Welcome to my weekend blog where I will try to predict a both teams to score treble every weekend. This will be from both yes and no games and selected by looking at the recent form of the teams. Getting it up to a treble gives us good odds and a decent chance of winning without throwing too many games in. As I always advise – bet what you can afford to lose, these are my selections and are not a guarantee of profit – like any bet you place – I just want to make sure we’re 100% clear on that! (You won’t find words like “Absolute banker” or “lump on it” on my site!)
sunday 18th February – Both teams to score no predictions
- Leonesa v Rayo Vallecano 1.67
- Feyenoord v Heracles 2.1
- Nice v Nantes 2
Why these predictions? I like to take a view of recent games and see how many they’ve had btts in and then look for the games where this has happened often. I then take a view of the games from a correct score perspective and I’m looking for teams that often finish 2-1, 1-1 or 1-2. I do think there’s a good angle on both teams to score where you cover the likely correct scores rather than the actual both teams to score markets – I’ll probably write a full blog on this at some point, but here’s a quick guide –
Both teams to score – correct score treble example
Scenario – So you’ve seen todays games and have picked out 3 for your both teams to score acca. The games are all btts yes and are as follows
Manchester United v Brighton 7/4
Liverpool v Chelsea 8/13
Spurs v West Brom 17/12
The treble would return £100 from a £10 stake, but what if we back the scores we think will happen?
MUFC v BAFC – I’d cover 1-1 (15) as a safety and then 2-1 (11) and 3-1 (13) as I expect United to win but concede. I do exactly the same with the THFC v WBAFC game. (12, 11 & 13 respectively)
LFC v CFC – I fancy Chelsea to get a result but can see goals, so I cover 1-1 (7), 1-2 (13) and 2-2.(13)
I load these into my bet slip, I think most bookies allow this but for this example I was using Paddy Power who def do, and I can back 27 trebles at 40p a line giving a £10.80 total stake. This is 80p more than the straight acca example earlier.
Here’s what happens –
Miss any correct score – you lose, simple as that.
Hit 3 correct scores –
Lowest odds – at the lowest odds 11, 11 and 7, you’d return £338
Highest odds – 15,13 and 13 – you’d return a staggering 1091 from your £10.80 stake.
This tactic takes a bit of luck and some time picking the games but can be hugely profitable. I’ve covered the correct scores I’d suggest in my both teams to score predictions above – hopefully one week we can smash these tips out of the park!