Fancy turning £10 into £53 by backing six teams to find the target on Saturday? Then we’ve got the bet for you.
We’re backing three games to end in BTTS winners and, with a potential payout of over 4/1, it’s well worth a Saturday punt.
Here are our selections!
KPV v Honka. 3PM
When looking at the defensive records of the top two in Finland’s Ykkonen, Saturday’s crucial showdown doesn’t exactly stand out as a BTTS winner. But a quick glance at their respective scoring forms suggests that there could be goals galore.
Visiting Honka boast 11 goals in six away games this term while they also scored three times in Monday’s home win over Gnistan. Even against a home side that has conceded just five times at the Kokkolan, the attacking qualities of Jean Carlo, Kaspar Liikonen, and Joni Korhonen should be fancied to score.
The visitors are in great form defensively too, conceding just twice on the road. However, the fact that KPV have hit 13 in six home games could put them to test. Jarmo Jorhonen’s men have scored seven in their last two alone, so expect goals from them.
Both sides are currently locked on 24 points and score goals for fun. Do not be surprised if there is a score draw on the cards.
BTTS Yes @ 8/11
Aalesund v Molde. 5PM
Norwegian rivals Aalesund and Molde are both in the hunt for Europa League qualification, and a big result in this one could underline a huge signal of intent from the winner. It’s certainly set to be an intense affair, so let’s just hope it’s full of goals.
Aaelsund hit five in their last home game and will be eager for more through the likes of Mostafa Abdellaoue and Lars Veldwijk. While Molde are one of the division’s top sides, the fact that the visitors have shipped 12 on the road is another inevitable source of optimism.
Molde do score goals themselves, though, hitting nine in eight away games while they enter the clash having scored seven in their last three overall. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are more than capable of finding the target here, and should punish a hone side that’s shipped eight in seven at the Color Line Stadion.
Recent matches between these two have often been tight. Nonetheless, given their attacking qualities, we’re backing a BTTS winner.
BTTS Yes @ 4/7
Atletico GO v Vitoria BA. 8PM
Results have been difficult to come by for Brazilian side Atletico Go, but the strugglers have at least scored seven in just six games at the Estadio Olimpico Teixiera. Frankly, they should have every chance of increasing that against a poorly travelled Vitoria.
The hosts would leapfrog their opponents to climb off the bottom with three points on Saturday, which should provide a huge incentive for Everaldo and co. Given that the visitors have leaked nine in five away games too, a home goal looks likely.
Atletico have conceded seven in those six home games, though, while their current league position could leave them jittery at the back. Vitoria have hit five in five in five on the road while three of their last five aways have been BTTS winners. Frankly, that should be a recipe for goals.
It’s unlikely to be the highest scoring game but the poor defences give us every reason to expect goals, especially as this is a potential win for both sides.
BTTS Yes @ 19/20
A £10 treble returns £53.00