JURGEN KLINSMANN is still searching for his first win since being parachuted into a rescue mission at Bundesliga strugglers Hertha Berlin.
A 2-1 home defeat to Borussia Dortmund was followed by squandering a 2-0 lead to draw at Eintracht Frankfurt by the World Cup-winning Germany striker's new side.
Klinsmann, in charge at Hertha until the end of the season, hopes to make it third time lucky today when his troops welcome Freiburg to the capital.
Hertha's seven-game run without a Bundesliga win is partly down to their leaky defence and all but one of their six home matches this season have had both teams scoring and over 2.5 goals.
Freiburg have had btts in four of five away days and neither side to keep a clean sheet appeals again at 17-25 with Marathonbet.
Elsewhere, Barcelona kept their main men fresh in midweek for this afternoon's tricky trip to take on Real Sociedad in La Liga.
The hosts' last five home games have banked btts, as have four of five away trips for Barca in all competitions, and goals at both ends pays 6-10 at William Hill.
Complete the treble in Holland where Twente face managerless Vitesse. Neither side are in fine fettle – Twente have one victory in five and Vitesse have gone five without a win.
But it's a fixture with a history of goals – seven of the last eight have had both teams scoring – and same again is 1-2 at William Hill.
Scott's Euro Btts Treble
- Hertha Berlin v Freiburg (2.30pm)
- Real Sociedad v Barcelona (3pm)
- Twente v Vitesse (7.45pm)
- (3-1, William Hill)