A packed schedule from the Football League promises to provide us with a truly Super Sunday and we’re hoping to make it extra special by landing this huge 92/1 treble on the BTTS & Win market at Coral.
These three selections will hopefully see us turn £10 into £936, which would be a phenomenal ending to a fantastic 2014.
Huddersfield Town V Bolton Wanderers
Our first selection comes from the Championship and we’re backing Neil Lennon’s Trotters to continue their improved form with a win at Huddersfield Town.
Bolton have been brilliant since the arrival of the ex-Celtic boss and the recent additions of Eidur Gudjohnsen and Emile Heskey has definitely increased their attacking options. Wanderers fans will have been thrilled to see the latter score a debut goal on Friday and will be praying for more goals from the former England striker.
However, despite Bolton’s improvements in both attack and defence, the Terriers will expect to score. The home side boast 14 goals at the John Smith’s Stadium and will fancy their chances, but have also conceded 13 and we’d certainly expect both teams to score.
Although we do think the hosts will score, it is the visitors who can leave with a vital three points.
BTTS & Bolton Wanderers win @5/1 with Coral
Gillingham V Bristol City
League One leaders Bristol City suffered a shock loss to Crewe in their previous away game before getting back to winning ways against Yeovil at Ashton Gate on Friday. The Robins will be fancied to pick up the victory at Priestfield but Peter Taylor’s Gills can certainly push them all the way.
Steve Cotterill’s men boast 20 goals on the road but have conceded 12 in the process, which is definitely a positive sign for this bet selection. The likes of Kieran Agard and Aaron Wilbraham will be eager to increase their personal tallies in this crucial fixture and that firepower could ensure that they end the calendar year atop of the League One table.
Meanwhile, Gillingham have scored 16 and shipped 15 at Priestfield. Whilst they may not suggest an away win, it does tend to make us lean towards goals – as does the fact City conceded in both games either side of Christmas. Despite leaking goals, the visitors will be expected to punish the Gills defence.
The Robins scored a 2-1 win here in November’s FA Cup clash and a similar story could well develop here.
BTTS & Bristol City win @ 29/10 with Coral
Bury V Mansfield Town
David Flitcroft’s Bury have performed remarkably well at Gigg Lane this season, winning seven of their 11 home games in League Two, and the Shakers will be expected to notch another as they take on a poorly travelled Mansfield.
However, the hosts have let in 12 goals at home this term. Additionally, it has been 11 matches since they last registered a clean sheet so the Stags can be confident of at least finding a goal. However, Adam Murray’s men have shipped 16 on the road and could be under the cosh from Bury strikers Danny Rose, Ryan Lowe and Daniel Nardiello.
Bury suffered a slight dip in form earlier this month but have seemingly recovered and will look to secure their return to the play-off places as quickly as possible. A home win here could go a long way to doing that but they may well need more than one goal to pick up the points.
Fortunately, though, the Shakers have scored five goals in their last two games alone and we think the strikers will bail out their poor defence once more.
BTTS & Bury win @ 3/1 with Coral
A £10 treble pays £936.00 with Coral