Saturday’s BTTS & Win treble comes from the final day of action in the Czech First Liga, and we’re hopeful that our three selections can land a big 34/1 winner.
As always, we need our three selected teams to win their matches while allowing the losing teams to score too. Here are our selections.
Pribram V Zlin
Rock-bottom Pribram have already had relegation confirmed, but they’ll be eager to go out with a bang against Zlin. While they might not necessarily win, they should at least expect to score, which should make this an entertaining contest at the Energon Arena.
Kamil Tobias’ men have registered a decent 18 home goals this term while their last six games overall have ended in BTTS winners. Sadly for them, a return of one point from the last four games sums up their season perfectly.
Zlin aren’t the division’s best side, but they have scored 16 away goals and boast more wins than losses on their travels. They should be ready to end the campaign on a high, especially against a team that has shipped 28 home goals.
The reverse clash ended in a 2-0 win for Zlin, and they’ll be expected to end the season in similar style. On this occasion, though, the hosts can at least grab a consolation.
Slavia Prague V Brno
Slavia Prague enter the final round of fixtures knowing that three points will secure a first title since 2009, and Jaroslav Silhavy’s men should be extremely confident about getting that result at the Eden Arena. However, they shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way against a spirited Brno.
The hosts are unbeaten at home this term, winning nine of 14 matches, and will be looking to Milan Skoda and Muris Mesanovic for further inspiration here. Given that Brno have conceded 25 on their travels, the league leaders should have no problems scoring two or more.
Brno have only won two of 14 away games, but do boast 15 goals on their travels. They additionally scored in the reverse clash, although they did lose 4-1 in the process, and may also be able to capitalise on the inevitable home side nerves.
Still, Slavia’s quality should shine through just as it did back in October’s reverse clash. If that is to be the case, we’re getting 5/4 on an away goal. That has to be worth a punt under the circumstances.
Slovan Liberec V Mlada Boleslav
Jindich Trpisovsky’s Slovan Liberec have lost just once at the Stadion u Nisy this season, but the final day visit of Mlada is easily one of their hardest, especially as the visitors are looking to secure European football for next season. That could make it one of the games of the day.
Slovan have scored an impressive 21 times in 14 home games, so should be expected to find the target in this one too. Meanwhile, the fact that Mlada have conceded in each of their last nine competitive games is another reason for the hosts to be optimistic.
The visitors have everything to play for in this one, though, and have plenty of goals in their team too. Gol-Gol Mebrahtu and Jan Charmosta have led the way in that field for Mlada this term, but they have plenty of other potential goalscorers as they bid for an impressive eighth away victory of the campaign.
Given the goalscoring capabilities of both sides, we’d expect to see a BTTS winner. With the greater incentive on their side, though, we’re backing Boleslav to run out as the winners.