 72/1 treble at Coral.
We’re backing three home sides to all claim victory, but are hoping to see all of them concede at some stage. With the possibility of securing over £700 profit from just a £10 stake, it’s got to be worth a shot.
West Bromwich Albion V Hull City
Baggies fans will be hoping that last week’s 7-0 win over Gateshead is a sign of things to come in 2015 under new boss Tony Pulis and they’ll be eager to seal a first league win of the year as they welcome Hull to the Hawthorns.
Both teams are fighting bravely against the threat of relegation this season but the hosts will be hopeful that a change of management can inspire vast improvements. The Baggies do boast 13 home goals but their huge defensive problems have condemned to just two wins. Sorting out those issues will be a priority for Pulis but he can at least be confident in his attacking players, especially after last week’s cup rout.
Hull have notched 10 on the road but 14 goals conceded will have the alarm bells ringing for a side that has just one away win since the end of August. Bruce cannot rely on his defenders right now and that could be extremely problematic throughout this clash.
There are still a number of issues that Pulis needs to rectify and those weaknesses can be exploited by the visitors. However, there will be a burst of energy for the new manager’s first Premier League game in charge and we’re backing the Baggies to tame the Tigers.
BTTS & West Brom win @ 9/2 with Coral
Bristol City V Notts County
Gary Johnson’s Bristol City dropped to second place last weekend as they were preoccupied with FA Cup action, but the Robins will return to the League One summit with three points on Saturday. However, they could be in for a tough test against Shaun Derry’s Magpies.
The visitors boast one of the division’s best away forms, losing just once on the road this season, but head into this clash on the back of some terrible form. County have failed to win any of their past five competitive matches, losing four of those matches, and could be in for another difficult afternoon at Ashton Gate.
Bristol boast eight wins at home this season, scoring 19 times from 11 matches. However, the Magpies have scored 15 on the road themselves and can hope to find a way through the Robins defence. Unfortunately, for the away side, that might not be enough to secure any points.
High-flying City registered a 2-1 victory in August’s reverse fixture at Meadow Lane. We’re expecting a similar outcome here.
BTTS & Bristol City win @ 5/2 with Coral
Chesterfield V Port Vale
Staying in League One, Paul Cook’s Spireites are enjoying a fantastic campaign after gaining promotion last year. That success has been largely down to the goals of Owen Doyle and the hosts will be looking to the division’s top scorer to fire them to another three points against Vale.
The home side’s home form isn’t mind-blowing but five wins and three draws from 11 matches equals pretty solid form at the Proact. However, they will be anticipating a difficult challenge from Robert Page’s men.
Vale are in decent form themselves, winning three of their past five matches. The visitors have conceded 17 times on the road this season, though, and could be put under immense pressure from Doyle and co in this one.
This should be a tight contest, but we’re backing the home side to edge it.
BTTS & Chesterfield win @ 14/5 with Coral
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