Fancy turning a £10 stake into over £770 with a simple BTTS & Win treble? This might be the bet for you.
We’ve picked three teams to win their games without registering a shutout between them. After hitting a couple of huge winners in 2016-17, a winner on Saturday would guarantee profit for the entire 2017-18 campaign too.
Let’s just hope our picks can do the business.
Leicester City V Brighton & Hove Albion
Both Leicester and Brighton would have considered themselves unlucky to lose their respective opening Premier League fixtures and will be enter this one with high hopes of securing their first points. With this in mind, a game of goals looks likely.
The Foxes may have shipped four at the Emirates, but they did score three of their own. Craig Shakespeare’s men certainly have the attacking quality to score goals. Jamie Vardy and Shinji Okazaki are already off the mark for the campaign while Kelechi Iheanacho and Riyad Mahrez are quality too.
Brighton will be eager to grab their first Premier League goal and will certainly have a better chance than they did against Manchester City. Still, the Seagulls are up against here and the step up in quality could see their defence put under threat from start to finish.
Still, we do think they’ll grab a goal, even if they don’t secure any point.
Bolton Wanderers V Derby County
It’s been a fairly disappointing start to the season for Derby, who boast just four points from three Championship matches. The Rams have still shown some quality and will be expected to pick up pace over the coming weeks. A trip to newly promoted Bolton could be the perfect opportunity to do just that.
The visitors picked up a 1-1 draw in their first away outing at Sunderland, which isn’t a bad result considering, and can expect to go one better here especially after Gary Rowett’s grabbed their first win on Tuesday night against Preston. With the firepower of Chris Martin, Dave Nugent, Matej Vydra, and Andreas Weimann among their ranks, scoring two goals or more shouldn’t be out of the question.
As expected, the Trotters have found the step up to Championship fairly difficult. A 3-2 loss in their opening home game against Leeds probably gives an accurate idea of where they are at. Adam Le Fondre and co. give Phil Parkinson’s men a decent chance in the attacking third, but their main issues come at the back.
There’s a good chance that those two factors will show again here. Back both teams to score, with Derby edging a vital three points.
Maidenhead United V Ebbsfleet United
National League rivals Maidenhead and Ebbsfleet have both been among the goals during the early stages of 2017-18. There’s a good chance that the goals will continue to flow as they meet at York Road.
Maidenhead’s opening two home games have seen them finish both sides of 2-1 scorelines. Ebbsfleet, meanwhile, have been involved in two BTTS on the road, which have brought a total of 10 goals. Frankly, that should all point to goals for both sides here.
Last year’s National League South champions actually lost last year’s corresponding fixture, although they did win the reverse clash, with both ending in BTTS winners too. Right now, though, the goals of David Tarpney could make all the difference. With that in mind, we’re backing the hosts to prevail.
Still, with Danny Kedwell and co. in their attacking arsenal, Ebbsfleet should at least grab a consolation.