Both teams to score and win tips for this weekend’s Saturday coupon and reasons for each selection on the 41/1 treble for a BTTS win bet.
This Saturday’s score and win bet features a 14:00 trip to Serie A before finishing with two fixtures from the 15:00 kick offs in the Premier League. The straight accumulator tip comes in at a best price of 41.4/1 with bet365. As always, though, it’s certainly worth backing the doubles – which fetch a decent price of 12/1 on this particular occasion. We’ve hit four doubles in the last five articles, so let’s see if we can go one better this time around.
We’re kicking things off in Serie A as Torino take on Crotone at 14:00. The hosts in this one are a half-decent side in the Italian top flight, with an excellent home form to boot. Torino’s only defeat on home soil so far this season has come at the hands of the imperious Juventus and they also boast the fourth best goalscoring record in the division as well. Their Achilles heel is they frequently ship sloppy goals and have yet to keep a clean sheet in their last twelve straight matches in Serie A. Whilst this statistic might not make pretty viewing for Joe Hart, the fact eleven of those twelve matches have resulted in BTTS outcomes certainly makes wonderful reading for us ahead of our bet this Saturday. Obviously we will need Crotone to do their share of the bargain here, and judging by the fact they have only taken five points on the road all season, it seems unlikely that they will leave the Stadio Olimpico Grande with much more than a pasting. Nevertheless, the visitors have managed to score against the likes of both Milan sides, Fiorentina and Napoli this season, so if we take Torino’s excellent 77% ratio for BTTS results into account as well, this fixture seems the perfect place to start.
The second notch on the BTTS and win coupon takes us to the Premier League as Everton host Burnley at 15:00. The Toffees are absolutely flying at home at the moment and have now won their last seven games in a row at Goodison Park, scoring an absurd 28 goals along the way. Their most recent victory saw them win a highly entertaining 4-2 clash over Leicester last Sunday, with striker Romelu Lukaku extending his lead in the race for the Golden Boot by another two goals. Opponents, Burnley are the total polar opposite to their hosts when it comes to their away form. Sean Dyche’s men currently have the worst record in the whole division for points on the road – having only mustered a four points from 16 matches. Nevertheless, the visitors have managed to record six BTTS results in their last eight away matches and I fancy them to add to that this weekend in another home victory for Everton.
Our anchor leg comes to us from the Premier League once again as Stoke welcome Hull to the Britainia at 15:00 once again. This fixture could prove to be slightly risky since The Potters have little to play for this season and Hull are desperately trying to avoid relegation. However, The Tiger’s away form is only one point better off than Burnley, and as I’ve previously alluded to, that is absolutely awful. Although Stoke have lost their previous two home matches, both of these came at the hands of Chelsea and Liverpool and were only narrow BTTS defeats as well. Hull might have gone six unbeaten at the KC, but Marco Silva’s side have lost their last four on the bounce away from home. Nevertheless, the visitors have been churning out the BTTS results in recent weeks, with six of their last seven matches finishing with both teams finding the net. With all that being said, stick this one down as a BTTS victory for Mark Hughes’ side.
BTTS WIN ODDS – 41.4/1 with bet365.
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