Saturday’s international break was a favour for followers of Free Super Tips’ Both Teams to Score & Win Doubles. With the international meetings going ahead, it forced FST’s pre match tipsters to look further south in the league structure for Saturday’s picks. The mastermind behind this tip’s success stopped the search after finding 2 specific National League fixtures.
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10/1 BTTS & Win Double
All English domestic action on Saturday was from League One and below. Our 2 picks however, were both played at 3pm in the National League, formerly known as the Conference League.
This blog starts us off at Macclesfield Town. Macclesfield were looking very strong in this game at home to Woking. They pushed on to a 2-0 lead after just 37 minutes. Both sides went in to the break at the same 2-0 score line. An hour in to the action, Woking came alive and managed to nick a goal back through Dennon Lewis. It was 2-1 and at that scoreline we would need Macclesfield to hold out or go on and score another to secure the first leg. Woking made a couple of changes to push on and grab an equaliser, but as they pushed and pushed, Macclesfield held out well and even went on to score a third goal to make it 3-1 in injury time. Bet 1 in.
The only other pick we had was a BTTS & Win for travelling side Forest Green who were away to Chester. The Gloucestershire side were travelling full of confidence and you could see that by the way they ran Chester ragged in the opening moments. 21 minutes in and midfielder Liam Noble struck gold for Forest Green as he put his side 1-0 up. We then had to wait until the second half for another match goal, with the away team striking again to give Forest Green a 2 goal cushion heading in to the final 3rd of the game. This time the goal came from another midfielder in former Birmingham City player, Darren Carter. Chester didn’t seem to throw much at this game, but with just 11 minutes to play, Elliot Durrell found the net for the home side and Chester had scored to help secure the 10/1 BTTS & Win Double! It was a long old 10mins from then on in, but our followers remained strong, rebuffed the cash out and saw it out until the end.
Followers Bet Slips
As we always like to do, we have shared many of our followers bet slips below to show you just how they got on and their reactions, during and after, the BTTS & Win Double winner. These slips were sent in to us via our Twitter page. Go ahead and follow us NOW! Enjoy.
— jon norton (@norton17safc) September 3, 2016
— Matt Lee (@MattyLee_1968) September 3, 2016
— Dave Bagley (@davebagley057) September 3, 2016
— Kami Smith (@MrKamiSmith) September 3, 2016
— Jamie Anderson (@Jamie94Anderson) September 3, 2016