Wycombe failing to score at home to Morecambe ruined last weekend’s treble, so I’ve avoided English teams this weekend and picked out an all-Euro football treble. As always, only ever gamble what you can afford to lose and good luck.[ninja-inline id=3937]
1860 Munich v Union Berlin
We’ll start in Bundesliga ll with an 1860 Munich team that’s won BTTS Yes bets for us both last Saturday and the Saturday before. After drawing 1-1 away to Fortuna Dusseldorf last weekend, 1860 Munich still occupy fifteenth place in an eighteen team league and, level on points with the third bottom team, need to win at home this weekend to increase their chances of avoiding the drop. In terms of notable stats, five of 1860’s last six home games have seen both teams score for an 83.3% BTTS Yes strike rate.
Union Berlin are currently tenth in the Bundesliga ll standings and have nothing to play for. The good news, in theory, for us is that their last four games have seen both teams score so they don’t appear to have totally given up just yet. Stats wise, four out of Union’s last six home games and 4/6 away have resulted in both teams scoring to make up a 66.7% BTTS Yes strike rate in each category.[alert style=”warning”]BTTS Yes @ 31/40 with BetVictor[/alert]
Sevilla v Real Madrid
Unai Emery’s Sevilla defeated Eibar 3-1 away midweek to maintain their ridiculously efficient BTTS Yes strike rate of 83.3% in their last six road games, with about 13/14 the real figure if we dig deeper. Undefeated at home having even come back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Barca a few weeks ago, Sevilla do not concede that much at home, but then they don’t play Real Madrid every week.
Sevilla’s 66.7% BTTS Yes strike rate with four of the last six overall La Liga games seeing both teams score is 5/6 and 83.3% if we add Europa League games, while head-to-head against Real Madrid, it’s 4/6 overall again and 4/6 specifically at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Seville.
I don’t have any impressive, or just good enough, BTTS Yes stats to reel off with regards to Real Madrid’s last six games, home or away, but they did concede first in a 4-2 win at Celta last weekend and I wouldn’t be surprised if they failed to win in Seville this weekend. What would be a surprise is if both teams didn’t score in a game that’s usually enthralling, full of cards and goalscoring chances.[alert style=”warning”]BTTS Yes @ 1/2 with BetVictor[/alert]
Sporting Lisbon v Nacional
We’ll finish with a rare trip into Portugal and its Primeira Liga as third placed Sporting Lisbon face Nacional in a game they have to win to avoid being totally ruled out of the title race. Really, nine points adrift of leaders Benfica – who seem extremely unlikely to lose three of their last four games – Sporting’s best hope is finishing second to gain automatic entry into next season’s Champions League, but even that’s a big ask with Porto six points ahead of them.
Anyway, regardless of whether Sporting’s season is virtually over or not, both teams have scored in five of their last six games to make up an 83.3% BTTS Yes strike rate, alongside 4/6 specifically at home (66.7%). Their opponents this weekend, eighth placed Nacional, have also seen five of their last six games result in both teams bagging at least one goal each for that same 83.3% BTTS Yes strike, with a too good to ignore 6/6 away making up the perfect 100%.
[alert style=”warning”]BTTS Yes @ 21/20 with BetVictor[/alert]
A £10 treble potentially returns £54.58 with BetVictor
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