Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's action
Back our anytime goalscorer 47/1 four-fold or the Lucky 15, including football betting tips from the Championship, League One and League Two.
Had you placed a £10 stake or £1 Lucky 15 on Adam Drury's anytime goalscorer football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Lucky 15: £304.15
Neal Maupay (Brentford) to score v Bolton
Maupay may have scored just three goals in his last nine games, but he still justifies his odds-on price to find a way past a Bolton side that is in terrible nick.
Wanderers are without a clean sheet in all of their last six away games, including a 3-2 defeat at Norwich last time out on the road. They have conceded at least twice away from home on six separate occasions so far.
Brentford may be struggling for form themselves, but Maupay still ranks seventh for shots per game in the Championship this season. He has scored seven goals in 10 home matches this term, and fronts a side that have produced more shots on target than any other side in the division at home.
Tom Barkhuizen (Preston) to score v Sheffield Wednesday
Like Maupay, this pick is based as much on the opposition as the player himself.
Sheffield Wednesday are a disaster at the moment, conceding eight goals in their last three games, and at least twice in five of their last six home matches. No team has conceded more shots at home, suggesting that their woes should continue.
That should appeal to Barkhuizen, who has emerged as Preston’s chief attacker in the absence of the injured Callum Robinson.
The forward ranks second to Robinson for shots and shots inside the penalty area of Preston players this season, with last week’s goal against Millwall his sixth of the season.
Ivan Toney (Peterborough) to score v Walsall
Having scored nine goals in his last nine matches, Toney looks a fantastic bet to hit the net against Walsall on Saturday.
The summer signing from Newcastle has only failed to score in one of his last five home games, and fronts a side that has posted an xG of 1.6 and 1.7 in its last two home games (experimental361), suggesting that creating more chances will not be a problem.
Walsall conceded four at Bradford last time out, shipping at least two goals in four of their last five away games. They rank inside the bottom three in terms of shots and shots on target conceded away from home in League One this season.
Reuben Reid (Forest Green) to score v Crewe
Reid scored on his return to the Forest Green starting XI at Yeovil a fortnight ago, and has a great opportunity to add to his tally against Crewe on Saturday.
The striker has managed an underwhelming six goals this season, but that output should soon improve given the number and quality of chances presented to him.
Rovers rank sixth for shots per League Two home match this season, while experimental361 recently rated them as one of the division’s best attacks in terms of xG.
Crewe have conceded six goals in their last three away games, and at least two in four of their last six overall.
*Odds subject to change.
Visit Betway's football betting page.