Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's action
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Oliver McBurnie (Swansea) to score v Sheffield Wednesday
Given Sheffield Wednesday’s horrendous defensive record, backing any Swansea attacker to score here is a decent bet.
The Owls have conceded at least three goals in three of their last four away games to put manager Jos Luhukay on the verge of the sack, and that record is unlikely to improve. They have conceded more shots on target on the road than any other Championship side.
As Swansea’s top goalscorer and established penalty-taker, McBurnie, who has scored three goals in his last three home matches, is the natural best bet to take advantage.
Ian Henderson (Rochdale) to score v Plymouth
Henderson has only failed to score against League One’s top two Portsmouth and Luton in his last six Rochdale home matches, so is likely to notch against Plymouth on Saturday.
League One’s second-top goalscorer has scored seven goals in his last 11 appearances overall, is an established penalty-taker and fronts a side that ranks inside the top 10 for shots per home match.
Plymouth are in terrible form defensively. They have conceded at least twice in four of their last six away games and shipped three at home to bottom-side Bradford last week.
Fejiri Okenabirhie (Shrewsbury) to score v Peterborough
Having scored six goals in six matches, Okenabirhie looks a massive price to repeat the trick against Peterborough on Saturday.
The striker has scored in both of his last two home league games and fronts a side that have had more attempts on goal per League One home outing than every side bar Barnsley.
Peterborough have managed just one league clean sheet in their last eight away matches, conceding the fifth-most shots on the road per game. They also shipped four at Bradford in the FA Cup on Tuesday.
John Akinde (Lincoln) to score v Morecambe
Akinde has returned to form with a goal in both of his last two appearances, so is an obvious bet to net against Morecambe.
The 29-year-old is an excellent penalty-taker and has scored eight goals in total this season. He fronts a side that have only failed to score in one of 14 home matches in all competitions this season.
Morecambe have managed two clean sheets from 13 away games this season, conceding at least twice in seven of them. They have conceded the second-most shots on target per away game of any League Two team.
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