Fancy celebrating your Tuesday night by turning £10 into £692? Of course you do!
That’s exactly what we’re hoping to do with our three selections on the BTTS & Win market. Our picks come from the night’s Football League and Champions League action. We’re quietly optimistic about this treble, let’s keep our fingers crossed for a huge early week boom.
BATE Borisov V AS Roma
Group E is easily one of the most exciting of this year’s Champions League, and matchday two should be thoroughly exciting. Rudi Garcia’s Roma will be eager to build on a positive draw with Barcelona by registering their first win on Tuesday night. However, they should expect to be tested at the Borisov Arena.
The Italians warmed up for this contest with an emphatic 5-1 win over Carpi at the weekend, and confidence will be high as they make the trip to Belarus. Even without Francesco Totti and Edin Dzeko, the visitors should still enjoy a strong presence in the final third and will fancy their chances against a home defence that shipped four in Leverkusen two weeks ago.
BATE’s defensive issues extend back to last term, where they conceded 24 times over the course of their six group games. On a brighter note, the Belarusians have only fired one blank in their last 15 outings on home soil.
Aleksandr Yermakovich’s men should expect to score. Nonetheless, we’re backing Roma’s added quality to shine through.
BTTS & Roma Win @ 10/3
Gillingham V Fleetwood Town
Justin Edinburgh’s men might have suffered back-to-back defeats on the road, but the Gills have been faultless at Prietfield and will be looking to find a return to winning ways as they take on Fleetwood.
The hosts have won all four home matches this term, scoring an impressive nine goals in the process. With Bradley Dack and Luke Norris scoring goals too, there’s no reason for Gillingham to think they won’t register the three points.
However, they shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way. Graham Alexander’s men have scored five on the road, although it is worth noting they’ve also conceded eight en route to three defeats from four.
Fleetwood’s last four games have all ended in BTTS winners and we can’t see that ending here. Nevertheless, it’s hard to see them ending a five-game winless streak against a formidable host.
BTTS & Gillingham Win @ 3/1
Leyton Orient V Carlisle United
Last week, Keith Curle’s men took Liverpool to penalties on a memorable night at Anfield. But the Cumbrians suffered a hugely disappointing defeat to Newport on Saturday, and could be set for more heartache as they make the trip to Brisbane Road.
The visitors aren’t in the best form, but they do score a fair few goals. All four away league games have ended in BTTS winners, and there’s no reason to think that trend will end against an O’s side that is starting to concede on a more frequent balance.
Nevertheless, Ian Hendon’s men will be utterly determined to end their recent poor form and can take advantage of the poor Cumbrians’ defence. The hosts have drawn each of their past three games 1-1, but Jay Simpson and Paul McCallum can fire them to three points here.
It’s set to be a passionate affair in London, and the two attacking units will fancy their chances against unsure defences. On this occasion, though, home advantage should see the O’s prevail.
BTTS & Leyton Orient Win @ 3/1
A £10 treble pays £692.80