With such a jam-packed fixture list this Saturday, there’s plenty to get your teeth stuck into and I’ve pulled together a cracking four-fold from matches across UK & Europe. These selections have fantastic value in my eyes and I’ve pulled together the reasonings behind each selection. These reasonings are there to give you peace of mind before getting yourself involved.
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After a minor slip up in form, Peterborough have really kicked on in their last few matches with four wins on the bounce, in which they’ve scored 12 goals. They welcome an Oxford side, who’s form has been rather shaky recently with the departures of some crucial players in their defence.
Peterborough matches have averaged 3.10 goals this season and with Oxford’s attacking prowess clearly on show, I’m expecting them to get amongst the goals in this one.
Free scoring Dortmund head to Leverkusen after scoring 15 goals in their last three Bundesliga matches, in that time they’ve also conceded four. Their incredible offence is really bailing out a shaky defence so far this season.
With a league second 56 goals scored this season, in that time they’ve also conceded 28. Leverkusen at home will definitely cause them problems at the back and I’m expecting the likes of Haaland & Sancho to power Dortmund to three points.
The Scottish League One leaders travel to bottom of the table Stranraer in a match they’d be expecting to take all three points. Their 44 goals scored is second only to Falkirk, in that time, they’ve averaged just shy of two goals per game.
Their opponents Stranraer have the worst defence in the league with 46 conceded, but they have scored seven in their last five, so I’m expecting them to cause Raith a few problems. Ultimately, they should have too much for this struggling Stranraer.
With 59 goals in their 22 matches, Cove Rangers are really enjoying their time in the Scottish Football League following their promotion last season. They travel to Elgin, who currently sit in the last playoff spot, but are a massive 23 points behind Cove.
Cove are 1.50 to win, but I’m expecting a high scoring match with Cove coming out on top. They’ve been in great form recently with 13 points from their last five, scoring 14 goals over that period.