Another 3 of my betting group members have discussed their Goals Galore thoughts for this Saturday, kindly writing up their views for their strongest fancies, and hopefully netting us a winning treble.
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Crystal Palace vs Derby
By Chris Gregory
Palace have hit the ground running since the arrival of Ian Holloway, the last 6 games Palace have not lost, winning 4 and drawing 2, scoring in every game most notably a 5-0 win over a poor Ipswich Town.
In the last 6 home games Palace have been rampant in front of goal with the attacked spearheaded by Glenn Murray and the newly capped Wilfred Zaha they have scored 17 in the last 6 games but have also conceded 8, including being 1-2 down to Burnley at half time only to win the game 4-3.
Derby’ form has steadied their league position to a respectable 9th in the Championship, including 3 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats in the last 6. Away from home last 6 has seen Derby score in all but 2 of these games and taking a point off Middlesbrough and an attractive win at Nottingham Forest
Although I am confident of a Crystal Palace win here, they have a tendency to concede the first goal and come back to win games at home and with an attacking 4-3-3 line up so both teams to score looks an attractive bet.
Reading vs Everton
By Simon McCoubery
Reading play hosts to Everton on Saturday afternoon with Reading hoping to get that first home league win, so far Reading have been unable to turn the home draws into wins but we have seen no shortage of goals with a total of 16 goals in 5 games and both teams scoring in 4 of those 5 games.
The Toffees on the other hand sit nicely in 4th spot but Everton and clean sheets just don’t seem to happen, Everton have scored in all but one game this season with only 2 clean sheets to their name, both teams have scored in 4 of the 6 away games with only West Brom being able to keep them out.
Both teams have a total of 11 draws between them and I can see another score draw on the cards but will be more than happy with both teams on the scoresheet come 4:45pm.
Burnley vs Charlton
By Mark Nottingham
This has goals written all over it in my opinion.Burnley have scored in 9 of their last 10 games. Their only failure was away to Cardiff in a 4-0 drubbing. The Clarets have actually failed to score on just one occasion this season.
Charlton are the same; scoring in 9 of their last 10 – failing to net in all but 3 games all season.
Both teams are mid table but have play off ambitions/ pulling clear of relegation so will be going for the win. Both have a GD of -1.
Burnley have scored 17 goals in 8 games at home conceding 10.
Charlton have scored more games on their travels than at The Valley; scoring 12 and conceding 9.
This looks a perfect game for both teams to score.