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Sheffield Wednesday vs Stoke City (BTTS at 1.72)

Despite an uncertain summer with managers and transfer emargos, Sheffield Wednesday has made a respectable start to the season and has won the last 3 games coming into this one. They’re unbeaten in their opening 3 home games, too.

Stoke has played, and scored against, much better opponents than Sheffield Wednesday so far this season (Leeds, West From and Preston North End). All tough places to go but they managed to score.

I think they’ll do the same again today, with Wednesday also finding the back of the net as they have in all but one of their opening six games.

 (BTTS at 1.66)

Swindon has started the season well and is unbeaten in the last 5 games. At home they have scored 7 goals in 3 games, whilst Bury has scored 7 in the last 2 coming into this one.

Away from home they are winless but have managed to score in the last 2 outings and will take confidence from those back to back wins.

Carlisle vs Tranmere (BTTS at 1.72)

All of Tranmere’s away games so far have ended with BTTS landing. They are still winless, picking up 2 draws and a single defeat. Carlisle has started the season well with 13 points from 7 games seeing them sit 4th in the table.

They have won 4/5 recent matches, averaging 1.67 goals per home game so far. There has been an average of 3.67 goals per game on the road so far for Tranmere, with 2.67 goals on average for the home side.

Recommended Bet

Both teams to score Treble

  • Sheffield Wednesday vs Stoke City
  • Swindon vs Bury
  • Carlisle vs Tranmere
  • Pays just under 4/1 at Bet365
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