Both Teams to Score Tips Weekend Goals Galore Tips 26/27th October

Weekend Goals Galore Tips 26/27th October

We have witnessed a jam packed week of football across Europe and it does not stop now as we hit the weekend with dozens of domestic matches to choose from.

We are now knee deep into the season and can make better judgements as we pick out those trends and in turn pick those Goals Galore gems. We have got three on our coupon this weekend- Check them out!

Aston Villa v Everton– 3.00pm Saturday
Both teams to score odds – 4/6 Betfred

Aston Villa have plenty to be pleased about. Having spent the majority of the last campaign unsure which division they will be competing in 12 months on, they will welcome a mid table position come May which is just what The Villains are on track for. Everton will also be happy with the managerial transition of Moyes to Martinez who has hit the ground running with some astute signings and strong results both home and away.

Christian Benteke is likely to earn a place in the starting eleven for the first time since injury ruled him out for three games. The big Belgium striker is a goal machine, being back in the side will be a boost all round which will give Villa the confidence to go for all three points. Aston Villa have shown they can score goals against the better sides having stuck three past Manchester City and Arsenal and I am certain they’ll score on Saturday..

Everton aren’t on top of their game defensively, having conceded to Hull City at home last Saturday, they managed to get the victory courtesy of Steven Pienaar but are conceding more than they would like. Everton’s last five games have seen both teams score with a huge total of 20 goals finding either net. Points keep on coming for Martinez and his troops though, and the match result will be tough to call, I can see this being 2-1 to either side.

Bradford City v Wolves– 3.00pm Saturday
Both teams to score odds –  4/6 Betfred

We drop down two divisions for our second selection as third placed Wolves make the trip north to face fifth placed Bradford City in League One. Both sides who were in different divisions last season, score on average two goals a game so it may well be a thriller.

Bradford City promoted last season from League Two have had a terrific start to their season where survival was the initial target. So far they have surpassed expectations, while picking up big wins along the way, including a 4-0 victory over Brentford. At home they have scored 14 goals in their last six games and they should add to that tally this weekend.

Wolves are one of the favourites for the League One title, boasting the best squad in the division after their fall from the Championship last season. Currently unbeaten in five games and have only lost the single league match away from home this season they will confident of getting a result at Valley Parade. Wolves have firepower for goals with Leigh Griffiths getting himself on the score sheet regularly and don’t be surprised if he finds the net again here.

Sunderland v Newcastle United – 2.30pm Sunday
Both teams to score odds – 4/6 Betfred

The MASSIVE North East derby comes along this Sunday with the red side boasting home advantage. New manager Gus Poyet makes his debut at the Stadium of Light, in what is the fans most important game of the season. Pressure on. Newcastle arrive with form that can only be described as unpredictable. Great one week and dire the next. This weekend however, goals should be on the agenda.

Besides this being a huge game when it comes to bragging rights, it is vital Sunderland start picking up points. Rooted to the foot of the table with just a single point, victories at home are imperative and must start to occur soon before they’re cut adrift from the rest of the pack. The Black Cats will go all out for the win, leaving them dangerous going forward and vulnerable at the back and we all know what that means- Goals!

I can really see this being an open game with both sides creating chances. Sunderland are desperate for a win and will play with a little more courage than Newcastle but what the Toon have are goal scorers throughout the team, who should take their opportunities. Loic Remy on loan from Queens Park Rangers has found his feet, having scored five goals already this term and with the likes of Pappis Cisse, Hatem Ben Arfa and Yohann Cabaye on the pitch this is a Goals Galore banker!

A £10 stake on today’s treble will return £46.60 with Betfred