The last game of the season usually brings a few goals and that’s exactly what…
Following the trend of a couple of weeks ago, I’ve asked some members of our Facebook group to contribute their thoughts on the weekend’s both teams to score action, and I’m really impressed with the research and effort that is being put in by the boys.
Here is Saturday’s Goals Galore accumulator, courtesy of the TVBet Facebook team (my regular one can be found here):
Burnley v Blackpool 5.20pm
BTTS odds: 8/15 – Stan James
These two sides come off the back of defeats with Burnley losing manager Eddie Howe since then. Blackpool started the season well but have stuttered in recent results however with Blackpool involved there are always goals.
A major pull for this game is that in Burnley’s previous 5 home games all have seen both sides score with 23 goals in total. Blackpool welcome back Thomas Ince, and Kevin Phillips is expected to be back involved and both players will want a slice of this goal pie.
Blackpool will want to get their promotion hopes back on track here and Burnley will want to show there is life after Howe, In the same fixture last season Burnley snatched a 3-1 win. I am predicting a 2-2 this time around.
Bolton V Bristol City 3.00pm
By Mark Nottingham
Btts odds: 8/11 – Stan James
Bolton have failed only twice this season to score in the league and Bristol only 3 times. Both teams are 18th and 17th respectively. But despite they’re lowly league positions their goal difference is -3 Bolton and -1 Bristol City. Bolton average 1.3 goals a game and Bristol 1.8, but both teams are conceding plenty.
Head to head meetings are not really going to help as the last time they played each other was in 1999.
Bolton have caretaker manager Jimmy Phillips in charge Saturday so they will be all out for the win to prove themselves. However I just feel that their defence is too weak and goals will be aplenty at the Reebok.
Hull City v Ipswich Town 3.00pm
By Paul T
Btts odds: 8/11 – Stan James
Hull have scored in their 5 home games bar one so far this season, having conceded in all five home games this season, with 4 of these having BTTS. In their 10 games so far this season, 6 of these have seen both teams find the net. They have also scored in 7/10 league games this season.
6 out of 10 of Ipswich’s games so far this season have seen both teams score also, and they are fine goalscoring form, having found the net in their last 4 consecutive games. They have also scored in 7/10 league games, although all 3 failures were away from home. I think this can be overlooked however due to recent form and Hull’s home record. Ipswich have a goal difference of -11 and so I can’t see them keep a clean sheet, and Hull haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last 9 games.
A £10 treble on the above pays £45.80 at Stan James