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Bournemouth, West Brom and Wycombe Make up Nice Treble Bet

Friday 26th September 2014
Fingers crossed for a profitable weekend in our weekend treble as Michael Bates looks to home wins to build up the bank.

The matches are now coming thick and fast across the country and once again this weekend there is a full round of games for punters to enjoy both in the Premier League and the football League. There are some particularly enticing games on the menu to look forward over the next few days and we have picked out three bets that we believe makes up a very attractive treble punt. There is plenty of value to be found on the coupon this week with a £10 selection on our three matches as a treble bet with Paddy Power potentially returning a nice £86.10 if they all come in.

AFC Bournemouth v Wigan Athletic – Home win @ 11/10 with Paddy Power

The first match on our betting slip this weekend sees us head to the south coast and the Championship as Bournemouth take on Wigan Athletic in what is likely to be a crucial match for both teams. The Cherries go into this match without a League win in their last six but they spanked Cardiff 3-0 in in the League Cup in mid-week and the feeling is that they are due a win. Eddie Howe's men were comfortably the better team away at Watford last Saturday before conceding a late equalizer and they will be desperate to put that right at Dean Court on Saturday. It has been a similarly difficult spell for Wigan who have slipped down to 17th in the table following their woeful performance at home to Ipswich on Monday night which led to a 2-1 defeat. The Latics looked bereft of confidence at the DW and with Bournemouth due a big performance and a victory, it is the Cherries who make most appeal here at the prices with Paddy Power.

West Brom Albion v Burnley – Home win @ Evens with Paddy Power

We turn our attention to the Premier League for the next match on our slip over the weekend with West Brom hosting Burnley live in front of the Sky cameras on Sunday afternoon. It is vital clash between two teams who are set for a long relegation battle and the betting for this one is predictably tight. Burnley are already fighting for their lives having gained a shock promotion back to the top flight, while the Baggies are many experts tip for the drop come May after a poor start to the campaign. The problem for Burnley is clearly up front with just one goal to their name so far from their five games and unless they can put that record right, you do fear for them. West Brom do have more experience at the top level and after picking up their first League win of the season last weekend at Spurs, they do look the value here at evens with Paddy Power. These two have only scored four goals between them so far this season so expect a low scoring affair but one that the Baggies can just edge at a nice price.

Wycombe Wanderers v Cambridge United – Home win @ 21/20 with Paddy Power

We drop down into League Two for our final match this weekend with the focus falling onto Adams Park where Wycombe Wanderers play host to Cambridge United on Saturday afternoon. Wanderers have lost just one of their nine league games so far this season and find themselves sitting in a strong third position, just two points from the summit ahead of this important game at the weekend. They are unbeaten in six league games and face a Cambridge side who make the trip having lost their last two league games and currently find themselves in mid-table. Paul Hayes has scored four goals so far this season for Wycombe and he is likely to be the main man for them once again this weekend for Gareth Ainsworth's side who looks like they are in for a strong campaign challenging for promotion. Cambridge suffered a disappointing 1-0 result at home to Luton last weekend and this is a tough ask for them to bounce back against such strong opposition and with that in mind, it is a home win that makes most appeal here.
Mick Bates

Mick is a passionate fan of Coventry City and has watched from the sidelines (and had the privilege of seeing the inner workings during an exciting two years in corporate sales there) to see the once mighty Sky Blues fall from the Premier League, then fail to sparkle in the Championship, relegated from League One and wind up in League Two before winning the most important fixture in football competitions - The Checkatrade Trophy final followed by a heart-stopping promotion back to League One.

As well as supporting the Sky Blues, Mick appreciates all levels of football and loves a good book to keep himself entertained as well as a few hours on FIFA or Football Manager as time allows.

He also keeps an eye on all the major English leagues and regularly enjoys a flutter looking for that elusive treble! 

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