Football Tips // Goalscorers // 27.09.16


A mixed day on Monday, with PSV Reserves winning on the first handicap bet (3-0), but then Watford had a very poor game, losing 2-0.

Something we’ve been toying with for a few months is getting back on the Goalscorer Tips – I’ve been selecting some high value bets and keeping track, with a 50% record on over 2/1 bets and 65% on anything under that. For example, on Sunday I outlined about 4-5, and although neither Icardi or Bacca bagged, two others I picked did so – Villarreal’s Sansone @ 13/8 and Sassuolo’s Delfrel @ 8/5. For today – I have picked out two from the Football League:

Marcus Maddison A/T @ 21/10 (Shrewsbury vs Peterborough, 1945 KO)

Maddison was a Newcastle Utd youth team graduate that was told he was going to make it as a Premier League star – and at that point stopped trying as he thought it was a given. His attitude ‘stank’, and he was released and signed by Gateshead. Within a few months Peterborough snapped him up, and he has had major Premier League interest over the last year or so.





He is a winger who can score from anywhere – usually total screamers – and has four goals in 9 games already this season, with 21 in 70 games in total. At a price of over 2/1, and in a team like Peterborough who score for fun – he is a very good choice.

Tammy Abraham A/T @ 7/5 (Bristol City vs Leeds, 1945 KO)

Abraham is one of Chelsea’s many loanee’s out gaining valuable club experience – and is starring for City so far this season, with 8 goals in the Championship and more in the EFL Cup! He has scored 5 in his last 5 games, and at home – against an average Leeds side, 7/5 looks terrific value for him to hit double figures!

Gary Roberts A/T @ 12/5 (Blackpool vs Portsmouth, 1945 KO)

Roberts has been a focal point in the resurrection of Portsmouth, and with 6 goals in his last 5 games – he is excellent value @ 12/5 to score any time against Blackpool today. He is also the main penalty taker – though he did miss on the weekend from the spot.

A double pays over 20/1 – while all are great value individually.

Best of luck!