After getting 2 of our last 3 both teams to score trebles up over the weekend confidence is high and we have a nice fixture list for Tuesday night, with a mixture of Champions League group games as well as a jam packed UK coupon to choose from.
Being the first phase of Champions League games, teams will be intent on starting well and the goals should flow all over Europe tonight, and the pick of the bunch for a goalfest simply has to be at the Bernabeu where Spanish champions Real Madrid take on Premier League title holders Manchester City.
Here is Tuesday night’s both teams to score treble:
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Real Madrid v Manchester City 7.45pm SS2
Real Madrid haven’t got the start to the season that they would’ve liked, but their home form is a big factor in this clash of the Champions.
Mourinho’s men have only lost to Barcelona in their last 35 home games, and have failed to score on just one occasion in this time.
Manchester City will know this is going to be a tough game, but their squad is jam packed with world class quality, and the next goal is never far away. It’s very rare indeed that City fail to register a goal, and Real Madrid have conceded in 4 of their last 5 games in all competitions, making this a stand out game for goals galore.
Peterborough v Bristol City 7.45pm
Peterborough are yet to gain a single point in their opening 5 Championship games, but it would be silly to rule them out of scoring goals. Tonight they face a Bristol city side that have already been involved in 3 games that have contained 5 goals or more, and the signs are good that will be another high scorer.
Peterborough lost 5-2 to Burnley at the weekend while Bristol City went down 5-3 to Blackburn Rovers. Fifteen goals spread between these teams last games makes this match impossible not to include in my treble.
AFC Wimbledon v Torquay 7.45pm
Both teams are struggling for points at this early stage of the season, and this looks a perfect opportunity for both teams to go for it and get amongst the goals.
Wimbledon have only 4 points after their 6 games, but have scored in 5 of these. Torquay will be disappointed with their lack of points in the last two games, including a 0-0 draw with arch rivals Plymouth, but they are fully capable of scoring past Wimbledon’s leaky defence here.