It’s one of the most competitive weekends in UK football, and bookies are having a tough time separating many of the teams on Saturday’s fixture list. The fact that the games look ultra hard to predict could be a real blessing in disguise for Goals Galore, and my suggestion is to get on the goals this weekend.
Yeovil v Walsall
Yeovil are attracting a lot of attention from my goals galore radar lately, and they are my first choice for this weekends action.
The Glovers have scored and conceded in their last 7 consecutive home games, and Walsall will fancy their chances of adding to that tally on Saturday afternoon.
Yeovil have scored 14 and conceded 13 in the said 7 games, and while Walsall don’t score too many on their travels- they have managed to score in all but 3 away games so far this season.
The visitors are undefeated in their last 6, and will fancy their chances of getting a result against a leaky Yeovil defence. Goals Galore definitely looks the answer here.
Birmingham v Middlesbrough
Birmingham’s solid defence has deserted them as the season has progressed, and after conceding in 5 of their last 6 games, Boro’ will feel they can get something at St Andrews this weekend.
The Blues have recorded just the 1 win in their last 6 games after a fantastic period which saw them collect 22 points in their 10 league games between Boxing Day and Valentines Day.
Middlesbrough are still in with a great shout of making the Play-offs, and have scored in each of their last 5 away games, picking up 8 points and just 1 loss in the process.
Birmingham need to steady themselves if they are going to make the play-offs, and while they have a game in hand on most surrounding teams and are just 1 point behind 7th position, their form is worrying, ang Boro’ could take advantage here. Goals look very likely.
Crewe v Swindon
Swindon are having an amazing season under Paolo Di Canio and must be applauded for their record of 10 consecutive wins before losing to local rivals Oxford a couple of weeks ago.
The Robins bounced back in great style with a crushing 4-0 win over Dagenham and Redbridge and followed up last weekend with a 1-0 win over fierce rivals and play-off hopefuls Cheltenham. However they won’t have it all their own way at the Alexandra Stadium against Crewe.
The Railwaymen are undefeated in their last 5, but more importantly they’ve scored and conceded in all 5 of these games.
Crewe have only failed to score 3 times at home, and are now having their best spell of form this season. That said, Swindon have the ability to score a few in this game such is Crewe’s attacking style, and this game should provide plenty of entertainment as well as goals galore.