Despite World Cup qualifying fixtures taking centre stage this weekend, there is still a full League One and League Two programme and we’re looking to Crawley Town, Bury, Bournemouth, Leyton Orient, Northampton Town and Exeter City to give us another winning Goals Galore treble.
Last Saturday, we nailed three selections that all produced over 2.5 goals and on Tuesday in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy we fell one game short, largely due to one of the worst football matches in history as Hartlepool and Bradford couldn’t even get a shot on target between them in the 90 minutes.
Backing our latest three matches to all contain over 2.5 goals with your free £20 bet after registering with bwin will return a cool £112.02 if successful. Read on to find out why we’ve identified them as potential winners.
Over 2.5 goals in Crawley vs Bury @ 67/100
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Crawley’s home matches this season have been assured of goals, their 3-1 win over Bournemouth ten days ago preceded by three defeats, all of which contained over 2.5 goals.
In fact, the Red Devils have played eight times at home so far this season and seven have seen three goals or more. Bury, meanwhile, are struggling in the table but fought out a 2-2 draw against Stevenage last time out, shipping three at Tranmere before that, so all things point to an entertaining affair at the Broadfield Stadium.
Over 2.5 goals in Bournemouth vs Leyton Orient @ 19/20
There is a telling trend which emerges when studying the respective form of these two sides – both teams generally tend to score in their matches.
Bournemouth’s last two home matches have seen over 2.5 goals but they have lost two and drawn five of their outings at Dean Court this season, despite scoring in all seven games. Leyton Orient have scored four in their last three away games and it would be no surprise to see the O’s play their part in another high-scoring encounter on the south coast.
Over 2.5 goals in Northampton vs Exeter @ 18/25
Northampton have been one of our fixtures in this Goals Galore column over the seaso, and they have returned to their usual goalscoring and conceding tricks in recent weeks after a few quiet outings.
Over 2.5 goals has landed in their last four matches, with both teams scoring in all four. Exeter have seen over 2.5 goals scored in all five of their away matches so far this season, winning four of those, and this final selection looks the banker of the Saturday matches and will hopefully complete our treble.