Fancy turning £10 into £527 with just three selections on Saturday’s football coupon? Our BTTS & Win selection could be the answer.
We’ve picked three games to all end in BTTS winners, but have also chosen a team to win each of those matches. Whether it’s 2-1 or 8-3 doesn’t matter. As long as it’s a winning outcome with the losing team scoring in the process, we’ll be jumping for joy come 5PM.
Liverpool v Huddersfield Town
Premier League sides Liverpool and Huddersfield experienced completely contrasting results last weekend, with the Reds being humiliated while the Terriers picked up a truly historic win over Manchester United. When the sides meet at Anfield, though, normality should be restored.
Jurgen Klopp and David Wagner know each other well, but there will be no time for friendships in what is a crucial fixture for both. The hosts have been vulnerable at times this term, but remain unbeaten at home. With the quality Philippe Coutinho and co. at their disposal, the Reds should have no problems finding a way through the away defence.
Huddersfield are in good spirits though. When combined with Liverpool’s defensive weaknesses, which are far worse than a return of one goal conceded in four home games would suggest, there’s every chance that the visitors will score.
Nonetheless, Liverpool should have far too much quality, especially given their desire to bounce back from last week’s loss in style. Back a home win, but with both teams to score.
Wigan Athletic v Blackburn Rovers
A run of five wins in six has shot Wigan up to second in the League One standings, and Paul Cook will be eager to see his side pick up another three points here. Having said that, they might not have things all their own way against a vastly improved Blackburn.
The visitors are now in the play-off zone after a difficult start and will see this as a great chance to underline their intentions. Dominic Samuel, Marcus Antonsson, and Danny Graham should give Tony Mowbray’s men a fair chance of scoring. Even if the hosts have only conceded nine all season.
Wigan are in great scoring form themselves, though, bagging 29 in the opening 15 games. Will Grigg, Ivan Toney, and Gavin Massey all know where the target is, and that should be enough for the hosts to secure the points.
The home side have kept clean sheets in each of their last five home games but that run has to end soon, and Blackburn are a team more than capable of doing it. Still, Wigan should have more than enough quality to grab the win.
Woking v Guiseley
National League side Woking may have lost back-to-back away games over the past week or so, but Anthony Limbrick’s men should be set to find a return to winning ways at home to Guiseley to get their promotion bid back on track.
The Cards have been very solid at Kingfield, registering six wins from eight and scoring 14 in the process. Given that the visitors have shipped a colossal 18 on their travels, two or more goals for the hosts looks likely.
Guiseley have only managed three away goals of their own, but they have found the net in three of their last four league games while hitting six in an FA Cup win too. Paul Cox’s men will look to punish any weakness that may surface from Woking’s two defeats, but it’s hard to see them scoring more than once.
With this in mind, we’re tipping the hosts to grab a valuable win.