Betfair now gives you the facility to mix and match your multiples across a huge range of sports and markets with the easy-to-use betslip and so each weekend I've been putting together a cross-sport treble with the aim of showing the way to maximise your profits.
Bet 1: Back Tranmere to beat Yeovil at 1.64
With the international break this weekend, the domestic football spotlight falls on League One and the early pace setters in the third tier, Tranmere. Ronnie Moore's side are yet to lose a league game this season and are already four points clear. After successive away wins, they return to Prenton Park on Saturday to face Yeovil.
The Glovers had a bright start to the season but a run of six successive defeats saw them slip down the table. They did steady the ship last weekend with a win over struggling Colchester, but they are clearly vulnerable and you have to wonder what that bad run has done for their confidence.
Tranmere will be missing midfielder Andy Robinson, but Yeovil also have a couple of players out through injury and I think they will be hard-pressed to contain a rampant home side. Back the league leaders to prevail at [1.61]
Bet 2: Back Delhi to beat Kolkata at 1.8
Saturday sees the first big clash of the Indian franchises in the Champions League Twenty20 as Kolkata take on Delhi at Centurion. The Knight Riders are the current IPL champions, but it is the Daredevils who are the favourites for this encounter.
That favouritism is due mainly to the fact that this tournament is being held in South Africa. On Indian pitches, Kolkata have a formidable bowling line-up, with an array of medium pacers and spinners who can be hard to get away. But on these juicier pitches, it is the pace-heavy Delhi attack that should prevail.
Kolkata also have some familiar selection issues, whereas all four of Delhi's big name players can be accommodated and the combination of Kevin Pietersen and David Warner is a particularly potent one. Back the Daredevils to win at [1.85]
Bet 3: Back Edinburgh to beat Saracens at 2.5
Back to back away wins, including victory over last season's Premiership champions Harlequins, mean that Saracens go into their opening Heineken Cup fixture with their confidence high and with every expectation of picking up another win on the road.
But in a tricky Pool that includes tough Irish opposition in Munster and big-spending French side Racing Metro, Sarries could be in for a nasty shock in Scotland. Edinburgh were the surprise package of last year's competition, reaching the semi-finals and remaining undefeated at home throughout.
Although they leaked points along the way, a talented back line marshalled by Greg Laidlaw compensated for those deficiencies. Chris Ashton and Brad Barrit will be back for Saracens but in what is likely to be a free-scoring affair, the visitors could be outgunned and I'll be siding with Edinburgh at [2.5]
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