This week's BTTS treble from InplayMan features action from across England, Italy and Turkey and comes in at best odds of 5/1.
Istanbul Basaksehir vs Trabzonspor
A must win game for Basaksehir if they want to secure European football as they have Alanyaspor breathing down their necks to snatch 4th spot on the final day, and even a point wouldn't be enough for them if Alanyaspor were to win. They have a decent record as of late with no loss in their last seven games, but they'll have their work cut out for them here as they come up against the Champions Trabzonspor.
Even since clinching the title, Trabzonspor have hardly put a foot wrong, but what they have done is slightly take their foot off the gas. They've conceded in each of their last five since clinching the Super Lig title, and though they've only lost one of those, results like a 2-1 win over already-relegated Altay show where they're at right now. No pressure here for them as their top spot is already locked in, but they still have plenty of talent to find the net in this one and give Basaksehir a few things to think about.
Leicester vs Southampton
Final day of the season at the King Power and hopefully we see a repeat of the final day here last season where Leicester were beaten 2-4 by Tottenham in an entertaining game. The two come into this with little to play for really, Leicester is already all but assured of a top-half finish and Southampton is all but safe barring a miracle. The Saints put up a decent fight last time out in their game against title-chasing Liverpool, holding them for a large portion of the game before falling behind to a Matip-ish header.
One win in their last 10 games though will not be the way Hassenhuttl wanted his side to end their campaign and their run in February is really the only thing that has kept them out of a relegation scrap. They’ve been decent goalscorers and face a Leicester side who have been free-scoring in recent games (written before their game on Thursday evening) against the weaker sides in the league. It was 2-2 when the two sides met at St Mary’s earlier this season and I expect a similarly open final day affair here.
Inter Milan vs Sampdoria
Yes, it's a massive game for Inter Miland and means nothing to Sampdoria, but the visitors love causing trouble and have been in decent scoring form as of late. And with the added nerves as Inter Milan come into the final game knowing that they don't only need a win, they need their neighbours AC Milan to slip up as well, I think it's a very steady price on the BTTS here. Sampdoria haven't had the best of seasons by their standards and don't have a great record against the big sides, failing to beat any of the top six this season, but they did find the net in a 2-2 draw against Inter Milan on home soil earlier this year and were pretty impressive last time out in a 4-1 win over Fiorentina.
With their safety secured they can play with a bit of freedom and they have a great record against one of the most decorated sides in Italy, with the last six meetings ending 2-2, 5-1, 2-1, 2-1, 1-3 and 2-1. With a nervy final day for the hosts I can't see it going all their own way, and remember, a draw for Inter Milan won't be enough, so they're going to have to commit men forwards, which could well play into Sampdoria's hands.