After our third straight both teams to score winner yesterday, I thought it only right that we should try our best to continue the winning trend with another treble.
There’s not a lot about today to make up a treble, but there’s an inviting looking fixture list for Tuesday, the Blue Square Premier the main focus of my interest, and although there is every possibility that these games will fall victim of the weather, I’m going to give it a go in the hope they go ahead.
Here is my Goals Galore treble for Tuesday:
Forest Green v Hereford 7.45pm
4th placed Forest Green welcome 9th placed Hereford here, and while there’s a 10 point gap between them, Forest Green have real difficulty keeping clean sheets, especially at home.
The home side have lost only 3 of their 12 games at New Lawn, but as far as BTTS is concerned they have scored and conceded in a whopping 83% of their games there; scoring in all 12, but keeping just 2 clean sheets.
This obviously mean that Forest Green have an attacking mindset, and aim to simply outscore opponents.
Visitors Hereford have scored in each of their last 9 away games, and shouldn’t have a problem finding the net if this game pans out as I think it will. It looks a great clash for Goals Galore.
Woking v Newport County 7.45pm
Title contenders Newport County make the long trip to Surrey to face mid table Woking, and this game has all the hallmarks of a great BTTS selection.
Newport County will be a bit shell-shocked after losing 0-2 at home to relegation contenders Barrow last weekend, and they will have their work cut out to beat Woking, but looking at the statistics goals certainly seem to be on the menu.
10 of Woking’s 13 home games have seen both teams find the net, while 10 of Newport’s 12 away games have had the same outcome. The Welsh outfit are on a run of 7 away games in which they have both scored and conceded.
The reverse fixture played back at the end of October saw Woking win by the odd goal in 5, so this could well be another goal fest.
Notts County v Oldham 7.45pm
Some League One action here, and Oldham can make this a decent scoring game going by current form. The Latics have scored 9 away goals in their last 5 games, and looking at Notts County, who haven’t won a game since the end of November, the visitors may well fancy themselves for a win.
Oldham trail County by 10 points in the league, but form wise, County couldn’t be in a worse place. Oldham play an attacking style, and definitely won’t be sitting back here. These teams played out a 2-2 draw earlier in the season, and there’s every reason to believe that there will be a few goals in this one.