Anytime Goalscorer Tips for the Football League Games on 2nd January

See our latest anytime goalscorer treble for the matches this week on Monday 2nd January. We hit two out of three again on Saturday and we are hoping to start 2017 as we mean to go on.


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Anytime Goalscorer Tips 2nd January


Kurtis Guthrie – Colchester (v Notts County)

Colchester have hit a real purple patch of late and are scoring for fun. John McGreal’s side picked up a confidence boosting win against Cheltenham back at the start of December and they haven’t looked back since. There have been plenty of players getting on the scoresheet of late such as Chris Porter, Craig Slater and Brennan Dickenson, but we’re siding with Kurtis Guthrie, who has netted in the last two home games and struck from the penalty spot against Stevenage on Saturday. Having a penalty taker on your side is always a huge bonus and Nott’s County’s defence is error-prone and clumsy and he may get the chance here. He’s now netted 6 times this season, but 4 of those goals have arrived since the 19th of November and with Colchester full of confidence this is a good chance for him to add to that tally.


Liam Mandeville – Doncaster (v Stevenage)

Another penalty taker who was back amongst the goals at the weekend. He equalised from the spot late on to seal an away point against local rivals Mansfield on Saturday and made it into double figures for the season. He’s netted 8 of his 10 goals since the beginning of November having a very productive end to 2016. Stevenage are much better on the road and may be difficult to beat here, but they’ve conceded in two of their last matches on their travels and Donny are one of the top scorers in the league. He netted in the reverse fixture at the end of November which saw Doncaster run out 4-3 winners. The Keepmoat will be hoping for an equally as entertaining affair this time around and if it is, let’s hope Mandeville hits the target.


Nahki Wells – Huddersfield (v Wigan)

The Bermudan grabbed his 6th goal of the season on Saturday as he netted a 94th minute equaliser direct from a free-kick. Wells hasn’t always been a guaranteed starter, but he’s getting a run in the team and he’s looking sharp.50% of those goals have come in the three of his last five matches and he should be able to find a way past a Wigan side who are significantly weaker at home. The Latics held Derby to a goalless draw at the iPro on Saturday, but their home form is diabolical and part of the reason for their lowly position in the table. Huddersfield are in decent unbeaten form recently and should be able to get revenge on the Latics for the 2-1 defeat earlier in the season.


ANYTIME SCORER ODDS – 21/1 with bet365.


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