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Having hit a huge winner on Boxing Day and going close a couple of times since, we have every reason to believe our BTTS & Win treble can provide another massive celebration. We just need our three chosen teams to win without keeping a shutout.
That has to be worth a punt.
Stoke City v Manchester United
Jose Mourinho’s men may have seen their winning streak come to an end against Liverpool, but the Red Devils are still enjoying a fantastic unbeaten run and will be determined to give their top four hopes another serious boost with three points at the stoke Stadium. However, it might not be easy against the Potters.
The Red Devils have won six of their 10 away matches this term, scoring 15 goals in the process while Zlatan Ibrahimovic is setting individual records too. With the likes of Marcus Rashford, Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial, and Juan Mata all chipping in too, they shouldn’t face too many problems in the attacking third.
Stoke are enjoying another decent season under Mark Hughes, though, and have 13 goals at home. They can be quietly confident about scoring for a sixth Premier League game on the spin, and will be hoping Marko Arnautovic and co. provide the magic that produced an important 3-1 away win at Sunderland last week.
While we think the hosts will score, United are in great form right now. It might be tight, but we’re backing the Red Devils to win.
BTTS & Manchester United Win @ 11/4 with William Hill
Rochdale v Oxford United
In League One, Rochdale’s home form has been nothing short of incredible as Keith Hill’s men boast 10 wins from 13. While Oxford United will be aiming to give them a run for their money on Saturday, the hosts have every chance of tasting victory once more.
Dale have scored 28 goals in those 13 games, and their home form is the sole reason they currently sit in the play-offs. Given that Oxford are down to 13th following a run of just two wins in seven, Ian Henderson and co. should fire the hosts to three points here.
Oxford have scored 14 times on the road, however, and are on a run of scoring in four straight games in all competitions. With Chris Maguire and Rob Hall in attack, they’ll have every chance of extending that run. Whether that’ll be enough to secure any points, however, is doubtful.
After all, the hosts have won each of their last 10 league games at the Crown Oil Arena. Back them to make it 11 even if Oxford score.
BTTS & Rochdale Win @ 10/3 with William Hill
Sutton United v Eastleigh
Tuesday night will go down as one of the most memorable in Sutton’s history, and the National League outfit would love to follow it up with a big win against Eastleigh on Saturday. Unfortunately, the hangover of those emotions, combined with the away side’s quality, leaves us siding with the visitors.
Eastleigh aren’t in best form, which has probably ended their hopes of reaching the play-offs. However, they’ve only lost four of 14 away games this term and should be quietly confident in this one, particularly as Sutton tend to concede even at home.
The home side’s form at Gander Green Lane is pretty strong and they should score at some stage. However, it’s hard to imagine a quiet midweek for Paul Doswell’s men. Moreover, they’ll already have one eye on Leeds, which could cost them against the Spitfires.
Both teams should find the target. And under the circumstances, we’re predicting a win for the visitors.
BTTS & Eastleigh Win @ 5/1 with William Hill
A £10 treble pays £974.30 with William Hill