After a less than fruitful midweek it’s time to dust ourselves off and delve straight back into the action with a full schedule of (hopefully) net busting action to choose from across all the English leagues, there’s no better time to land a Goals Galore treble!
Crystal Palace vs Sunderland, KO 17:30
Selhurst Park plays host to this week’s Saturday Night fixture and what a game it could turn out to be! The two most controversial managers in the league meet as Ian Holloway’s Palace welcome The Mackems and their enigmatic boss Paolo Di Canio to London.
Both sides are looking for their first win of the season and neither side has managed to keep a clean sheet this term either. In fact, this game will complete a hat-trick of BTTS successes for the two teams should they both find the net here, which with two very attacking and more importantly defensively inept sides doing battle in the capital.
Blackpool vs Watford
Something might have to give at Bloomfield Road tomorrow afternoon as two of the league’s unbeaten sides face each other in a top of the table clash. Both sides are in free scoring form having found the net in all of their games this term thus far.
The Hornets have scored an average of 4 goals per game in their last 4 matches but will face a tough test keeping joint leaders Blackpool at bay in an end-to-end encounter with plenty of action to keep the goalkeeper’s busy. The corresponding fixture finished 2-2 last season and I’m expecting more of the same this time round.
Blackburn Rovers vs Bolton Wanderers
Two seasons ago, this was a Premier League fixture but both sides have struggled since their joint demise of relegation in the 2011/12 season. Despite their parachute payments, neither club ever really looked likely to mount any sort of promotion push last term and it’s a similar story for 2013/14 thus far with both clubs flattering to deceive in the Championship.
Blackburn crushed Barnsley 5-2 thanks in no short part to hotshot Jordan Rhodes ending his 12 game drought in style scoring twice in the space of just 9 minutes and will be confident in front of their Ewood Park faithful tomorrow. However, Bolton have won the last 4 meetings between the sides, 3 of which by a shoreline of 2-1 and will be hoping to make it 5 out of 5 in Lancashire tomorrow.
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