With games going on both at home in the Football League, and further afield in the Champions League qualifiers, we have found a generous Over 2.5 Goals treble that will return at odds over 5/1.
Betting on the Over 2.5 Goals market comes with the beauty that the scoreline doesn’t matter, as long as three or more goals are scored in the match. With that in mind, here are three Tuesday night fixtures that should yield enough goals to ensure this week is a profitable one.
The first game to look at is the Champions League clash between Arsenal and Udinese. Goals should be on offer at the Emirates, as Arsenal’s last six Champions League home matches have produced over 2.5 goals and they have kept just one clean sheet in that time.
Udinese come into the match after smashing 12 past an unknown outfit in a pre-season friendly, but their away form in Serie A last season produced some, quite frankly, ridiculous scorelines.
If a 4-4 draw at the San Siro against Milan wasn’t convincing enough that they like to make their away trips exciting, that was followed by wins of 7-0 against Palermo and 4-0 at Cagliari before the end of the season.
Despite the loss of Alexis Sanchez, Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Robin van Persie to the teamsheets, there is no doubting the value in bwin’s odds of 3/4 that over 2.5 goals are scored.
The second match is the Championship clash between Leeds United and Hull City. Last season, 67% of Leeds’ games produced over 2.5 goals, the highest percentage in the Championship. Couple that with their seeming inability to defend – and Hull’s impressive win over Ipswich last time out – and it is easy to see why bwin are reluctant to go any bigger than 91/10 about there being over 2.5 goals in this one.
Finally, it’s another match in the Championship, namely the clash between Ipswich and Southampton at Portman Road. The Saints started the season with a bang, toppling Leeds 3-1, before putting four past Torquay in the League Cup last week. Interestingly, 54% of Ipswich’s games yielded over 2.5 goals last season, thanks in no small part to them having the second worst home defensive record in the Championship, conceding 37 goals.
Their new signing Michael Chopra will fancy getting on the scoresheet against a Southampton side who like to attack more than defend and he has got two goals to his name already this campaign. The 83/100 on offer for more than 2.5 goals with bwin is testament to the playing style of these two teams and a goal fest is to be expected in East Anglia.
New customers who use the free £25 bet they receive when joining bwin.com to back all three matches to produce over 2.5 goals could potentially win a cool £152.92.
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