For the weekends action we have another bet again using our system of five tips in the form of 10 treble bets.
All five tips for Saturday’s action require both teams to score as well as over 2.5 goals scored, with all five tips at odds of 1.9 or longer, producing a decent potential return.
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Fulham vs. Middlesbrough
Two of the favourites for promotion from the Championship go head to head on Saturday as Fulham host Middlesbrough.
Whilst the stats do not suggest this bet will come in, there is value at odds of over evens given Fulham’s goal record.
Two of the last four meetings between the two have seen this tip come in.
Norwich City vs. Bristol City
Bristol City travel to Carrow Road looking to build on their decent start to the league season.
Bristol City have been good for goal betting this year, with five of their eight games seeing over 2.5 goals & six of them seeing both teams to score.
Bristol Rovers vs. Blackpool
Our only tip from League One on Saturday is the fixture between Bristol Rovers and Blackpool.
The stats suggest goals here: 11 of the 16 league games involving the two this season have seen both teams to score.
Combined with the fact 12 have also seen over 2.5 goals, meaning there is value at odds of 2.10.
Accrington Stanley vs. Cheltenham
In League Two no side have been better at producing goal bets than Accrington Stanley and unsurprisingly they are on the bet.
All eight of their league games have seen over 2.5 goals, with just one failing to produce BTTS.
Colchester United vs. Wycombe
Our final tip is the fixture between Colchester United and Wycombe as two sides in contention for a play-off spot go head to head.
The stats suggest goals here: 12 of the 16 league games involving the two this season have seen both teams to score.
Combined with the fact 11 have also seen over 2.5 goals, meaning there is value at odds of 2.20.
Treble bet explanation
Below is an rough image of our betting plan and how they work. Five singles are collated into 10 trebles all at a £5 stake, resulting in a sum £50 bet.
If 0-2 of the five single bets come in then all the £50 will be lost. If just one treble is made (three singles) then expect an on average 50% loss on the stake.
On average to ensure a 100% profit return, four of the five tips need to come in, as four of the 10 trebles would land.
Should we produce a clean sweep, then approximately a tidy 250% profit will be returned.