Goals Galore Treble Tuesday 27th March – Some Very Open Looking Games Tonight
Looking through the Tuesday fixture list I was amazed to find that I struggled to find one match that I would consider backing on the match odds, but it looks an absolutely perfect night for goals galore. Tottenham are the shortest price of the night domestically, but it’s hard to fancy them after drawing with Stoke and Chelsea, and Bolton are playing with extra heart after the devastating Muamba collapse. Here are my best three selections for tonight’s both teams to score coupon.
Peterborough v West Ham 7.45pm
Peterborough let me down at the weekend when they drew a blank in a 1-0 loss to Barnsley at Oakwell on Saturday, but on further inspection I noticed that Posh seem to score more goals against better opposition, and West Ham must surely accommodate them tonight.
Peterborough are the only team left in the Championship that are yet to draw a game 0-0. Their games average a huge 3.18 goals, only beaten by Ipswich whose games average 3.37 goals.
West Ham are undefeated in their last 10 in the league, but have struggled lately; 5 consecutive score draws has damaged their chances of automatic promotion, but is absolutely perfect for goals galore. Cue another score draw!
Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough 7.45pm
As mentioned previously, Ipswich games contain the most goals in the Championship. Six straight wins has rejuvenated their season, but it looks too much of a longshot to make the play-offs now.
Middlesbrough are live contenders for a place in the play offs, and they do a lot of their best work away from home.
Score draws at West Ham and Leicester as well as good away wins at Millwall and Portsmouth in their last 5 on the road stand them in good stead for at least 1 goal here, and you have got to expect Ipswich to score in their current form.
Bradford City v Crawley Town
Bradford have scored and conceded in their last 8 games, with 6 score draws and 2 wins. Opponents Crawley are not the team they were before Christmas after the sale of their 2 top strikers, but have replaced them wit a couple of quality loan signings to keep their promotion hopes on track.
The Bantams are still involved in the relegation scrap, but a win here would put them 6 points clear of the drop zone, and although Crawley will be tough nut to crack, their defence is much leakier than it was earlier in the season.
This game has both teams to score written all over it, making it the final leg of my goals galore treble.
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