There’s nothing better than seeing the team you’ve bet on score a goal, and we’re hoping these six will bag at least nine between them on Saturday to land us a tasty 11/2 winner.
We’re not concerned with which teams score in those respective matches. As long as each contest brings a minimum of three goals, we’ll be hitting the pub on Saturday night with an extra £55 in our pockets.
Fulham v Bristol City
Goals have been a regular feature at Craven Cottage this season, with Tuesday’s 3-2 loss to Burnley the latest game of high drama involving Fulham. And we can’t see any reason to think they’ll dry up as they take on fellow Championship strugglers Bristol City.
Fulham’s 18 matches have seen 58 goals split right down the middle. There’s no question that the firepower of Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele can cause problems for the visiting Robins. However, manager Slavia Jokanovic knows that his side will probably need to score more than once as they’ve kept just one clean sheet in 25 competitive matches.
Bristol City haven’t exactly flourished in front of goal, but they can increase their tally of 15 against a side that they sit level on points with. Sadly, a defence that’s shipped 28 away goals looks unlikely to keep a shutout either.
We’d expect both teams to score. Can one of them score a second? We’d certainly like to think so.
Swindon Town v Millwall
In League One, Swindon Town have enjoyed a much better time of things since Luke Williams took over and they are now enjoying their best form of the season with four wins on the spin. The Robins will certainly be confident as they prepare for this weekend’s clash with Millwall, but they should be prepared for a difficult test against the Lions.
Swindon’s main strength has been in attack, with Nicholas Ajose leading the division’s scoring charts on 19 goals. Overall, the club has notched 31 in 17 matches at the County Ground. Despite sitting 10 points below the visitors, the hosts should be very optimistic against a Millwall defence that’s shipped 20 on the road.
Neil Harris’s side does boast plenty of firepower too, though, in the form of Steve Morrison and Lee Gregory. After registering 31 away goals already, they should be fancied to enjoy a productive day here, especially as Swindon have shipped 28 home goals. Meanwhile, a win would keep them firmly in the play-offs, which should be another huge incentive.
It’s hard to predict the outcome of this one. But we do expect to see goals.
Cheltenham Town v Woking
Conference side Woking have hit a real bad patch in recent weeks, losing five league encounters in a row, and certainly won’t be relishing the visit to league leaders Cheltenham. Unfortunately for Garry Hill’s side, a similar performance at Whaddon Road could end in a mauling.
The Cardinals have at least found the target in eight of their last 10, and they have more than enough talent to score against the Robins. Sadly, we don’t think that’ll be enough to see them register any points.
Goals haven’t been overly frequent for Cheltenham in recent weeks, but the league leaders aren’t short of inspiration. Danny Wright boasts 18 goals by himself while the team has notched 33 on home soil this season. A win here could be another huge step on the road to promotion, and we’re expecting them to get it.
On a good day, Cheltenham could score three without any help from the visitors. If they don’t, let’s hope Woking chip in with a couple too. Whatever happens, we’ll be spending the day wanting goals for and against teams nicknamed the Robins. Come on!
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