Both Teams to Score Betting Tip – Saturday 29th September

 

Here is this weeks both sides to score betting tip with a potential win of around 9/1 with Ladbrokes Goal Rush.

As well as the goal rush coupon, you could also use Betfred's goals galore or Coral's goals, goals, goals. 

Stoke City Vs Swansea City @ 5/6

Five games into the season and Stoke are still without their first win, with defeat at Chelsea last weekend bringing their run of four straight draws to an end. Tony Pulis’ side will undoubtedly see the game against Swansea as an opportunity to kick-start their season in front of their own fans with Michael Owen likely to make his first start at the Britannia Stadium. The Potters have only failed to score once in their last 9 home games in the league but have also only kept 1 clean sheet in their last 7 outings.

Swansea go into the encounter sitting in thirteenth place in the Premier League having lost their last two matches. An uncharacteristically poor performance at home last week saw the Swans ship three goals against Everton meaning Michael Laudrup’s side have conceded 7 goals in their last 3 games. The 5-0 hammering of QPR at Loftus Road on the opening day of the season and 3-0 victory against West Ham a week later must seem like distant memories for the Swansea faithful, but it does show that the Welsh side have goals in them.

 

Fulham Vs Manchester City @ 8/11

Only goal difference separates Fulham and Man City in the Premier League Table at the minute with the sides sitting in sixth and seven position respectively having picked up 9 points from their opening 5 games. Martin Jol’s side have managed to score an impressive 15 goals so far which included finding the back of the net twice at Old Trafford and another brace at Wigan last weekend. The Cottagers have only failed to score twice in their last 20 league games at Craven Cottage but have also conceded 26 goals across the same period.

The current champions have looked a shadow of their former selves so far this season winning only two of their opening five fixtures and drawing the other three. City have been leaky at the back failing to keep a single clean sheet so far this season and this may continue with Roberto Mancini possibly deciding to rest a few player for their Champions League encounter against Borussia Dortmund in the week. Fulham against Manchester City has proven to be an interesting fixture in the past, with 14 of the last 20 encounters seeing 3 or more goals being scored and only one clean sheet being kept in the last 16 games between the two side.

 

Wolverhampton Wanderers Vs Sheffield Wednesday @ 4/6

Having suffered a heavy 6-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea in the League Cup, Wolves will undoubtedly be happy to return to league matters where they are currently on a run of 3 straight wins. Stale Solbakken’s side have made a good start in their bid to return to the top flight with the team currently sitting in sixth position, only 3 points behind league leaders, Brighton. Wolves have only failed to score in 1 of their 7 league fixtures and have only kept a clean sheet once in their last 20 league games at Molineux.

Wednesday also suffered defeat in the League Cup on Tuesday but that is where the similarities between the two clubs end. The Owls are currently on a run of 4 straight defeats in the league and need to start picking up points soon if they are serious about avoiding relegation back to League One. David Jones’ side have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their 7 league games so far but have managed to find the back of the net in all but one of those matches. Out of the last 10 meeting between the two sides, 8 have finished with 3 or more goals being scored with Wednesday only winning once over that period.

 

Preston North End Vs Yoevil Town @ 8/11

Preston go into the game at the weekend sitting in tenth position in League One, 2 places and 1 point ahead of opponents, Yoevil. Inconsistent is probably the best word to describe the form of the Whites so far this season, going from a 5-0 hammering of Hartlepool one week to a lowly 3-1 defeat at the hands of Walsall the next. Graham Westley’s side have only failed to find the back of the next in 2 of their 8 league games and have managed to keep the same number of clean sheets across the same period.

In great contrast to their opponents, Yeovil’s league form has largely been consistent, with an opening day draw at Coventry being followed by 3 straight victories and then 4 consecutive defeats. Gary Johnson’s sides will be looking to break that run this weekend with James Hayter looking to rediscover the scoring form that saw him hit the back of the net 3 times in the opening 4 games of the season. Ten goals were scored in the two games between Preston and Yeovil last season with no clean sheets being kept and the home side coming out on top in both encounters.

 

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