Fancy turning £10 into £600 with a simple Saturday afternoon treble? Our BTTS & Win selections may be just the ticket.
At this stage of the campaign, goals should be a common feature up and down the country. Let’s hope that this is the case in our three selected matches, in which we’re backing teams from the Premier League, Championship, and League Two to claim victories in spite of conceding.
Here are our selections. Good luck!
Stoke City v Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are in the middle of a fierce battle for Champions League football, and conceding a late equaliser against Bournemouth has caused damage. However, the Reds are still in the top four as things stand and will be eager to hold onto that status, starting with a big win at the Stadium.
Goals haven’t been a problem for the Merseysiders. In fact, they are the division’s highest scorers, and will be looking to the in-form Philippe Coutinho to provide further inspiration here. With Stoke entering the clash on the back of three straight defeats, the away side should have enough quality to win.
Liverpool have shipped 39 goals this season, though, while Mark Hughes’s Potters have scored 19 at home. Then again, given that the hosts have only scored twice on one occasion in their last five home games, it’s hard to see them hitting several past the Pool.
Stoke can still score, especially as Liverpool’s last six have been BTTS winners. One way or another, though, we’re backing the visitors to find their way to three points.
BTTS & Liverpool Win @ 11/4
Wigan Athletic v Rotherham United
Relegation from the Championship has already been confirmed for Rotherham and Wigan might not be too far behind them. However, the Latics still have a small chance of surviving, which is why this is a must win fixture for the hosts.
The hosts haven’t been the most frequent scorers by any stretch of the imagination, but their attacking players should be quietly confident against a Rotherham defence that has conceded a massive 90 goals this season – even tif the hosts have had a couple of injury problems.
Rotherham haven’t been scoring goals in recent weeks, but have shown that they are more than capable of doing so throughout the campaign and will see this as a great opportunity to get on the scoresheet. Given that there’s no pressure on Paul Warne’s Millers either, we expect to see an away goal.
This is a clash between two very poor defences and we expect that to show. On this occasion, though, the added urgency should allow the hosts to prevail.
BTTS & Wigan Win @ 11/4
Doncaster Rovers v Mansfield Town
The League Two leaders can confirm their promotion with victory at the Keepmoat on Saturday afternoon against Mansfield, and that will be the aim for Darren Ferguson’s in-form Rovers as they take on Mansfield. However, they shouldn’t expect to have everything their own way in what is still a testing fixture.
Doncaster will still be extremely confident on a ground where they’ve lost just one of 20 league games this term. With John Marquis and co. posing a constant threat in the attacking third, there’s no reason to think they’ll fail to score at least two goals here.
The hosts have shipped 18 in those matches, though, which could leave the door open for the visitors to find the net. After all, the Stags have hit 19 goals 19 games on the road. Having said that, they have conceded 26, and those vulnerabilities are likely to be punished.
Mansfield did pick up a 1-1 draw in the reverse clash and can be expected to score once more. At the Keepmoat, though, the champions elect should be in for a magical afternoon – even if they do concede.
BTTS & Doncaster Win @ 10/3
A £10 treble pays £608.90