Both Teams to Score and Win Tips Turn £10 Into £640 On Saturday’s BTTS & Win Coupon

Turn £10 Into £640 On Saturday’s BTTS & Win Coupon

The BTTS & Win coupon is one that offers punters a shot at big returns without the need for backing loads of teams. And we’re looking to capitalise on those feelings on Saturday with this afternoon treble.

We just need our three chosen teams to win without registering clean sheets and we’ll be celebrating a huge 63/1 winner.

Good luck!

Wimbledon v Fleetwood Town

After scoring five goals in each of their last two competitive home games, Neil Ardley’s Wimbledon will be extremely confident about seeing off Fleetwood Town on Saturday. But while the Dons have enjoyed a great run of form in recent weeks, they shouldn’t expect things all their own way at Kingston Road.

The hosts are seventh in the table following a midweek draw at Millwall and will be looking to the goals of Tom Elliott, Lyle Taylor, and Dom Poleon to help them climb into the play-off zone here. However, Wimbledon have also shipped 13 on the road, which could give Fleetwood a great source of optimism.

Uwe Rosler’s men have won three competitive games on the spin and are level on points with the Dons. Meanwhile, David Ball is always a threat as he showed with two goals against Shrewsbury on Tuesday night.

Fleetwood have lost five of their last six away league games via a 2-1 scoreline. Do not be overly surprised if a similar story materialises.

BTTS & Wimbledon Win @ 3/1

Wycombe Wanderers v Hartlepool United

A run of three straight wins has seen a resurgent Wycombe climb to eighth in the League Two table and Gareth Ainsworth’s men will be looking to climb into the play-off zone with another crucial three points on Saturday.

The Chairboys can certainly be confident after winning five of their eight previous league games at Adams Park. Meanwhile, the firepower of Adebayo Akinfenwa, Matt Bloomfield, and Paul Hayes should have more than enough quality to produce the goods against the division’s leakiest away defence.

Craig Hignett’s men have conceded 20 in just nine games on the road, but they have additionally scored 17 away goals this season. A team boasting Billy Paynter, Padraig Amond, and Lewis Alessandra is more than capable of finding the target.

However, Hartlepool’s last three away games have ended in defeat despite the fact they’ve scored in all three encounters. Expect that run to continue.

BTTS & Wycombe Win @ 3/1

Woking v Gateshead

Last weekend’s 3-0 win at Maidstone was a bit of a rarity for Woking as they registered only their third BTTS loser of the season. However, it was business as usual on Tuesday night as the Cardinals fell 3-1 to Dover, and we expect to see plenty more action as they welcome Gateshead to Kingfield.

A total of 34 goals have been split evenly in Woking’s 10 home games while Gateshead have scored 18 and conceded 12 on the road. That would suggest that Garry Hill’s men will be in for another entertaining afternoon. Sadly, right now, points are the primary concern for a team sitting just one place above the drop zone.

Gateshead will still be aiming to resurrect hopes of a play-off push, though, and this is the type of game that they must be winning to keep those dreams alive. With an unbeaten run of nine games behind them, Neil Aspin’s men should be confident to say the least.

There’s no doubt that Woking have the ability to score, but the gulf in quality should shine through.

BTTS & Gateshead Win @ 3/1

A £10 treble returns £640.00