Boom! It’s the weekend again and in true TVBet style, it all begins with the Dutch bank builder both teams to score treble. We’ve won both of our Dutch trebles over the last couple of weeks so this is a hatrick attempt that I really want to achieve.
With Christmas just around the corner everyone is looking for a little bit extra in their pocket, and in my opinion you can’t go far wrong with these BTTS bets on a Friday, by far our most regular winners on the site.
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Go Ahead Eagles vs Veendam 7.00pm
Go Ahead Eagles are a very attack minded team that are doing very well at present, but this style does have it’s drawbacks (positives for us)… They are always likely to concede a goal or two.
Some of their recent results show this perfectly… their last 5 games read 2-1, 3-3, 2-2, 4-1, 6-1.
Veendam are a capable side on their day, and have found the net in 86% of their away games so far this term, so both teams to score looks an obvious selection. I’d hazard a guess at a 3-1 home win as GAE are on a run of 5 games without defeat, with a huge 17 goals scored!
Excelsior vs Sparta Rotterdam 7.00pm
Sparta are actually a very strong fancy of mine to win this game ( -1 Asian Handicap looks a gift) but it simply has to be included in my BTTS treble.
Excelsior are absolutely dire and sit at the foot of the table for that very reason. Their last taste of victory was 12 games ago in early September, and they have lost 6 games on the spin. So why the hell am I picking this game?
Excelsior score goals. They are terrible, but they score. All of their last 6 games have been BTTS winners and I’ve got no reason to believe they won’t score, even though they are playing a team that sit top of the table and are on a run of 5 straight wins.
I honestly believe that Sparta could win this by a clear 4 goal or more, but I fully expect Excelsior to bag a consolation at some point.
Emmen vs Cambuur 7.00pm
17th placed Emmen take on 5th placed Cambuur here and it looks an absolute peach for BTTS. Emmen are going to struggle this season to avoid a relegation battle, they just let in too many goals. They’ve conceded at least 1 goal in each of their last 8 games.
Cambuur are doing pretty well, and are now seeking their 4th straight win, and it wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if they collect all 3 points tonight. However I can’t see them keeping a clean sheet.
The visitors have conceded in every away game they’ve played this season, and that statistic should remain at 100% after this game.