The deadline day madness has come to an abrupt end and a fairly quiet day in comparison to recent years saw just a handful of big moves in the Premier League, now we’re back to the business of goal scoring, and conceding of course with another Goals Galore treble!
Midweek was almost a perfect bank builder for the weekend’s action but we were let down by the Scottish leg of the treble (insert joke here).
A full list to work on and with the snow all but a distant memory it’s time to get back to winning ways:
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Reading vs Sunderland
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, so I’m going to plump for Reading again to come up trumps in the BTTS market. A fine late salvo from Adam Le Fondre rescued them a point against Chelsea in midweek and another home game tomorrow should see another goal fest.
Sunderland haven’t been as convincing as they’d have liked in front of goal but they smashed 3 past Reading in the reverse fixture and new signing Danny Graham will be eager to impress on his debut, the ex-Swansea player has been firing of late and a move to the Stadium of Light shouldn’t see the goals dry up for the hitman.
Leeds vs Cardiff
Elland Road will still be rocking from the 2-1 victory over Spurs less than a week ago as league leaders Cardiff head to Leeds for tomorrow’s game. The home side will be hoping to grab another great win here to kick-start their bid to reach the play-off places in time for May.
The last 4 meetings between these sides have seen both teams score and the Elland Road faithful should be in for another enthralling battle here with plenty of attacking talent at both team’s disposal.
MK Dons vs Bournemouth
This has all the makings of an absolute BTTS banker as Bournemouth travel to Stadium:MK. The Dons thrashed QPR last weekend and will be relishing a match in front of their home crowd for the first time in 2 and a half weeks.
Put simply, MK Dons always find the net at home (they’ve scored in each and every one of their home matches in all competitions this season) and Bournemouth don’t tend to lose (they’ve lost once since October when messiah Eddie Howe returned to the club as Manager once again) so this formula is tried and tested and concludes that both teams will score tomorrow afternoon. As if any further support was needed to back up this selection, the sides drew 1-1 in Bournemouth earlier this season.
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