This Weekend looks ideal for a big BTTS win. Betfred have left plenty of great games for us on their Goals Galore Bonus Coupon, the best value as ever is 4 games at 9/1 & 8 games at 100/1.
Here are a few of my favourites to get you a decent December bunce:
Huge winnings await!
Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur 3.00pm
Sunday game of the weekend, Everton have been successful on the goalrush in their last 11 games in all competitions, as well as six of their seven home games in the league, only shutting out United on the opening day.
Spurs have had no trouble finding the net on their travels, scoring in every away league game. Although Everton away isn’t the easiest game, they’ve been successful on the BTTS bets at places like St James Park, Old Trafford, The Etihad & The Emirates, so I don’t see any problem. Well, apart from the fact I’ll have to wait until Sunday for my cash!
Wigan vs QPR 3.00pm Saturday
Wigan at home have been pretty reliable for a goalrush this season, only failing against Chelsea & City. When they’re playing sides in the bottom half of the league, you can be pretty confident. They’ve been in on the BTTS coupons in their other 6 home games.
I’m always a little wary when a new manager joins a struggling team, as their form usually improves significantly, particularly with a manager as experienced as Harry. The R’s defence has tightened up a bit in their last couple of games, but if Villa found Cesar’s net, then surely Wigan will.
Inverness vs Hibernian 3.00pm Saturday
I’ve not been having much luck in the SPL lately, fortunately I’m not that superstitious.
In the league, Caley had four goalrushes out of five last month (the one let down being that Celtic couldn’t bag at home!). In October, all three of their league games came in too.
Hibs have been having a good season, currently in second. But more importantly they’ve scored 13 & conceded 14 in 8 away league games. Although their last three fixtures have been 1-0’s, I reckon they’re saving up for a big score Saturday!
Arsenal vs West Brom 3.00pm Saturday
Arsenal have only managed two home clean sheets, against Sunderland & QPR. The way the Baggie’s season has been going I’m thinking Arsenal would be the more likely to let this one down.
West Brom have six BTTS successes out of seven, away from home in the league. I don’t see West Brom running away with this game though as their great league position has been largely down to their home form.