4 anytime goalscorer picks for Tuesday's football
These picks from the Championship, League Two, Scottish Premiership and La Liga are good value to find the net this week. If you fancy them all, back the 69/1 accumulator.
Oliver McBurnie (Barnsley) –
McBurnie is a silky operator – playing with his socks rolled down and head up – but is also capable of mixing it physically in rough-and-ready Championship matches.
The Swansea loanee impressed in fleeting Premier League appearances before moving to the Tykes and has hit the ground running at Oakwell, scoring three goals in his last three matches.
Having hit a brace at Birmingham on Saturday, he is a good bet to go again at Hull, who have the Championship’s sixth-worst defence.
Jonson Clarke-Harris (Coventry) –
Another loanee who looks a class above after moving down a level in January, Clarke-Harris is a fantastic price to score for Coventry at Wycombe.
The Chairboys have shipped 17 goals in their last six home matches, including four to relegation-threatened Morecambe on Saturday, so will concede chances to their promotion rivals.
With strike partner Marc McNulty – usually the Sky Blues’s go-to anytime goalscorer – going four matches without finding the net, Clarke-Harris is the best bet to take advantage of the hosts’ defensive record and score in his third consecutive match.
Jamie Murphy (Rangers) –
Murphy is another to have settled in quickly after a January loan move.
The Rangers forward, who will sign permanently from Brighton in the summer, has scored in three consecutive matches for his new club, and can make that four at St Johnstone on Tuesday.
The hosts conceded three goals in this fixture in October, and have shipped 13 goals in six matches against top-half opposition in the Scottish Premiership this season.
Cristhian Stuani (Girona) –
After a frustrating Premier League experience at Middlesbrough last season, Stuani has returned to form in La Liga.
The Uruguayan has scored 11 goals in his last 15 matches for Girona, never going more than two games without a goal, and has not failed to score in any of his side’s last eight outings at home.
He can extend that run to nine against Celta Vigo, who have conceded 20 times in their last 10 away matches.
*Odds subject to change.