Our second treble bet of the season takes place on Saturday and again we are going for a both teams to score bet.
Last weekend four of our five tips came in, meaning we returned 100% profit on the bet (check below to see how the trebles work).
Birmingham City vs. Bristol City
Birmingham’s first home game of the season is against Bristol City who lead the Championship at its earliest stage.
Bristol hit four past Barnsley, whilst Birmingham suffered defeat away at Ipswich Town.
At 1.72 there is some value in backing both teams to score in this fixture and it is our first bet.
Bristol Rovers vs. Peterborough
Peterborough’s second game of the League One campaign is a difficult away trip to Bristol Rovers.
Rovers were defeated in their opening fixture, whilst Posh edged out Plymouth (whilst hitting a BTTS for our bet last week).
The last three meetings between the two have seen BTTS and we are backing it here as well.
Barnet vs. Luton Town
Luton will look to build on their incredible start to the campaign away at Barnet on Saturday.
The Hatters hit EIGHT past Yeovil on the opening day of the season, whilst Barnet drew 2-2 away at Forest Green.
There was 14 goals involving these two sides on the opening weekend and BTTS appears a good bet here.
Colchester United vs. Stevenage
Two sides looking for their first league win of the campaign meet on the weekend as Colchester host Stevenage.
Stevenage shared the spoils with Newport in a six goal thriller, whilst Colchester were easily beaten at Accrington.
The last four meetings between the two have seen 19 goals scored, meaning BTTS should come in here.
Swindon Town vs. Exeter City
Both Swindon and Exeter started their League Two campaigns with victories and will be looking to build on their good starts here.
Eight of the last 11 meetings between the pair have seen BTTS and therefore makes sense to back it here.
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.