Our third treble bet of the season takes place tonight with five both teams to score tips in the round of Tuesday’s Championship fixtures.
On Saturday, four of our five tips came in again, resulting in a second £50 profit of the season (check below to see how the bet works).
Barnsley vs. Nottingham Forest
Sides at opposite end of the Championship table go head to head on Tuesday evening as Barnsley host Nottingham Forest.
Forest have won both of their first two fixtures, whilst Barnsley are yet to get off the mark.
Barnsley’s first home fixture saw BTTS, whilst so did Forest’s first away fixture & we are predicting the same here.
Brentford vs. Bristol City
Brentford will be looking to earn their first league win of the season on Tuesday evening when they host Bristol City.
The four games involving the two sides have seen 15 goals scored and both to score tonight seems a safe bet.
Hull City vs. Wolves
Two sides who have made good starts to the Championship season meet on Tuesday as Hull City host Wolves.
Five of the last six meetings between the two teams have seen BTTS & we are backing this trend to continue.
Leeds United vs. Fulham
Fulham will be looking to improve on back to back draws when they travel to face Leeds United.
Fulham were an excellent bet for BTTS last year and both of their opening Championship fixtures have seen BTTS come in.
Millwall vs. Ipswich Town
Ipswich Town take their 100% start to the season to newly promoted Millwall, who are looking for their first win of the campaign.
Millwall’s first home game of the season saw BTTS, whilst Ipswich’s first away fixture also saw BTTS.
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.