Our Saturday treble comes courtesy of the Premier League, Championship, and National League as we back three home sides to win their respective matches. With the opportunity to turn £10 into £67.50 on offer, it’s well worth a punt.
With Christmas fast approaching, it’d certainly be a good time to land some profit. Good luck!
Burnley v Watford
Premier League rivals Burnley and Watford are both performing above expectations and enter the weekend sitting in the top eight. It should be fascinating battle as they meet at Turf Moor on Saturday, not least because the winner will fancy its chances of Europa League qualification.
Marco Silva’s men won’t be too worried at their return of one point in the last two games, especially as the games were against Manchester United and Tottenham. Nevertheless, the loss of momentum could cause a few problems for the visitors.
Burnley will have been disappointed with their loss at Leicester last weekend, but their defensive record on home turf is fantastic. Assuming they can keep Richarlison and co. quiet, Chris Woods and Sam Vokes should have the necessary quality in attack.
This certainly won’t be an easy win for Burnley. At those odds against a team that isn’t one of the big six, it’s hard to refuse their selection.
Aston Villa v Millwall
After a terrible start, Championship side Aston Villa have responded perfectly and now sit comfortably in the play-off zone. A home win against Millwall would give their promotion bid yet another timely boost.
Steve Bruce’s side boast six wins, three draws, and just one defeat at Villa Park. A return of 15 goals scored compared to eight conceded further underlines their quality while four wins in their last six league games overall should inspire confidence too.
The quality of Albert Adomah, Robert Snodgrass, Ahmed El Mohamady has spearheaded their recent success. Frankly, those stars should be too much for a Millwall side that has yet to register an away win. If they perform to their full potential, the host should win with relative ease.
Millwall will hope to cause an upset, but 4/5 is a very fair price for the hosts to prevail.
Aldershot Town v Halifax Town
National League side Aldershot are one of several clubs fighting for promotion to the EFL, and their position in the play-offs is largely thanks to their impressive home form. Gary Waddock will expect his side to continue it against a poorly travelled Shaymen.
Halifax boast just two wins on their travels, conceding 17 times and scoring just 10 from 11 matches thus far. Perhaps more worryingly for the visitors, they are on a 12-game winless streak in all competitions. Billy Heath’s men are set to face another real struggle here.
After all, Aldershot have picked up four wins and a draw in their last five matches, keeping four clean sheets in the process. Given that they spread the goals around the team too, it could provide to be too much for the visitors, who are certainly inferior in terms of quality.
With the possibility of going top on offer, Aldershot will be well up for this one. Let’s hope it inspires them to victory.