Fancy starting the month with £927 profit from a £10 treble? That’s exactly what we’re looking to do with this BTTS & Win treble.
We’re backing three teams to begin February with a a bang, but without keeping a clean sheet. We went close a couple of times last month, let’s hope we can seal the big jackpot here.
Crystal Palace V Bournemouth
Alan Pardew’s men have endured a difficult time of late, losing four Premier League matches on the spin. However, Saturday’s cup win over Stoke will have rebuilt some confidence for the Eagles and they’ll be eager to follow that up with a league victory over Bournemouth.
Crystal Palace can be confident too. As well as now boasting the added firepower of Emmanuel Adebayor, the hosts should be fancied to score against an away side that has leaked 22 in just a dozen away matches.
Eddie Howe’s men have performed well on the road in recent weeks, though, and the Cherries will have no fear ahead of the trip to Selhurst Park. Benik Afobe has looked particularly impressive during the early stages of his Bournemouth career, and that should give them a chance of goals.
The sides shared a goalless draw at Dean Court on Boxing Day. We’re expecting plenty more action this time, though, and we’re backing the home side to prevail too.
BTTS & Palace Win @ 4/1
Wolverhampton Wanderers V Bolton Wanderers
Wolves have suffered a slight dip of form over the past fortnight, but Kenny Jackett’s pack should be ready to pounce as the Championship’s bottom club visit Molineux.
The hosts have found the target in 10 straight league games, and they should have no problem extending that run against an away side that has conceded 31 times in just 14 matches on the road. Those problems, combined with well-documented issues off the pitch, will make it a very difficult test for Neil Lennon’s side.
Bolton have at least scored in there straight competitive matches, though, beating MK Dons in their last league outing. Moreover, they can take confidence from September’s 2-1 win in the reverse clash.
On this occasion, however, Wolves should have enough firepower to overcome the Trotters.
BTTS & Wolves Win @ 11/4
Shrewsbury Town V Southend United
In League One, Southend United finally got back to winning ways with an impressive 3-0 win over Coventry at the weekend. Phil Brown’s men will now be hoping to resurrect their play-off push with another three points at Shrewsbury.
The Shrimpers are certainly capable of scoring, netting two or more in four of their last five away trips. The likes of Dave Mooney and Noel Hunt should fancy their chances against a Shrews side that has shipped 21 in 14 home games.
However, the hosts have scored 15 in the right end at the New Meadow. With Southend conceding 17 on the road, Micky Mellon’s men should at least score. Whether that’ll be enough to secure any points in another question altogether.
Both teams should score. Let’s just hope that the visitors grab the win.
BTTS & Southend Win @ 4/1
A £10 treble pays £937.50