This weekend’s BTTS & Win treble is a trio of 3/1 selection, which we’re hoping will land a huge 63/1 treble.
We’ve picked one team from each of the EFL leagues to clinch victory. However, we will need each of them to concede if our £10 stake is going to become £640. Still, there’s plenty of reason to be optimistic about each pick. So, good luck!
QPR v Ipswich
Mick McCarthy’s men have surprised everyone with their incredible start, but the Tractor Boys have certainly rode their luck en route to four wins in five matches. While they are more than capable of scoring on their trip to the capital, they could be in for a difficult afternoon against a decent QPR.
The visitors boast six goals in two away games so far, and they should have a great chance of finding a way through the home defence, especially as they’ve shipped six in five Championship matches.
Ian Holloway’s men are in good form at home, however, and can cause plenty of problems for the visitors. Conor Washington, Matt Smith, and Jamie Mackie are all capable of goals, and that firepower can help the R’s continue their 100% home record.
They might well need two goals to seal the win, though, as we do think Ipswich will score. Thankfully for the Loftus Road crowd, there’s every chance that they can make it happen.
Charlton Athletic v Southend United
In League One, Charlton Athletic have made a fantastic start as they look to put a difficult few years behind them. A fourth league win on the spin would keep them up there as one of the early pacesetters, but they shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way against Phil Brown’s Southend.
The Addicks have scored five goals in their opening two matches at the Valley while Ricky Holmes, Billy Clarke, and Josh Magennis will all fancy their chances of getting on the scoresheet. Given that the Shrimpers have conceded a massive eight goals in two away games, the hosts should be set for a win.
Nonetheless, Southend did score three in their last away league game at Gillingham, as well as one in the cup match against the same team. Still, failure to win any of their last six competitive games is cause for concern against strong opposition, even if Nile Ranger is now back and playing.
Both teams should score, but Charlton should have enough to prevail.
Coventry City v Port Vale
Four defeats on the spin have seen struggling Port Vale drop into the League Two relegation zone, and Michael Brown’s men will already be fearing a long and difficult campaign. Unfortunately for them, it’s unlikely to get any easier as they make the trip to the Ricoh.
While Coventry haven’t started the campaign in explosive fashion, a return of seven points from 15 is far from terrible. Jodi Jones and co. should have more than enough quality to score a few goals against one of the weakest sides in the division, and we’re backing the Sky Blues to celebrate with a win.
The hosts have struggled in recent weeks themselves, though, which could pave the door for Vale to score. In truth, the visitors are overdue a goal too. Tom Pope and Dan Turner are more than capable of getting it.
Nonetheless, we think Coventry will pile on more misery for the visitors with at least a couple of goals. Home victory, via a BTTS winner.