Fancy turning £10 into £810? That’s exactly what we’re trying to do on Saturday with this huge 80/1 treble on the BTTS & Win coupon.
For those who are unfamiliar with this coupon, we are essentially backing three teams to win their respective matches without keeping a clean sheet. It’s not an easy bet, but at those odds it’s always worth a punt.
After all, you only need one winner in the season to turn a profit. Let’s hope it comes courtesy of these selections.
Hull City V QPR
The highlight of the day’s Championship action sees two of last year’s relegated Premier League sides do battle in the early season promotion race as Steve Bruce’s Tigers welcome QPR to the KC Stadium.
Both teams have started 2015/16 in good scoring form, with Hull posting 10 and the visitors hitting 13 from the opening seven rounds of matches. If that wasn’t enough reason to believe that there will be goals, the presence of Charlie Austin, Abel Hernandez and Chuba Akpom certainly will.
While both teams will be fancied to score, the fact QPR can’t seem to defend should give the Tigers an edge. Chris Ramsey’s visitors have leaked 12 goals already this season, and we can certainly see that tally being extended here.
Last season’s Premier League contest saw the hosts clinch a 2-1 victory; a similar result wouldn’t surprise us one bit.
BTTS & Hull City Win @ 7/2
Rochdale V Scunthorpe United
Back in March, Keith Hill’s Rochdale secured a 3-1 win when Scunthorpe United visit Spotland. As the sides clash for the first time in 2015/16, we’re expecting a similar story to develop between the League One rivals.
Dale have suffered a slight dip in form over the past week or two, but they’ll be relatively pleased to enter this weekend’s encounter sitting inside the play-offs. They can fire another signal of intent by beating their inferior opponents here. After scoring six in their three home games thus far, there’s no reason to doubt their ability in the final third.
Conversely, Scunthorpe are conceding far too regularly on the road. Mark Robins men have already leaked seven times away from Glanford Park. On a brighter note, they’re three goals suggest that they are capable of finding the target and the attacking threat of Paddy Madden could be the key to seeing that part of this selection win.
We’re expecting the hosts to prevail. Let’s just hope that the visitors score too.
BTTS & Rochdale Win @ 7/2
Halifax Town V Southport
Our final selection comes from the Conference as fellow strugglers Halifax and Southport do battle in what already looks like a crucial battle at the Shay.
Both teams enter the weekend’s action inside the dreaded bottom four, but it’s Neil Aspin’s men that will be expected to clinch a vital three points on Saturday. They won last year’s corresponding fixture via a comfortable 3-1 scoreline, and the hosts will be expecting more of the same here.
Halifax might be short of form, but they have at least found the net one eight occasions at home. Moreover, the in-form Jordan Burrow will fancy his chances of a goal against an away defence that has leaked seven on its travels already.
Paul Carden will be worried by his side’s lack of goals on the road. However, they will take heart from the fact Halifax have yet to keep a clean sheet in 2015/16. Nevertheless, we’re backing the home win.
BTTS & Halifax Town Win @ 3/1
A £10 treble returns £810.00