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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:

Four-fold: +£400

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Singles: £146.77

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Billy Kee (Accrington Stanley) to score v Bradford

Accrington have made an excellent start to life in League One, so it is well worth backing their leading goalscorer to find the net against Bradford.

Kee has scored five goals this season, including in two of his side’s last three home matches, and is the established penalty-taker. That his side rank fourth for shots per home game in League One suggests that creativity will not be an issue.

Saturday’s visitors have conceded at least two goals in four of their last five away games, so chances should present themselves for the striker.

Ian Henderson (Rochdale) to score v Doncaster

After he scored a hat-trick in last month’s 3-0 win over Gillingham, Henderson is well worth backing to find the net in what should be another high-scoring home match.

The Rochdale stalwart has netted six goals overall this term, and ranks fifth for xG** in League One so far this season. He is also an established penalty-taker.

Against Doncaster, who were hammered 4-0 at home by Fleetwood on Saturday, more good chances are bound to come along.

Chuks Aneke (MK Dons) to score v Cambridge

Having netted in MK Dons’ 3-0 win over Cheltenham last week, Aneke has only failed to score in one of his six league matches this season.

The former Arsenal man has netted six goals in seven appearances in all competitions, and has the perfect opportunity to extend his impressive run against Cambridge.

The U’s have conceded a whopping 15 goals in their last six league matches, including twice at home to Carlisle and three times at home to Forest Green.

Jayden Stockley (Exeter) to score v Swindon

Stockley has picked up where he left off from last season’s 25-goal haul, netting eight times in 12 league matches so far this term.

The striker’s xG** of 5.45 before last week’s brace against Yeovil was League Two’s fourth-highest, suggesting that this run is sustainable for Saturday’s game against Swindon.

The visitors have conceded seven goals in three away games at top-10 teams so far this season, and have conceded the fourth-most shots per away game of any League Two side, so chances will come along for League Two’s joint-top goalscorer.

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