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To clinch the big payout, we just need three teams to win their respective matches without keeping a clean sheet. Our selections come from the Championship, League Two, and National League. So, let’s keep our fingers crossed for an epic winner.
Bristol City V Sunderland
Championship side Bristol City have struggled for form in recent weeks but they remain in the play-off places heading into this weekend’s action. A home win against sorry Sunderland would give them a serious boost, and the Robins should be expected to prevail.
Lee Johnson’s men managed a 2-0 win against QPR in their last match at Ashton Gate while they certainly have a number of potential goal sources too. The hosts boast 22 goals in 15 home matches thus far, scoring in 10 of the last 11 home games in all competitions. Given their extra quality and home advantage, they will target three points.
Despite winning just three of 15 away games this term, goals haven’t been a problem for the Black Cats. A return of 17 goals suggests that Chris Coleman’s men will score. Unfortunately, 29 conceded, including minimal improvement under the new boss should give Bristol City a lot of confidence.
We’re backing a home win, but do think the visitors will grab a consolation.
BTTS & Bristol C win @ 3/1 with Coral
Barnet V Notts County
After being humbled in the FA Cup on Tuesday night, Kevin Nolan’s Magpies turn their attentions back to League Two action and will be desperate for a big response. A trip to the Hive should give them the perfect opportunity to bounce back in style.
The promotion-chasing visitors have scored an impressive 52 goals this term, including 20 in 14 away matches. The likes of Jon Stead, Shola Ameobi and Lewis Alessandra should be fancied t grab a few goals against a team that sits bottom of the EFL, especially as the Bees are winless in eight.
Barnet do have the quality to score goals and Graham Westley’s men will look to capitalise on any vulnerability that may be shown by the visitors following that midweek hammering. Even so, it’s hard to see them resisting County’s superiority.
The Magpies picked up a 2-1 win in the reverse clash. A similar outcome on Saturday would suit us perfectly.
BTTS & Notts C win @ 16/5 with Coral
Ebbsfleet United V Solihull Moors
Having failed to score in three consecutive league matches, Daryl McMahon’s Ebbsfleet will be desperate to bounce back with a win on Saturday against lowly Solihull. However, given the away side’s impressive recent form, it certainly won’t be easy at Stonebridge Road.
The home side’s lack of form has left them facing a real uphill battle if they want a top seven finish, but three points on Saturday could help reignite their hopes of promotion. Having already clinched a 3-1 win against their opponents on the road, the likes of Danny Kedwell and Jack Powell should be quietly confident.
Solihull have enjoyed a great start to the calendar year and now have a serious chance of avoiding the drop thanks to a run of four wins in their last five. This should give Mark Yates’ men a good chance of scoring in Kent. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of weaknesses in the away team, and they are due a defeat.
With home advantage on their side, we’re backing Ebbsfleet to find a return to winning ways, even if Solihull are likely to score.
BTTS & Ebbsfleet U win @ 18/5 with Coral
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