Fancy turning a £10 stake into the best part of £48 to wash away the international break blues? We’ve got three selections to hopefully help you do it.
With no action in the top leagues, with picked games from League One, League Two, and the National League. We’re not bothered about the scores, we just want to see all six find the target.
Gillingham v Peterborough United
League One rivals Gillingham and Peterborough are equally good for goals at both ends of the pitch. With that in mind, the neutrals will expect to see plenty of action on Saturday at Priestfield, leading to a BTTS winner.
Posh’s 39 games have produced 108 goals that are split right down the middle. Meanwhile, each of the last three games involving Grant McCann’s team have ended in BTTS winners. The firepower of Craig Mackail-Smith, Tom Nichols and Marcus Maddison should give the visitors a great chance of scoring, but their defensive weaknesses could be a cause for concern.
After all, Gillingham have scored 51 goals this season themselves. On the other hand, they have shipped 67 including four in each of their last two. In fact, they’ve now conceded at least twice in five straight games, which is why a shutout seems unlikely in this one.
Nonetheless, the hosts are more than capable of finding the target too. A repeat of December’s 1-1 draw at London Road would suit us just fine.
BTTS Yes @ 10/17 with 888sport
Crawley Town v Leyton Orient
It’s starting to look pretty ominous for Leyton Orient at the foot of League Two, and they have absolutely no time to waste if they want to avoid relegation. The O’s do score a few goals, though, and can fancy their hopes of increasing their tally at Crawley.
A 5-0 loss at Accrington was Orient’s first blank on the road in five, and the likes of Gavin Massey and Paul McCallum will be eager to impress against a home side that’s leaked 23 in 18 home games.
Crawley have scored 20 home goals, though, and will be eager to end their run of three home blanks against the division’s worst side. In truth, Jamie Collins and co. are more than capable of doing it.
Orient claimed a 3-2 win in the reverse clash. Win, lose, or draw this one, we expect to see another BTTS winner at Brighton Road.
BTTS Yes @ 19/20 with 888sport
Dagenham & Redbridge v York City
The great escape is well and truly on for Gary Mills’s York, who are now within five points from safety thanks to 10 games in which they’ve only lost once. After scoring five against Southport on Tuesday, they will head to Essex full of confidence, and have every chance of causing an upset at Victoria Road.
Despite their great form, it’s worth noting that the visitors struggle for shutouts. This has resulted in seven straight BTTS winners in the National League while they’ve conceded a massive 35 on the road in total. Nonetheless, there’s no doubt that they have the bit between their teeth.
Conversely, Daggers have lost four of their last five and are suddenly in danger of missing the play-offs. John Still’s men have scored in their last three, though, and boast 29 home goals in total. That firepower could be key as they look to give their promotion bid a boost.
Both teams are scoring, conceding, and are in major need of three points. That should be a recipe of goals, so let’s just hope they live up to expectations.
BTTS Yes @ 13/15 with 888sport
A £10 treble returns £57.81 with 888sport