The Banker Treble is our weekly attempt to give you a sure-fire winning treble to boost your coffers. This week, it’s bwinbetting’s Neil Sargent who is putting his neck on the line as he puts his faith in Bayern Munich, Reading and Cowdenbeath to do the business on Saturday.
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Bayern Munich to beat Kaiserslautern @ 7/50
Kaiserslautern go to the Allianz Arena on Saturday having won only once away from home all season and languishing third from bottom of the Bundesliga.
They are the only team in the entire league not to win any of their last ten matches and that statistic doesn’t look like changing as they visit one of the toughest away venues in the Bundesliga.
Bayern Munich have won eight out of ten at home this season and are sitting pretty in second place in the league table, only two points off leaders Borussia Dortmund.
They have scored 32 goals at home, more than any other team in the league, and have conceded only three. For these reasons, it is difficult to see anything other than a home win on Saturday.
Reading to beat Coventry @ 9/20
Coventry have lost seven of their last ten games and are rooted to the foot of the table, seven points from safety.
They are the only team in the Championship without an away win all season, losing 11 of their 14 matches on the road, and they have a goal difference on their travels of -16.
While Coventry have lost seven of their last ten, Reading have won seven of their last ten and are only two points off the playoffs.
If that wasn’t bad enough for the Sky Blues, they haven’t beaten Reading in their last nine meetings and have failed to score in five of them.
The Championship is always a tough league to call, but games don’t often come more gift wrapped than this one. Reading to win at a canter.
Cowdenbeath to beat Stirling Albion @ 3/10
The murky footballing wasteland of the Scottish Second Division is probably not all that familiar to most people outside of Scotland, but it can often be a profitable hunting ground for punters looking for a dead-cert – like in the case of Cowdenbeath against Stirling Albion.
Struggling Albion are rock bottom of the league, eight points adrift of their nearest rivals. They have lost seven of their last ten games and have picked up just eight out of a possible 30 points on the road.
Cowdenbeath, on the other hand, are top of the table and look almost certain to be promoted back to the First Division come May. They have more than double the number of points that Stirling do and have scored nearly twice as many goals.
Most tellingly of all, though, they have yet to lose a single league game at home all season, winning eight and drawing two.
It looks like Albion have next to no chance and Cowdenbeath should be celebrating another three points come 5.00pm on Saturday.
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