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Wins on the road for Bolton, Wycombe and Plymouth are the key to our weekend treble

Friday 21st November 2014
Top flight action will return to our screens this weekend as the international break has come to an end, but we have opted to ignore the Premier League when trying to find our best bets of the weekend and have found a tasty Football League treble for punters to get stuck into on Saturday afternoon. 

We have unearthed a trio of away clubs that could well upset their home adversaries and a £20 bet on our treble with BetVictor will return a cracking £316.71

Bolton Wanderers to beat Blackpool – 13/10 BetVictor

Neil Lennon has worked wonders in the short space of time he has spent at the helm of Bolton Wanderers and they can continue their push away from the Championship relegation zone on Saturday with a win over bottom club Blackpool at Bloomfield Road and BetVictor's 13/10 is worth snapping up about an away win.

Three wins out of their last four matches with nine goals being scored in those victories has seen the tide turn at the Trotters and they face a Blackpool side that are devoid of confidence and have only managed to pick up seven points all season, lost four of their last five games, and are miles adrift at the foot of the second tier.

Lee Clark has been brought in to try and steady the ship at the Tangerines, but he lacks some significant quality within his ranks and with an improving Bolton side likely to be tough to break down then the visitors can inflict more misery on Blackpool and bag all three points on Saturday afternoon.

Wycombe Wanderers to beat Cheltenham Town – 17/10 BetVictor

Wycombe Wanderers suffered a disappointing defeat at the hands of League Two highflyers Burton Albion on Monday night, but the Chairboys can recapture their winning ways and cement their place in the top three of the fourth tier on Saturday with victory over a hit-and-miss Cheltenham Town side, who are heading into the contest fresh from a 5-1 drubbing against Stevenage.

The Robins had produced a fine performance when downing Swindon Town by five goals in the FA Cup, but they were woeful last weekend and if they replicate that display then they will struggle against a Wycombe side that have been free-scoring all season and have been in tremendous form away from home all season.

Gareth Ainsworth will be eager for his Wycombe side to return to winning ways and if they can unlock a sometimes flaky Cheltenham defence then the 17/10 available with BetVictor is worth snapping up and they can make it two from two in our weekend treble.

Plymouth Argyle to beat Mansfield Town – 31/20 BetVictor

Mansfield Town were held to a 1-1 draw with Non League side Concord Rangers in the FA Cup in midweek and the Stags could face another test at the weekend as they take on a flourishing Plymouth Argyle side in League Two who are fresh from a 3-0 victory over Portsmouth and are soaring up the table.

The Pilgrims have launched themselves up to fifth in the league mainly thanks to the red-hot form of star striker Reuben Reid and he could well be a thorn in Mansfield's side this weekend and BetVictor's 31/20 is more than generous about an away win for the West Country outfit, who will be aiming to push towards an automatic promotion spot.

Mansfield are lying precariously in 19th position and have struggled to pick up many points in recent weeks and their demise could well continue against an improving Argyle side and the visitors can complete our best bets treble which pays just over 14/1 with BetVictor and a £20 stake returns a superb £316.71
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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