The BTTS & Win coupon offers the chance to win big from a relatively small stake and a small number of selections. On Saturday afternoon, we’re looking to land over £450 of profit with just three picks.
We’re backing three home sides to grab victories in their respective matches. However, we’re also predicting goals for each of the losing away sides. If it does come off, we’ll be watching the Chelsea-Spurs game with a huge smile on our faces.
Here are our selections.
Brentford v QPR
Despite scoring 21 goals in 21 games on the road, QPR have lost 11 away matches in the Championship this term. As they make the short trip to Griffin Park, they must be fearing yet another loss as they take on a strong Brentford team.
The R’s certainly have goals in their ranks, and Ian Holloway will expect to see his men score again here, especially as the home side has shipped 21 in 21 here. Having said that, the visitors have lost each of their last three games via 2-1 scorelines, which could be an accurate indication of where this one is heading too.
After all, the Bees have hit 38 home goals, winning 10 of 21 games whilst also picking up five draws. Dean Smith’s men have already beaten QPR at Loftus Road this term too, which is another huge source of inspiration.
Lasse Vibe and co. should have the firepower to see the Bees win their penultimate home game of the campaign. Let’s just hope QPR grab a consolation.
BTTS & Brentford Win @ 9/4
Bradford City v AFC Wimbledon
A place in the League One play-offs is virtually guaranteed for the Bantams, but they’ll still have every reason to fight for three points in this one as they look to complete an entire home campaign without losing a single game. Frankly, they should have more than enough quality to do just that against Wimbledon.
Stuart McCall’s men have looked even more dangerous in the attacking third since signing Charlie Wyke. Given that they’ve notched 33 goals in 22 home games this term, finishing with a flourish at Valley Parade shouldn’t be an issue. After all, the visiting Dons have shipped 27 on their travels.
Worryingly, goals have been an issue for Neal Ardley’s side in recent weeks. In fact, they enter this one having failed to score in any of their last four. However, with a wealth of attacking options at their disposal, that run should end.
In truth, though, the visitors are likely to only score once. With this in mind, the three points should be staying with Bradford.
BTTS & Bradford Win @ 3/1
Luton Town v Notts County
The dream of automatic promotion may have ended, but Luton Town will be looking to finish fourth for a preferable draw in the upcoming League Two play-offs. Three points would probably cement their top seven finish whilst keeping them in the driving seat to finish fourth, and that’s exactly what they’ll be expected to do against Notts County.
Nathan Jones’s Hatters have scored 33 home goals, and the attacking talents of Danny Hylton and co. will likely punish the defensively poor Magpies at Kenilworth Road. Notts County have shipped a massive 42 goals in 21 away games this term. Quite frankly, we’d be very surprised if that isn’t increased by at least a couple more here.
The visitors do score their far share too, though. Kevin Nolan’s men have notched a total of 27 on their travels while their last four league games overall have ended in BTTS winners too. While that run should continue thanks to the experience of their attacking players, the lack of quality should let the hosts win.
Luton should be looking to win this one, but Notts County can at least give a good account of themselves. A 2-1 or 3-1 home win would be perfect.
BTTS & Luton Win @ 13/5
A £10 treble returns £468.00