Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Tuesday's football
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Kemar Roofe (Leeds) to score v Reading (19:45)
Having successfully tipped Roofe to score at home to Bristol City on Saturday, backing him to repeat the trick against inferior opposition is logical.
The striker has scored four goals in his last five appearances, only failing to do so in Leeds’ 4-1 defeat at West Brom. He’s also got four goals in his last five at Elland Road.
According to experimental361, Reading conceded an xG of 2.1 at Wigan on Saturday, despite holding on for a 0-0 draw.
They had shipped at least two goals in their five away games before that, so Roofe should get plenty of chances on Tuesday.
Ollie Hawkins (Portsmouth) to score v Walsall (19:45)
Hawkins was an unsuccessful tip on Saturday, but a price the right side of 2/1 for him to put it right against Walsall on Tuesday looks too big to ignore.
The striker has still scored five goals in his last seven appearances, including in all of his last three at Fratton Park, and will lead the line against one of the worst defences in the division.
Walsall have conceded the fourth-most shots on target per League One away game this season, and the third-most shots overall.
They have also conceded three goals in their only two games away to top-half teams so far this season.
Jayden Stockley (Exeter) to score v Macclesfield (19:45)
After a slight barren spell, Stockley has scored in both of his last two Exeter appearances to take his tally to the season for 11.
The division’s second-top goalscorer fronts a team that has scored 14 goals in its last six league home matches, and can extend his impressive form against a poor Macclesfield side.
The visitors have conceded more shots on target per League Two away game than any other side this term and have the fourth-worst xG against overall.
That is proven by the fact that they have shipped 19 goals in nine away games.
Kieran Agard (MK Dons) to score v Morecambe (19:45)
Having scored in five consecutive matches, Agard is a very presentable price to hit the net again on Tuesday.
The 29-year-old forms a key part of an attack that has scored 19 goals in MK Dons’ last 10 league matches, and comes up against a side that are bound to concede more chances.
Morecambe have conceded the second-most shots on target per League Two away game this season despite having played just one top-eight team, so a forward as clinical as Agard should have some success on Tuesday.
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