Fancy landing a huge 72/1 treble on this weekend’s BTTS & Win coupon? Of course you do! With a little luck, our three selections will help you do just that.
All we need is three results without a clean sheet we’ll be laughing. We’re already well up on the coupon this season, let’s hope we can start March with adding over £700 to the funds.
Rotherham United v Aston Villa
Aston Villa’s away record has been atrocious all season, but the Championship club won’t have a better chance to seal a third win on the road than this weekend’s trip to rock bottom Rotherham. Having said that, they will still need to work against the Millers.
Rotherham are almost certainly destined to play League One football next season, and have now registered just one point from their last eight matches. Still, Paul Warne’s men have scored in three of their last four, posting 20 in 16 matches at the New York Stadium too, and should fancy a goal against one of the worst away defences.
Sadly, though, the home side’s terrible defence is likely to form their undoing once more. Even against an away side that has scored just eight on its travels.
If Villa are going to score twice in an away game, this is their most likely shot. After winning back-to-back matches at Villa Park at the end of February, we’re backing them to start March with a bang also. Only this time, we think those points will come via a BTTS winner.
BTTS & Villa win @ 29/10 with BetVictor
Shrewsbury Town v Coventry City
In League One, struggling Coventry City have been scoring goals in recent weeks with each of their last five matches ending in BTTS winners. Unfortunately, they just cannot seem to find their form in way of results, and that could be the outcome once more as they visit New Meadow.
After all, the Shrews have won five home matches on the spin, with the last three coming in spite of conceding. Paul Hurst’s men are in great scoring form, hitting four on Tuesday night against Charlton, and should have no problems in the attacking third here.
They have conceded 21 in 17 home matches, though, which will give confidence to Russell Slade’s men. Given that their last three on the road have ended in BTTS winners too, the likes of Stuart Beavon should give the visitors a good chance of finding the net.
The reverse clash may have ended 0-0, but we envisage a lot more action this time. On current form, though, it’s hard not to see a home win.
BTTS & Shrewsbury win @ 19/5 with BetVictor
Hartlepool United v Exeter City
They might be six points clear of the drop zone, but struggling Hartlepool must be fearing the drop after their rapid fall in recent months. On a brighter note, though, Tuesday’s 4-0 win over Crewe should give Dave Jones’ men a sense of confidence as they take on Exeter.
The hosts have scored a respectable 22 goals at Victoria Park while Billy Paynter and Padraig Amond are more than capable of increasing that tally here – particularly as the Grecians have shipped 20 on the road.
Despite those defences mishaps, the visitors have won more away games than anyone else in the division. Their 32 goals on the road have been the main reason that they’re currently in the play-off zone, and they should really be winning this one too.
We expect to see an away win. At odds of 29/10, however, it’s well worth backing a Hartlpool goal too.
BTTS & Exeter win @ 29/10 with BetVictor
A £10 treble pays £730.10 with BetVictor