We will be sticking with a winning formula this weekend with Peter, Sam and Chris whose treble stormed in last weekend. What with our Europa League Goals Galore treble also winning on Thursday night we’re now building up a head of steam!
Here are last weeks winning team back again with their strongest three both teams to score selections for Saturday’s football action:
Start winning on Goals Galore today!
Tranmere Rovers v Peterborough United
By Sam Butchers
Peterborough have started the season just how they wanted-with maximum points and will look to carry on that perfect record with an away win over Tranmere. Peterborough were our go-to team last season for goals and so far they haven’t let us down in this new campaign.
The Posh smashed four goals past Notts County last time they were on their travels and after scoring 12 goals in all competitions from just the four games you just know they will find an away goal on Saturday. Tranmere have picked up just the one point so far but have been involved in some big goal scoring games, each match has seen both teams score and they have found the next six times in their two home games. Bring on the goals!
Charlton v Doncaster
By Chris Gregory
A fixture Charlton will want to get 3 points on the board as after 3 games they have only picked up one point, drawing 1 and losing 2. They have scored in all but one of these games, having lost 1-0 to Middlesbrough. Last time out Charlton fought back from a 2 goal deficit to draw 2-2 with Barnsley with goals from Simon Church and youngster Jordan Cousins.
Doncaster have started life well in the Championship, after losing their opening fixture to Blackpool, they have taken 3 points off Blackburn and a point off Wigan at the DW stadium, scoring in all 3 fixtures against tough opposition. This is a game they see they can get something out of after many of their players now in the belief they can push for playoff positions.
I expect Doncaster to score at the Valley being in a confident mood in this fixture but with Charlton needing to push on up the table home advantage and the rallying call from the fans will spurn them on!
Aston Villa v Liverpool
By Peter Te Rakau
The Villians host the Reds in this early season clash and although I don’t have a lot of stats to back up my theory of goals galore, I can rely on some quality past head to head results and a Villa side who haven’t kept a clean sheet in a competitive game since December.
With Benteke up top and their first league game at home you’d have to expect Villa to bag at least 1 and probably more. Villa’s defence on the other hand is still less than impressive. Pushing forward will leave them vulnerable to Liverpool’s speedy wingers and their inevitable counter attack. Even without Suarez there they have other goals scorers they can rely upon.
Both teams have scored in there last 3 head to heads and this could well end 2-2!