The BTTS Coupon – 12th July
It’s World Cup final weekend and the entire planet will be tuning in to Sunday’s showpiece final between Germany and Argentina. Before that, though, there’s an action-packed schedule on Saturday that we are hoping will be full of goals.
This week’s Both teams to score treble comes from domestic action in Norway and Sweden, as well as the third-place play-off at the World Cup.
At odds of 17/5, this treble is well worth a shout. Good luck.
Lillestrom V Sarpsborg. 3PM
The first game in our both teams to score treble comes from Norway as sixth-placed Lillestrom host 11th-placed Sarpsborg in a crucial Tippeligaen encounter.
Lillestrom are looking to bounce back from a disappointing away loss to Start while Sarpsborg will be looking to use last week’s home win over Bodo / Glimt as inspiration heading into Saturday’s trip to the Arasen Stadion.
Each of those aforementioned fixtures were BTTS winners and goals have certainly been a common feature for both of these sides this season. After just 14 league matches the hosts have netted an impressive 24 goals, including 15 from just seven home games, whilst simultaneously shipping 17 at the wrong end. That in itself points to another end-to-end contest here.
Additionally, Sarpsborg’s record of 18 for and 24 against is another reason for confidence in this selection.
The past five head-to-head meetings at this ground have ended in BTTS winners and we’re backing plenty of more goals on Saturday.
BTTS Yes @ 20/23 with BetVictor
Mjallby V Falkenberg. 5PM
Over in Sweden, the Allsvenskan season resumed after a month-long break with last week’s set of fixtures in which both Mjallby and Falkenberg were involved in BTTS winners. We’re tipping that to happen again in this meeting at the Strandvallen.
Henrik Larsson’s Falkenberg continued their season with a 1-1 draw at home to Halmstad and will be hopeful op picking up some more vital points as they look to establish a gap between themselves and the relegation zone – a win against third-bottom Mjallby would certainly help the newly promoted side to do that.
Conversely, struggling Mjallby suffered a 2-1 loss to Klamar but can be much more confident on home soil – particularly against a Falkneberg who haven’t travelled well so far.
It’s a very difficult outcome to predict, a score draw wouldn’t surprise anyone.
BTTS Yes @4/7 with BetVictor
Brazil V Netherlands. 9PM
Our final selection comes from the third-place play-off at the World Cup and we’re backing both Brazil and the Netherlands to be amongst the goals.
The hosts will be determined to restore some national pride after their utter humiliation against Germany and manager Luiz Felipe Scolari will demand a big response from his players. They were completely outplayed by an efficient German side but still managed to find the target once in Neymar’s absence and we’re backing them to do it again against a Dutch side who will have considerably less motivation.
Nevertheless, this is Louis van Gaal’s final match before departing for Old Trafford and he’ll want to go out with a bang. Despite failing to score in either of their last two fixtures, Holland boast a number of attacking threats and should have very little trouble in finding a way through the leaky Brazilian backline.
The return of captain Thiago Silva will improve Brazil’s defence but it doesn’t alter the fact that they’ve conceded in all but one of their six matches at the final so far. Attack will be the theme of the day in this one and we’d expect to see plenty of action in the capital.
BTTS Yes @ ½ with BetVictor
The £10 treble returns £44 with BetVictor