Domestic football returns this weekend following the recent international break and we have a both teams to score treble combination.
Our new method has been successful so far this campaign and we will look for more returns over the weekend.
For a history of our tips: click this link!
Reading vs. Bristol City
Two sides separated by a single point at the early stage of the league season meet on Saturday as Reading entertain Bristol City.
Both of the league meetings involving the two last year saw both teams to score, whilst 80% of Bristol City’s league games have also seen this bet this campaign.
Bristol Rovers vs. Walsall
Walsall travel to Bristol Rovers on Saturday with both sides looking to close the gap on League One’s top six.
7 of the 10 league meetings involving the two this campaign have seen BTTS and we are confident this trend will continue.
Peterborough vs. Bradford City
The early League One leaders Peterborough will look to extend their impressive start when they host Bradford City.
7 of the 10 league meetings involving the two this campaign have seen BTTS and we are looking for that to continue.
Accrington Stanley vs. Carlisle
Carlisle travel to Accrington in League Two on Saturday and this is our most confident of the five tips.
In the 10 league games involving the two this campaign, nine have seen both teams to score!
Newport County vs. Wycombe
Two of the current League Two top seven meet on Saturday as Newport County entertain Wycombe Wanderers.
All five of Wycombe’s league games this campaign have seen BTTS and we are backing this trend to continue.
Treble bet explanation
Below is an rough image of our betting plan and how they work. Five singles are collated into 10 trebles all at a £5 stake, resulting in a sum £50 bet.
If 0-2 of the five single bets come in then all the £50 will be lost. If just one treble is made (three singles) then expect an on average 50% loss on the stake.
On average to ensure a 100% profit return, four of the five tips need to come in, as four of the 10 trebles would land.
Should we produce a clean sweep, then approximately a tidy 250% profit will be returned.