Getting a treble up on the coupon is a guaranteed way to cheer up the weekend, and the 231/25 on Cardiff, Sheffield United and MK Dons should give you a good run for your money.
Indeed, new customers who join bwin.com and use their free £25 bet on this treble could net an impressive £256 if all three results come in.
Cardiff to beat Portsmouth
Cardiff City have made a promising start under the stewardship of Malky Mackay and can claim all three points at goal-shy Portsmouth.
Since an opening-day 2-2 draw at Middlesbrough, Pompey have scored just twice in four games, including a 1-0 home reverse to League Two Barnet in the Carling Cup.
Short of players – boss Steve Cotterill has been naming just four substitutes – avoiding the relegation dogfight is success for the south-coast outfit.
Cardiff have grander ambitions and having already won at West Ham and drawn at Burnley, at 17/10 the Bluebirds have the potency to continue their fine away form from last year, where their 11 wins on the road was a divisional best. That included a 2-0 win at Fratton Park year ago, and a repeat could be on the cards.
Sheffield United to beat Yeovil
Sheffield United’s acclimatisation to the third tier has been seamless, only dropping their first points of the season in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Tranmere to leave them joint top of League One.
Ex-Sheffield Wednesday boss Danny Wilson was a controversial appointment but appears to have won fans over with good results and entertaining football and at 21/20 they can continue their good start at Yeovil.
The Glovers are in for another season of struggle. The sale of Dean Bowditch to MK Dons has left them short of firepower, and even with Bowditch’s 15 goals last term, only relegated Bristol Rovers and Swindon had worse home records. With Richard Cresswell in fine form, the Blades should have too much.
MK Dons to beat Stevenage
MK Dons have made an even better start, sitting top of the pile in League One, having scored 11 league goals in four games, not to mention the four in the demolition of Premier League Norwich in Tuesday’s Carling Cup clash.
Despite the loss of Sam Baldock, who scored six goals for Karl Robinson’s exciting young team before being snapped up by West Ham this week, the Dons should have enough at 17/20 to see off promoted Stevenage.
Stevenage have made a solid enough start to life in League One, but are not in MK Dons’ class and even in their promotion campaign Boro lost ten times on the road, six of which came against teams in the top half. A paltry 25 goals was also the worst return in the top twelve.
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