Here we look at the weekend’s action, division by division, to see exactly what is trending when it comes to our favourite wager here at TVbet. Plenty of goals all over the place this week, and some where you wouldn’t necessarily pick as part of your weekend bets.
A 70% strike rate this week in the Premier League this weekend, with both teams scoring in 7 from the 10 matches.
Norwich once again produced the goods, this time winning 2-1 at home to QPR, making them the clear best team in the Premier League for producing a both teams to score outcome. That is now 11 from 13 games played.
The Canaries style of play is clearly conducive to both scoring and conceding against teams of all strengths, and they must be followed closely until further notice.
Chelsea finally managed to keep a clean sheet at home, unbelievably their first of the season. This may be the start of better things from The Blues, so be weary of putting them in Goals Galore bets for the next couple of weeks.
Swansea remain a force to be reckoned with at home, appearing sturdy at the back, but not scoring many goals. Certainly a team to avoid backing at Goals Galore when playing at home, at least for now.
Manchester City are getting decidedly leaky. Now scoring and conceding in their last 6 league games after their 1-1 draw at Anfield, they are definitely worth following for your Goals Galore bets.
- Manchester City
- Aston Villa
8 from 12 Goals Galore outcomes in the Championship this week, which equates to a 66% strike rate, very high for this division.
Peterborough did what they do best, producing another positive both teams to score result, drawing 1-1 with Middlesbrough. That’s now 10 straight games of scoring and conceding, and 15 from 18 in all league games.
Crystal Palace are a team to avoid at all costs, drawing 0-0 at home to Milwall. That’s 9 consecutive matches now for Palace without both scoring and conceding.
Burnley are proving profitable to follow at the moment, a 3-2 win over Hull this weekend, making it 6 consecutive Goals Galore outcomes.
Doncaster are looking rather toothless in the scoring department recently, and with a 0-0 home draw against lowly Watford, they should be avoided for now.
- Crystal Palace
A terrible week for both teams scoring in League 1, with just 3 games from 11 producing Goals Galore, a 36% strike rate.
Scunthorpe remain the team to follow in this division, losing 3-2 at Notts County to make it 14 from 18 this season.
Preston were great for goals a few weeks ago but have dried up recently. All of their top strikers are injured, and they look to be a team to avoid in the immediate future.
MK Dons may be worth following in the coming weeks. A 4-3 victory over struggling Wycombe this week, and involved in a 6 goal thriller the week before against Colchester. Could be the strart of a Goals Galore trend here.
- MK Dons
5 from 10 outcomes this week, making it 50%. Dagenham are looking terrible and failed to score against a normally average Accrington side.
Keep clear of the Daggers for the moment. They simply can’t be trusted to score a goal.
AFC Wimbledon were involved in a 3-2 loss this week to Burton. Wimbledon have been rather disappointing recently as far as goals are concerned, but after this result may be worth looking at for the next couple of weeks.
- AFC Wimbledon
- Morecambe (away)