This Sunday I’m going to try and take advantage of the fantastically enhanced Betfred Goals Galore Bonus coupon which offers a huge price of 9/2 for a correct treble. I’ve had a look at their specially selected games, and to be honest I’m pleasantly surprised with a couple of the games that they’ve included.
Here is Sunday’s both teams to score treble:
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Manchester City v Tottenham 1.30pm
How this game found it’s way onto the bonus coupon I really do not know. Manchester City have shown time after time this season that their defence isn’t what it was last term, even though their attacking options are just as strong.
City were up to their old tricks in midweek when drawing 2-2 with Ajax in the Champions League, and with Tottenham scoring and conceding in all 4 away games so far this term, it’s hard to imagine this game not being a goalfest.
Manchester City have conceded 11 goals in 8 competitive games at the Ethihad so far this season, and Spurs shouldn’t find it hard to find the net.
Real Valladolid v Valencia 11.00am
A mid table battle here that has the potential for goals. Valencia have been poor on their travels so far this term, but they’ve been to some tough places, and I’m backing them to score and concede against Valladolid who have conceded at least 1 goal in 4 of their 5 home games, while failing to score just once.
Valencia have scored 7 goals and won on their last 3 visits to Valladolid, but I’m predicting a score draw here.
Parma v Siena 2.00pm
There may be 11 places separating Parma (9th) and Siena (20th), but this game looks great for BTTS.
Parma have scored and conceded in 4 of their 5 home games so far; conceding against the best and the worst sides around (AC Milan, Fiorentina, Sampdoria, Roma).
Siena will certainly be classed as weak opponents, but when you look at their scoring record on the road, you have to fancy them to get at least 1 goal.
The bottom club have travelled to Lazio, Atalanta, and Cagliari, and while losing the games, they have at least scored goals. Parma have shown that their home defence is hardly rock solid, and I’m predicting BTTS here.