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Both Teams To Score Tips Sat 29th Sept: No Clean Sheet For Leaky City At The Cottage

Visit Stan JamesBrowsing through this weekends fixtures there is no shortage of tempting both teams to score bets, and I’ve had a very hard job picking the best treble to get my money on.

One thing has become blatantly apparent over the last few weeks is that The Championship has been superb for goals; most teams seem to have their shooting boots on. With that in mind, here are my best 3 Goals Galore games for Saturday.

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Fulham v Manchester City 3.00pm Best Odds: 8/11 Stan James

Fulham are a force to be reckoned with at Craven Cottage, and with just 2 defeats in their last 15 home games, they are sure to make things tough for current champions Manchester City.

The Citizens aren’t as watertight as last term by a long chalk, although their ability to score goals is second to none. I’m very confident indeed that both teams will score, and Fulham’s record of firing just 2 blanks in their last 15 at home adds a bit of substance to the selection.

Bristol City v Leeds United 3.00pm Best Odds: 8/13 Stan James

There’s no doubt about it, Derek McInnes has got Bristol City heading on the right track. Last season they managed to tally up a total of just 44 goals ( the 3rd lowest goal haul in the league), but have managed to net 15 in their first 7 games this term.

With 11 of them goals scored in front of home fans at Ashton Gate, Bristol City should have no problem producing the goods against a Leeds side that have kept just 2 clean sheets in their last 15 Championship games, but are equally adept at scoring.

Cardiff City v Blackpool 3.00pm Best Odds: 8/13 Stan James

Two attack minded teams here that should battle it out hammer and tongs for the 3 points. Cardiff City have an unblemished home record at this early stage of the season, but have conceded in 2 of their 3 games, although taking the spoils on each occasion.

Blackpool only know how to play one way, and that should guarantee an entertaining clash of two teams close to the top of the table. The Seasiders have failed to score just once in their last 15 games in all competitions, and should manage at least 1 goal against a Cardiff side who have scored 10 in their last 5 games.

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