BTTS Tips: This Tuesday's 9/2 treble
With a fixture list packed full of World Cup qualifiers and FA Cup replays this Tuesday, BettingOdds.com have picked out a 9/2 BTTS treble for you to get stuck into.
Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Ukraine
Our first pick is Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Ukraine in Group D. The visitors are still in with a shot of qualifying for the World Cup via the play-offs, but need a win here alongside a Finland defeat to keep them in the mix. Both teams to score has landed in Ukraine’s last six games, with the 1-1 correct score (6/1) landing in four of those matches!
Bosnia & Herzegovina have nothing to play for and will not be present in Qatar next winter, though will be keen to spoil the party here and have seen BTTS land in three of their previous four matches. This bet landed when the pair met last month (a 1-1 draw) and I feel it has the potential to come in once more this Tuesday.
Stevenage vs MK Dons
Free-scoring MK Dons make the short journey to Stevenage having netted 10 goals in their last three matches. The Buckinghamshire side thumped Cambridge 4-1 on Saturday and will be confident in progressing to the next round of the FA Cup with another victory this week.
However, with the first leg ending 2-2 just under a fortnight ago, Stevenage have proven that they have the ability to harm their opponents from the league above. The Dons haven’t managed to keep a clean sheet since the end of September, while Stevenage have scored six goals in their previous five games on home soil, therefore the potential for each side to get on the scoresheet seems probable in this one.
Altrincham vs Gateshead
After a four-goal thriller ended 2-2 in the first leg of this all-non-league affair, Gateshead travel to the north-west looking to cause an upset to their opponents from the league above this Tuesday. BTTS has landed in each of Altrincham’s last seven games, while it’s also landed in 12 of Gateshead’s 15 games in all competitions this term.
With a big crowd expected and the motivation to reach the second round of the FA Cup in the hope of setting up a big-money tie with a club from the EFL considered, we should see both teams go all out here which could well result in somewhat of a goal-fest in south Manchester.
Good luck to anyone following this bet, and please remember to gamble responsibly.