Tuesday’s intriguing fixture list should create ample opportunity for making some money, and what better way to do it than with a huge 110/1 treble?
That’s exactly what we’re looking to do on the BTTS & Win market, and we’re backing these three clubs to provide us with the perfect start to our week.
Bournemouth V West Ham United
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth have enjoyed a far greater level of success in recent weeks and will be optimistic about sealing more points at they welcome West Ham to Dean Court. However, the visiting Hammers are enjoying a brilliant season and have every chance of continuing their fine form with another three points here.
An away defeat at Arsenal is the Cherries’ only loss in nine, and the hosts will be fancied to score, especially if they can get the ball to Glenn Murray on a regular basis. In truth, they should be quietly confident against an away side that hasn’t won any of its last five matches on the road.
It is worth noting that Slaven Bilic’s men have only lost twice on the road and have claimed notable wins at the Emirates, Etihad and Anfield. Moreover, the return of key attacking players in recent weeks should give them a far better chance of victory here and the likes of Dimitri Payet and Andy Carroll could give them the edge.
We do think the home side will score, but still think West Ham will prevail.
BTTS & West Ham Win @ 6/1
Wolverhampton Wanderers V Fulham
Championship side Fulham are one of the most consistent teams on the BTTS coupon, and we’re backing the Cottagers to be involved in another as they make the trip to Molineux. Unfortunately for the visitors, we expect their trend for losing on the road to continue too.
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Slavia Jokanovic’s side does boast goals. The partnership of Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele boast 22 goals between them and the Cottagers have now netted 17 in 12 away games in spite of winning just two. Meanwhile, they were also involved in a 2-1 cup loss at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Wolves have won three Championship matches on the spin and will be confident in spite of Saturday’s cup loss at West Ham. Even after the sale of Benik Afobe, Kenny Jackett’s men should have no trouble against a team that’s shipped 21 on the road.
Fulham are more than capable of scoring, but those defensive deficiencies could be their problem once more.
BTTS & Wolves Win @ 3/1
Morecambe V Exeter City
League Two club Exeter City will be in great spirits after Friday night’s draw with Liverpool, but that one result shouldn’t paper over the obvious cracks in their armour. Quite frankly, the combination of poor league form and an upcoming trip to Anfield could be a recipe for another loss against Morecambe.
Exeter have picked up just one point from the last 15, but Paul Tisdale’s men have scored in nine of their last 11 competitive outings. They should find the net against an away side that’s conceded 19 in 10 matches at the Globe Arena, but it might not be enough to secure any points.
Jim Bentley’s men aren’t the best side in the division by any stretch of the imagination, but they are still three places above their opponents. They can take advantage of Exeter’s poor form, and the goals of Shaun Miller can fire them to three points.
The sides shared a 1-1 draw when the sides last met towards the back end of 2014/15. We’re backing them to trade goals once again here.
BTTS & Morecambe Win @ 3/1
A £10 treble returns £1120