This weekend I’ve called upon our thriving group of 40 or so experienced punters from our private Facebook group to bang their heads together and come up with a decent both teams to score bet for Saturday, and after much discussion and analysis, within the group, our guys have contributed their own thoughts, which I’m really impressed with, well done guys! Why not mix and match them with the regular TVBet Goals Galore tips!
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Blackburn v Wolves 3.00pm odds – 8/13
Both teams have made decent starts to the season and both are promotion contenders this season.
Let’s talk Blackburn. They’ve kept 1 clean sheet in 8 games this season and have managed at least 1 goal in every game they have played. At home they are sure to score.
Wolves started very well but have dipped since being spanked by Chelsea. They have kept 3 clean sheets this season but out of 9 games doesn’t convince me not to back them to concede here. They’ve failed to score in 1 of their nine games this season.
There’s uncertainty in both camps; no manager vs dip in form. For me these types of games often mean goals.
Stenhousemuir v East Fife 3.00pm odds – 8/15
By Iain Bridges
Stenhousemuir are currently 5th with 10 points from 7 games. They have scored 13 and conceded 13. I fully expect them to be near the play off spots at the very least this season. They have played in just two games this season where both teams have not scored.
East Fife are, in my opinion, in a false position. They are currently sitting second bottom. They did the exact same thing last year before going on a cracking run and nearly getting to the play offs.
They have signed a boy on loan from Livingston who fell out with his manager and was probably their best player. He has played 2 and scored 2. They won their last game 6-2, albeit against the bottom team, but this will have given them a confidence boost.
East Fife have scored 11 and conceded 12 so far. Obviously 6 of these goals will came in the last game, but the arrival of the new fella has given them a new hope, and I fully expect both teams to score.
Leicester City v Bristol City 3.00pm odds – 4/5
By Scott Mitchell
Leicester have scored an impressive 23 goals so far this season in 11 competitive games, 8 of those coming in their 4 home matches.
They have hit the net in every match they have played, and only failed to concede in 2 of those; one of which being Peterborough when they were on their awful run of 7 straight losses.
Bristol City have also bagged a load of goals this term, 19 in 10 games, however their problem has been their leaky defence giving up 20. They have conceded in every game they have played this term, and only failed to score in 2. The latest 3 meetings between these two team have all contained BTTS, 3-2, 2-1 and another 2-1. Bristol City coming out on top twice, and Leicester once.