Fed up being beaten by the bookies every week? The Banker Treble is your chance to get your own back!
Neil Sargent has trawled the fixture lists across Europe to bring you the three best bankers for your treble this Saturday.
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Paris Saint-Germain to beat Caen @ 83/100
Caen have only won two of their last 15 games in all competitions, losing nine and drawing three. They have failed to score in their last three games, picking up just one point, and have drawn a blank in three of their last five home matches. Last Sunday’s 3-0 defeat at Montpellier leaves them perched precariously in 14th place in Ligue 1, only four points off the bottom of the table.
PSG are currently enjoying a 12-match unbeaten run that has helped them rise to the top of the Ligue 1 table. They have an impressive away record, losing just once on their travels all season, and they have scored 12 goals in their last four games – an average of three goals per game.
On top of this, PSG are very fast starters – they haven’t fallen behind in any of their last six games – and so they look like being the favourites to grab the crucial opening goal. And, as if all that wasn’t enough to sway you, they have won all of the last five meetings with Caen, having not suffered defeat to the Normandy club since 2008.
Banking on PSG in this one seems the only sensible option.
Cliftonville to beat Glenavon @ 7/25
Northern Ireland’s Glenavon are, without doubt, one of the most travel-sick sides anywhere in Europe. They are the only team in the whole Northern Irish Premiership who have yet to win away from home this season, losing 10 and drawing five.
But, worse still, they have only won one solitary away game since Christmas 2010 – that’s 15 long, painful months. It is little wonder, then, that with just two games to go before the league split, Glenavon are languishing in the relegation play-off spot, only four points off automatic demotion.
On Saturday they travel to third-placed Cliftonville who are desperately looking for points to secure their position in the European qualification spots, and who will never get an easier opportunity to take all three points.
A home win in this one seems certain.
Bayern Munich to beat Hertha Berlin @ 33/100
Following a disappointing recent run that saw them slip off the pace at the top of the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich have exploded into life in the last week, scoring seven goals in consecutive games.
Saturday’s 7-1 win over Hoffenheim was followed up emphatically with a 7-0 Champions League victory over Basle on Tuesday night. Mario Gomes scored seven goals in both matches combined, while Arjen Robben scored four, so confidence should be sky-high amongst the Bayern attackers, which is more than can be said for struggling Hertha Berlin, who can only dream of having strikers on such hot form.
Hertha have failed to score in seven of their last nine games in all competitions, and have won only once in their last 14 league games, leaving them in the relegation play-off position only one point off the automatic drop zone.
On top of this, Bayern have won the last three meetings between the sides scoring four goals, three goals and five goals respectively, and with Bayern on such a hot streak another goal-fest could be on the cards.
An away win here will round off your treble very nicely.
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