Saturday is Goals Galore day and this week we have three matches from League One and League Two that we think will all feature three or more goals. After missing out on a winning treble by a solitary goal last weekend, we are now looking to Walsall, Swindon Town, Oxford United, Torquay United, Plymouth Argyle and Chesterfield to deliver the goods.
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Over 2.5 goals in Walsall v Swindon @ 83/100
Neither side comes into this fixture in the greatest form but the positive from a punting perspective is that goals look assured, judging by the relevant statistics.
Both teams have scored in Walsall’s last six matches at home and seven of their last eight matches at the Bescot Stadium have gone over 2.5 goals.
Swindon smashed four past high-flying Stevenage on their last away day and have scored in their last six away matches. There is no doubt both sides have the ability to score and concede plenty, so take this match to produced three goals or more and get our treble off to a flyer.
Over 2.5 goals in Oxford vs Torquay @ 87/100
Oxford have scored seven goals in their last two home matches but were beaten 3-2 by Dagenham and Redbridge in their latest outing at the Kassam, so this one looks set to be a thriller. In fact, three of their last four home matches have produced over 2.5 goals.
Torquay, meanwhile, were beaten 1-0 by Barnet last time out on the road but prior to that, they had scored in their last four on the road, including a high-scoring 3-2 defeat to Bristol Rovers and a 2-1 loss to Wycombe.
Over 2.5 goals in Plymouth vs Gillingham @ 87/100
Plymouth may be struggling in League Two this season but they rarely fail to score on home soil. In fact, they have scored in their last eight home matches and six of those games have produced over 2.5 goals.
Gillingham are top of the table and pretty much score goals wherever they play. In ten away matches in all competitions this season, they have only failed to score once and should have enough quality to score at least a couple here and therefore take us over the 2.5 goals mark and complete our treble.