Last weekend’s winning 43/1 treble gave us a second huge winner since Christmas, meaning that we are guaranteed to finish the campaign with a serious amount of profit on the BTTS & Win coupon. Can we complete a perfect hat-trick on Saturday?
Once again, we’re backing three teams to win their respective matches but without keeping a clean sheet. With a chance of turning a £10 stake into £945, it’s got to be worth a punt!
Here are our selections.
Coventry City v Bristol Rovers
Coventry City may have had some decent news off the pitch over the last few days regarding stadium issues, but they’re definitely going down to League Two in spite of beating Port Vale on Tuesday night. We expect Bristol Rovers to underline those sentiments once more.
The Sky Blues have scored 18 goals in 19 games at the Ricoh this term, which will give them optimism in the final third against an away side that’s shipped 36 on the road. If Kwame Thomas and co. are presented with the chances, they are more than capable of scoring. In truth, though, it’s hard to see them scoring more than once.
That there could be Coventrys downfall. The visiting Pirates are hardly the division’s best travelled side, but they have notched 22 away goals and are still in the hunt for a play-off spot. Given that they’ve won three of their last four, Darrell Clarke will expect to see his side make their quality known.
Rovers registered a 4-1 result in the reverse game. They might not score quite so freely here, but we do expect a similar match outcome.
BTTS & Bristol Rovers Win @ 16/5 with William Hill
Blackpool v Hartlepool United
In League Two, Gary Bowyer’s Tangerines have put themselves back in contention for a play-off spot thanks to a fantastic run of form in recent weeks. Another win on Saturday could potentially see them climb into the top seven, but they shouldn’t expect to have everything their own way against Hartlepool.
The hosts do have a good home record, and boast 31 goals in 18 games. That type of firepower should give them a fantastic chance in the attacking third, especially as the visitors have leaked a massive 39 on their travels. Having said that, the visitors are in good form too.
In fact, Hartlepool are now eight points clear of the drop zone thanks to a run of three wins in five while they’ve also scored 23 on the road in total. That should give them the confidence needed to find the net at Bloomfield Road, the real question is whether it will be enough to see them avoid defeat.
On this occasion, we’re predicting that it won’t. Back the hosts to survive a scare to give their play-off hopes a boost.
BTTS & Blackpool Win @ 11/4 with William Hill
Solihull Moors v Barrow
Damson Park has been a regular source of goals throughout 2016-17, with Solihull scoring 30 times but conceding 29 in their 18 matches so far. Given that their last three matches have all ended in BTTS winners with at least three goals, there should be plenty of drama in this one too.
Visiting Barrow have been involved in some exciting games on the road too, with 18 matches bringing 22 goals for and 24 against. The visitors will be well up for this one too as they are still hoping to make a late charge for the play-offs. Byron Harrison and co. should be able to find the target.
Paul Cox’s men have lost three on the bounce away from home in all competitions, however, and those defensive vulnerabilities could leave the door open for Solihull to pounce.
The reverse clash ended in a 2-1 win for Barrow. On Solihull soil, though, we’re backing the Moors to grab three points. However, they may well need more than one goal to get them.
BTTS & Soihull Moors Win @ 5/1 with William Hill
A £10 treble returns £945.00 with William Hill