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Over 2.5 Match Goals Tips Saturday 13th February – Goals To Flow At Molineux

We all love a game of goals, but it’s even more exciting when the drama helps us win some money. That’s exactly what we’re looking to do on Saturday with this Over 2.5 match goals treble.

All we need is three or more goals in each of the following games, and we’ll be turning a £10 into an impressive £68 returns. Sound appealing? Then join us on this weekend selection.

Good luck.

Wolverhampton Wanderers V Preston North End

Our first selection comes from Molineux where Wolves take on Preston in what should be an intriguing clash between two unpredictable sides. An early goal for either side could kick this into overdrive, and that’s exactly what we’re hoping to see.

Kenny Jackett’s men have scored 19 and conceded 21 in 15 home matches. That works out as just over 2.5 goals per game, and the fact we think this clash could be tight leads us to think it could be 2-1 either way.

Goals have been a little less frequent when Preston play away from Deepdale, but three of their last four away games have brought goals at both ends with two passing the 2.5 goal line. Meanwhile, the Lilywhites enter this clash on the back of a 2-1 home win over Huddersfield.

The reverse clash ended in a 1-1 draw, as long as one team can find an extra goal from somewhere, we should be just fine.

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Colchester United V Swindon Town

League One’s bottom side have been dreadful over the past few months and have now conceded 68 times in just 29 games. If visiting Swindon take advantage of that leaky defence, this over 2.5 selection should sail in.

Colchester cannot keep a clean sheet and are winless in 15 league outings. New boss Kevin Keen hasn’t been able to turn things around either, but the Eagles have at least found the net 21 times in 15 home games. Considering Swindon have shipped 21 on the road, there should be a chance for the hosts to extend their tally.

Luke Williams’s Robins haven’t been in the best form in front of goal but the duo of Nicholas Ajose and Jonathan Obika are more than capable of scoring against the league’s worst side. This is the perfect opportunity for them to get back to winning ways and there’s no reason that can’t do it with a glut.

The reverse clash had three goals in it while last season’s clash in Colchester had four. Let’s hope for plenty more drama here.

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Wrexham V Bromley

Goals have been a regular feature at the Racecourse Ground this term as Wrexham’s 16 league goals have brought 36 goals at the right end and a further 22 at the wrong. There’s no reason to think they’ll dry up as they take on an out-of-form Bromley.

The visitors are now four games without a win, but they have at least found the net in their last two. This Bromley side does boast goals, as they proved in the 3-1 reverse win in August. However, things are a little crazy at the Courage Stadium right now and interim boss Neil Smith faces a truly difficult task in Wales.

Like Bromley, Wrexham are four games without a win. However, they haven’t struggled for goals at home and six of the last seven here have seen at least three goals scored. If the Red Dragons can unleash Connor Jennings and Wesley York on a regular basis, then we’d expect to see a minimum of three more here.

It wouldn’t surprise us if Wrexham cover the line themselves. If not, the possibility of a Bromley goal should come to the rescue.

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