As we approach the final stretch of a fascinating domestic football season, teams up and down the country will be fighting desperately for points as they look to achieve their goals. Meanwhile, we’re looking to hit the jackpot ourselves by landing this mammoth 95/1 treble at Coral on the BTTS & Win market.
We’re backing these three teams to all clinch important victories but are also backing each of the losing teams to find the target too. With the chance to turn £10 into just under a grand, it’s gotta be worth a punt.
Bradford City V Bristol City
It has been a truly remarkable season for League One leaders Bristol City and Steve Cotterill’s men can confirm their promotion with three points at Valley Parade. The Robins will be expected to do just that, but should be prepared for a tough battle against a decent Bradford.
Back-to-back defeats has essentially ended Bradford’s hopes of reaching the play-offs but Phil Parkinson’s men are still a decent side. They have scored 25 times at home this term and should find the target again here. Sadly, though, they’ve also shipped 28 and their defence could be in for another difficult night against the rampant Robins.
Bristol City have won 11 times on the road, losing just three of 21 as they race towards the title. A return of 40 goals is also the highest of any League One club and they should fancy their chances even if they were to concede.
It was a 2-2 draw at Ashton Gate earlier in the season and we think this will be another game of goals. Nonetheless, the firepower of veteran Aaron Wilbraham could see the Robins clinch promotion. Away win.
BTTS & Bristol Win @ 19/5 with Coral
Wycombe Wanderers V Exeter City
League Two promotion chasers Wycombe Wanderers are firm favourites to join Burton and Shrewsbury in League One next term and Gareth Ainsworth’s men can put themselves on the cusp of a top three finish with a vital home win against Exeter City.
The Chairboys are four points clear of fourth-placed Bury, although both the Shakers and fifth-placed Southend do hold a game in hand. However, with games quickly running out, three points at Adams Park would be huge. Confidence should be sky high after losing just five home games all season, particularly when you take into account that Exeter were beaten 4-0 at Shrewsbury on Saturday.
Paul Tisdale’s men aren’t a bad side, though, and can cause problems for the hosts. The St James’ Park club have netted 26 on the road and still hold slim hopes of reaching the play-offs. However, 31 conceded is a sorry statistic and that could be a major problem against one of the division’s top sides.
Wycombe have leaked 23 home goals but will be pleased with their return of 28 scored. They’ve also hit two in four of their past five at Adams Park and we’d expect them to repeat that feat here.
BTTS & Wycombe Win @ 15/4 with Coral
Torquay United V Lincoln City
Goals have been a regular feature for Conference rivals Torquay and Lincoln this season and we can’t see that drying up as the pair meet at Plainmoor. However, on this occasion, we also have to edge towards a home win.
Having played a combined total of 87 matches, the two sides share 121 goals whilst they’ve additionally conceded a cumulative 127. Considering Chris Hargreaves’ men also claimed a 3-1 win at Sincil Bank earlier in the campaign, it’s hard to resist Torquay via a BTTS result.
Lincoln have scored 27 away goals this term but have lost 11 of 21 matches, leaking a massive 42 in the process. Meanwhile, Torquay boast nine wins and 33 goals at Plainmoor – it is worth noting, though, that they’ve also shipped 25.
Both teams possess natural goalscorers amongst their ranks and there should be goals. The Torquay defence appears a little more stable right now, however, and that could be the deciding factor.
BTTS & Torquay Win @ 13/4 with Coral
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