Are you ready, ladies and gents? There’s a plethora of football taking place this weekend. Marathonbet has found three potential gems that could boost the banks of punters up and down the country. Steam in!
In the Championship Brighton have a huge shout to keep up the pressure on faltering leaders Middlesbrough if they can win at home to stragglers Bolton. The Seagulls are soaring high again after a concerning winless run but have taken maximum points from their last three league games.
Bolton meanwhile have struggles on and off the pitch right now and are fighting for their Championship lives. They are however unbeaten in three and could be turning a corner. Despite signs of a turnaround, Albion remain unbeaten at home against Bolton and boast the highest number of one-goal winning margins at home this season.
Scorelines of 2-1 and 1-0 have been abundant, so consider backing Brighton to win by one goal at 63/25. BET NOW.
League One title-hopefuls Wigan are also on an unbeaten run stretching nine games. Like Brighton, they face a team threatened with the drop – Oldham – and boast an above-average goal scoring record in the league.
Oldham haven’t scored in nearly five hours of football which is probably why they moved for Wycombe striker Aaron Amadi-Holloway today. They announced the signing of the League Two striker, who has netted four times in 29 appearances so far this season, on loan earlier this afternoon.
While Oldham struggle for goals, Wigan have been scoring them for fun. They’ve netted 21 times in their last nine games, averaging 2.33 goals per game. They look good value to win with a -1 handicap at 21/20. BET NOW.
And finally a battle of the League Two promotion hopefuls takes place in the south west as Plymouth host Mansfield. The visitors are unbeaten in four and remain just four points adrift of the automatic promotion spots while Plymouth are second, five points from the top.
Both teams have scored in nearly 70% of Plymouth’s home games this season and we reckon there’s a good chance Mansfield will be keen to close the gap on the league leaders and play an open, attacking game.
All prices shown here are correct as of 5pm on Friday February 12 and may differ from odds shown at the Marathonbet sportsbook.