Our weekend BTTS treble is a Saturday afternoon special that returns £62 from a £10 stake. For the three games we’ve selected, that looks great value for money.
We’re not concerned with the outcomes. As long as all six teams score, we’ll be celebrating a winning start to the month with over £50 profit. Here are our selections.
Watford v Southampton
Southampton turn their attentions back to the Premier League following last weekend’s cup final heartache, and the Saints could in a slightly vulnerable position as they head to Vicarage Road. But even if the Hornets do sting Claude Puel’s men with a goal or two, the visitors have every chance of hitting back just as hard.
A 4-0 win at Sunderland in their last league outing shouldn’t paper over the cracks, but the Saints are looking dangerous in attack thanks to the quick settlement of January signing Manolo Gabbiadini. The visitors will fancy their chances of increasing their tally of 14 away goals, not least because Watford have shipped 18 at home.
Goals have been a common feature for Walter Mazzarri’s men at home, with four of the last five league games here ending in BTTS winners. Despite Mauro Zarate’s injury, they still have goals in their goals in attack and midfield. They should capitalise on a team that will be down following last Sunday.
It’s hard to predict a winner in this one, but goals should be on the cards.
BTTS Yes @ 39/40 with 888sport
Fulham v Preston North End
Goals have been an extremely regular occurrence at Craven Cottage this season, with Slavia Jokanovic’s men scoring 31 of 53 goals scored here in just 16 matches. We have no reason to think the drama will stop as they take on Preston.
Fulham still have a shout of reaching the play-offs, and three points here would go a long way to boosting their hopes. Given that they’ve picked up 10 points from the last possible 12, and have the likes of Chris Martin and Tom Cairney to provide the goals, they should be confident.
Having said that, Preston are in equally great form with 10 points from their last four games. Simon Grayson’s men will also be holding onto the slim hopes that the play-offs are possible, and will look to Callum Robinson and Jordan Hugill for inspiration against the often leaky Cottagers.
Fulham picked up a 2-1 win in the reverse clash. Whether they pick up the three points again or not, we expect another BTTS winner.
BTTS Yes @ 10/13 with 888sport
Accrington Stanley v Barnet
A four game unbeaten run has seen struggling Accrington Stanley establish a little gap above the League Two drop zone, but they know that there’s still some work to do if they want to retain the EFL status next term and will be desperate to take another step towards survival on Saturday.
While they certainly have a chance, they shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way against Barnet. The Bees haven’t been in great form, but they have scored in every away league game this term while John Akinde will always be a threat for the visitors.
Nevertheless, the visitors have conceded 24 times in 17 away games while their form has seen them fall to 12th in the table. Meanwhile, the fact that Accrington’s last four have all ended in BTTS winners would suggest another game of goals here.
John Coleman’s men certainly have the bigger incentive to chase the win and should find the target. Nonetheless, given their record this term, we still see Barnet scoring too.
BTTS Yes @ 10/13 with 888sport
A £10 treble pays £62.00 with 888sport