How would turning £10 into a grand sound for a Tuesday night’s entertainment? That’s exactly our aim with this BTTS & Win treble.
We’ve picked three teams from England’s top five divisions to all claim crucial victories but are also predicting that each of them will concede at some stage during the night. It’s a risky tactic, but where else are you going to get odds of over 100/1 on a treble?
It’s got to bet worth a punt!
Blackpool V Charlton Athletic
Rock-bottom Blackpool would need a miracle to survive the drop and the Championship’s worst side face another tough test as they welcome Charlton Atheltic to Bloomfield Road. Whilst points may be unlikely, the Tangerines can at least hope to find the target in front of their home supporters.
Blackpool enter Tuesday’s encounter on the back of five straight defeats, but Lee Clark’s men have at least found the target in nine of their last 10 home matches. Considering Charlton have shipped 28 on the road, the Tangerines should fancy their chances.
Nevertheless, one goal is unlikely to help the hosts claim any sort of result. The Tangerines have conceded a total of 74 goals this season, including 10 in their past four home games alone, and could be set for another difficult night against an Addicks’ side that boasts three wins in four.
It was a 2-2 draw when the teams met at the Valley but Charlton are looking a much better side now. Back the visitors to win.
BTTS & Charlton Win @ 4/1 with Coral
Exeter City V Stevenage
Graham Westley’s Stevenage have reignited their hopes of reaching the League Two play-offs thanks to an unbeaten run of seven matches. However, the Boro could be in for a shock as they head to St James’ Park as we’re backing Exeter City to edge past their in-form opponents.
The hosts are a pretty average League Two club but they are more than capable of beating any team on their day and Paul Tisdale’s men will be in good spirits following back-to-back wins. However, they did concede in both of those matches and we cannot see them keeping out an equally confident Stevenage.
Stevenage do tend to concede frequently on the road and that could be a problem against a City side that has already posted 25 at St James’ Park. The visitors did a claim a 1-0 triumph in the reverse clash but it will be a completely different scenario away from the Lamex.
It could be a close fought affair but we’re expecting both teams to adopt an attacking approach, which should in turn lead to goals. On this occasion, we’re backing three points for the hosts.
BTTS & Exeter Win @ 9/2 with Coral
AFC Telford United V Gateshead
With just eight games to save their season, Conference side Telford United appear destined for the drop as they slip further and further away from safety. Sadly, their situation could be about to take another turn for the worse as they take on play-off chasing Gateshead.
The visitors haven’t been in the best form themselves but manager Gary Mills will have pinpointed this as a must-win fixture, especially after gaining momentum with the 2-1 weekend win over Macclesfield.
However, Gateshead must be careful. Telford might struggle for points but they do tend to score goals at the New Bucks Head stadium, registering 24 from their 19 home games. Unfortunately, conceding 40 has often rendered their attacking quality futile and that could well be the case again here.
Telford were beaten 3-1 by Woking on Saturday and a similar scoreline wouldn’t surprise us in the slightest.
BTTS & Gateshead Win @ 11/4 with Coral
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