How do you like the sound of turning £10 into £950 with one bet? Good, right?
Well that’s exactly what we’re aiming to do on Saturday with the BTTS & Win treble courtesy of the day’s Football League action. Odds of 94/1 for a treble have got to sound appealing. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for a huge weekend winner.
> Man United to win 7/1
> Liverpool to win 12/1
You even get a £20 free bet if you lose!
Birmingham City V Bristol City
St Andrew’s has seen some pretty gloomy times over the past couple of seasons, but Birmingham City have started the new season in pretty solid form. The Blues will be expecting to continue their unbeaten run as they entertain newly promoted Bristol City. However, the hosts might still have a battle on their hands.
Gary Rowett will be pleased with the way his side have started the campaign. While goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszcak has looked solid, so have the defenders in front. The only real concern for the Blues is a lack of goals from their strikers. Fortunately, the rest of the team has chipped in. However, the likes of Clayton Donaldson will fancy goals against the Robins.
Bristol City were brilliant in League One last term, and have certainly got goals in them. However, the visitors have struggled to cope with the step up. Steve Cotterill’s men are capable of causing an upset, but we’re just not sure they’ll achieve it here.
Nevertheless, the Robins can score on Saturday. We are backing the home win, but think the visitors will at least have one thing to cheer.
BTTS & Birmingham City Win @ 4/1
Scunthorpe United V Coventry City
It has been a tremendous start to the new season for Tony Mowbray’s Coventry, and the Sky Blues make this weekend’s trip to Glanford Park sitting second in the League One standings. It won’t be easy against Scunthorpe, but there is no reason they can’t continue their sparkling early season.
That will be particularly true if teen sensation Adam Armstrong can continue his incredible start to the season. The youngster already boasts five league goals this term. With the likes of Marcus Tudgay and James O’Brien scoring goals for fun too, the visitors certainly have enough firepower to cause problems for the hosts.
Meanwhile, Mark robins’ men enter this contest on the back of a four-game winless streak. Worryingly, it includes a damaging home defeat to Blackpool last weekend. While striker Paddy Madden will always pose a threat, it doesn’t look overly promising for the hosts.
Away win. But we do think the home side will score.
BTTS & Coventry City Win @ 15/4
Exeter City V Hartlepool United
Our final selection comes from League Two and we’re backing a game of goals as Exeter welcome Hartlepool United to St James’ Park.
However, it is worth noting that Hartlepool’s great early form seems to have ended following three straight defeats. On a brighter note for the visitors, they do still boast great firepower in Billy Paynter and will always be fancied to score.
Nonetheless, Ronnie Moore’s men are in bad form and the hosts can take advantage. The Grecians boast 10 goals already this season, including seven in three home games. Paul Tisdale’s men will also be in great spirits after that stunning win over Leyton Orient last week, and they should have no problems finding the target again here.
Hartlepool won both of last season’s encounters via 2-1 scorelines, but we think the roles will be reversed on Saturday. The goals should remain, but the outcome looks like changing. At 3/1, it could be a cracking shout.
BTTS & Exeter City Win @ 3/1
A £10 treble returns £950.00