We’re heading to Sweden for this weekend’s BTTS coupon, and we’re backing six teams to all find the target in a treble that returns a cool £57 from a £10 stake.
Sweden has already provided plenty of headlines this week following Wednesday’s Europa League final at the Friends Arena. Let’s pray for plenty more drama across the Scandinavian nation here. Good luck!
Djurgarden V AFC Eskilstuna
In the Allsvenskan, Djurgarden sit sixth after 10 matches despite losing to AIK on Monday night. The hosts will be eager to bounce back in style on Saturday, and can be quietly confident about doing just that against the side currently sitting bottom of the table. However, they shouldn’t expect it to be a walk in the park.
Eskilstuna have yet to win this term, but they have scored three times in their five away games, and can be quietly optimistic as they visit the Tele2 Arena, especially after picking up a credible point against Hacken last time out.
Djurgarden have shipped six in five home games, which is another reason for fancying an away goal. However, the hosts do boast seven at the right end too. With Gustav Engvall and Magnus Eriksson already at 11 goals between them this term, it would be surprising to see an away shutout.
A home goal looks almost inevitable, and an away one certainly wouldn’t surprise us. At odds of nearly evens, this selection is well worth its inclusion.
Norrby V IK Frej
Down at the bottom of the Superettan, Norrby host Frej in what already looks like being a crucial contest for both. It’s one that both managers will have down as a potential win, and that should hopefully lead to some positive play from each side.
The hosts have picked up five points from a possible 12 at home, which isn’t terrible, and they’ll be eager to grab another three points here. With four goals from four games, they’ve hardly been the most frequent scorers at the Boras Arena. However, given that the visitors have leaked seven in their four away matches, Norrby should score.
Frej have scored six goals on the road, though, while the hosts have conceded the same number in their away games. More importantly, all four of those away games have been BTTS winners for Bartosz Grzelak’s men.
Neither side has a good defence and, with both teams gunning for the win, we expect that to show Back both teams to score.
Varbergs BoIS V Falkenberg
Falkenberg’s away games have offered bags of entertainment in recent weeks as Hans Eklund’s men have been involved in four BTTS winners that have produced eight goals for and seven against. Frankly, we have no reason to think the trend will end as they take on Varbergs.
The hosts are unbeaten at Paskbergsvallen but have conceded five times in four matches. That should leave the door open for the visitors to increase their away tally, especially as they boast a number of stars capable of scoring. Still, one goal probably won’t be enough to secure the points.
That’s because the hosts have hit an impressive 14 home goals already. Jorgen Walemark’s side did score seven of those in one game, but the fact they’ve scored at least twice in all four games is very promising indeed.
We’d probably edge towards the home win, but think the BTTS market is where the safe money is at. Let’s just hope the other two results roll in too to provide a winning treble.