Anytime goalscorers: Back our 31/1 football tips for Tuesday
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James Collins (Luton) to score v Bradford
Collins, who went close for Luton in their 0-0 draw at Plymouth on Saturday, can score his 21st goal of the season at Bradford on Tuesday.
The striker has scored nine goals in his last nine appearances and fronts a team that had scored at least twice in six of their eight matches before Saturday’s stalemate.
Bradford have only kept a clean sheet against Plymouth in their last five matches at Valley Parade, conceding 21 goals in their last 10 overall. They have conceded twice in three of their four home matches against top-six opposition this season.
Hallam Hope (Carlisle) to score v Notts County
Hope’s goal against Swindon on Saturday was his third in four matches, so he has every chance of repeating the trick against a Notts County defence in dreadful form on Tuesday.
The striker has scored in seven of his last eight matches at Brunton Park, fronting a side that have scored 22 goals on that run and rank fourth for shots per home game.
Notts County were battered 4-1 at Cheltenham on Saturday, a scoreline that was not an injustice. They have conceded at least twice in 11 of their last 14 away games.
John Akinde (Lincoln) to score v Oldham
Oldham are yet to keep a clean sheet in six matches under Paul Scholes, with last month’s 3-1 defeat at second-placed Bury a possible indicator of how this one could end up.
Akinde has scored in two of league-leaders Lincoln’s last three matches, so is a simple bet to net his 16th goal of the season here.
The striker is an established penalty-taker and fronts a side that have scored in 17 consecutive home matches.
Kieran Agard (MK Dons) to score v Morecambe
Tipping Agard to score in his last two matches has proved successful, so backing him to make it three in three is obvious.
The striker has scored in five of his last seven appearances overall, including in his side’s last two away matches. The Dons have scored 14 goals in their last seven matches, so are clearly in the form to provide with him more opportunities here.
That shouldn’t prove too difficult against Morecambe, who had conceded at least twice in five consecutive home matches before Saturday’s 3-0 win over Forest Green in which they conceded an xG of 1.3 (experimental361).
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