Bolton are odds-on favourites to beat Norwich at the Reebok Stadium on Saturday although the Canaries’ price of 15/4 to win the game could yet hold value.
The Trotters are priced at 3/4 to earn all three points in bwin’s 3Way football betting market, with a draw at 49/20.
However, Bolton’s leaky defence means Norwich are still in with a chance of claiming at least a draw in the match.
As such, odds of 21/20 on the game to finish in either a draw or Norwich win in bwin’s double chance market look particularly attractive.
Owen Coyle’s side have conceded 11 goals in their last three league games, while Norwich have scored in each of their away matches so far this season – including against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
And with manager Paul Lambert unwavering in his commitment to go toe to toe with opponents rather than keep things tight and hope to nick a goal on the break, Norwich look good to at least score in the game at odds of 12/25.
Indeed, those looking for more attractive returns could back the best attacking side in the Championship last year to follow in the footsteps of Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United and score at least two goals at odds of 23/10.
Crucial to Norwich’s chances of picking up their first three points of the season will be their ability to keep Bolton’s attack quiet.
A failure to keep a clean sheet so far this season, coupled with the fact Bolton scored four against QPR on the opening day of the season and once against both Liverpool and Man City, means Norwich are unlikely to prevent the Trotters from hitting the back of the net.
Nevertheless, the fact the Canaries conceded just once against Stoke, Wigan and West Brom and kept Chelsea from scoring more than a single goal until having a man sent off gives hope that they can outscore Bolton and pick up a 2-1 away win.
This scoreline is available at odds of 14/1, meaning a successful £25 free bet would return £375.
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