With plenty of action across Europe on Easter Sunday, we’ve identified three games which look nailed on to feature three or more goals.
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Read on to find out why we’re feeling confident about our latest over 2.5 goals treble.
Over 2.5 goals in Hibernian v Motherwell @ Evens
For the first pick of the treble, we go to the only Scottish Premier League fixture of the day. Hibernian take on Motherwell at Easter Road and the visitors go into Sunday’s encounter sitting in third spot after enjoying a terrific season so far. Hibernian, on the other hand, have not had as much joy and are only one place off the bottom. The Hibs fans have not had much to shout about this campaign, but their leaky defence has shipped 28 goals in their 16 matches at home and this is the stat that we like as we look for over 2.5 goals. On top of their inability to keep sides out, Motherwell have notched 20 goals from their 16 away ties and will fancy their chances of breaching Hibernian’s shaky rearguard.
Over 2.5 goals in Manchester United v QPR @ 21/50
When Manchester United are on form you would expect a fixture against a side who are in the bottom half of the table to have goals aplenty, with the majority in favour of Fergie’s men. QPR visit Old Trafford on Sunday and with United knowing that a victory will send them eight points clear of their rivals Manchester City (who have a tough fixture at The Emirates in the 4pm kick off), the Red Devils will come out firing and I cannot see anything less than an emphatic victory for the hosts. The reigning Premier League champions have had seven fixtures at Old Trafford thus far against teams occupying a bottom-half position and have racked up 20 goals in the process, so if they take their current form into Sunday’s clash then this game will keep our treble alive until the final fixture.
Over 2.5 goals in Real Madrid v Valencia @ 17/50
Similarly to Manchester United at Old Trafford, when Real Madrid are playing at the Bernabeu goals are usually a given. Jose Mourinho’s men have scored a massive 60 goals from their 15 home La Liga fixtures. Averaging four goals a game at home is enough to know that this should be a banker for the over 2.5 goals treble. As well as this, the last two matches between Madrid and Valencia have ended 3-2 and 6-3 so it would be no surprise to see another glut of goals when the two sides meet again on Sunday night.
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