Finally the weekend is here and with a host of international fixtures and seasons ongoing throughout Europe and Asia, I’ve found 3 bets that make a great Goals Galore treble for Saturday:
Brabrand vs Skanderborg (No Goals Galore market available yet)
Following the success of the Skanderborg bet midweek, I’m revisiting them this weekend in another fixture I feel will be full of goals. Their 2-2 draw with Thisted on Wednesday helped to seal another great winning treble for goalsgaloretips.com and despite Skanderborg’s recent poor run of form, it can’t be put down to a lack of goalscoring ability. Their last 6 consecutive games have now resulted in both teams finding the net with Skanderborg scoring two or more goals in 4 of these games. Away from home they’ve scored 2 or more goals in each of their last 2 games and have failed to score only twice on the road this season.
Brabrand sit 3rd in the league but look unlikely to close the gap on the two runaway leaders. 4 of their last 5 games have resulted in both teams finding the net, as have their last 3 consecutive home games. In their last 10 at home they’ve managed only 2 clean sheets, failing to score on 3 occasions. However, having scored 3 or more goals in 3 of their last 5, they seem to have recaptured their goalscoring form and against lesser opposition in Skanderborg, they should have no problem finding the net against a side who are incapable of a clean sheet.
Cobh Ramblers vs Waterford United – 4/6
I’m looking a little bit closer to home with this one and in my opinion the odds are great, possibly boosted by the fact that the two shared a 0-0 draw back in March. Since that time though goals have been a plenty for both of the sides, and with this fixture being played at St Colemans Park rather than at Waterford, there will be a change in attitudes from both teams.
Since a 5-0 victory on their first home game of the season, Cobh have not only struggled to win at home, they have struggled to keep a clean sheet. That victory will seem like a distant memory now having conceded 12 goals in their last 5 games at home and picking up just 5 points. There’s no doubt whatsoever that Cobh will find the net today though. 17 goals in 6 home games are about the only reason why they are 2nd from bottom rather than rock bottom of the Irish First Division.
As for Waterford, well they’ve scored in every away game this season and though they sit 7 points clear of their opponents today, they are still only 1 place above them. 4 of their 6 games on the road this season have resulted in both teams finding the back of the net, and I expect another to be added to that tally this evening.
Fredriskstad vs Mjondalen – 8/15
With 13 goals in the last 2 meetings between these two sides, we’re in for a real treat this Saturday afternoon as 9th placed Fredrikstad take on 11th placed Mjondalen in the Norwegian 1st Division.
Fredrikstad will be disappointed with their current league position this season. Having been relegated from the top flight last season, they’ve failed to capitalise on numerous opportunities are 9 points off top spot, already 1/3rd of the way through the season. The reason for this can only be described as complacency. In their last 2 home games they’ve beaten 5th placed HamKam and 6th placed Stabaek 3-0 and 4-0 respectively, so they are capable of keeping a clean sheet. But in their other 3 home games this season they’ve shipped a minimum of 2 goals and have conceded against much lesser opposition than Mjondalen.
A 1-2 away win against top flight side Brann in the cup a few weeks ago proved that Mjondalen aren’t to be taken lightly. They have failed to score on a few occasions away from home this season but when they’re on their day they are perfectly capable of finding the net. They seem to shine against the big boys and a chance to draw level on points with an ex-top-flight side will surely put the fire in their bellies.