Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's action
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Neal Maupay (Brentford) to score v Swansea
Swansea are currently shipping goals from everywhere, conceding eight in their last three games, so Maupay is a great bet to score for Brentford against them on Saturday.
The Championship’s second-top scorer has netted 13 goals overall this season, most recently in the Bees’ last home game against Sheffield United.
He ranks sixth for shots per game in the division and fronts a side that have produced the most shots on target per home match this season.
Tom Ince (Stoke) to score v Ipswich
Ince’s shot output has been consistently good enough this season that the purple patch of goalscoring he is currently enjoying comes as no surprise.
The winger ranks second for shots per Championship game this season and has been rewarded with a goal in each of his last two matches.
Back him to extend that run to three against bottom side Ipswich, who have conceded at least twice in all of their last nine away games.
Oliver Hawkins (Portsmouth) to score v Southend
Having successfully tipped Hawkins to score at home to Walsall last midweek, it makes sense to back him to repeat the trick against a similar standard of opposition is obvious.
The striker has scored in all of his last four appearances at Fratton Park, a run that extends to six goals in nine matches when taking into account away games.
Bar the EFL Trophy, Southend have conceded eight goals in their last four away games, including three at second-placed Sunderland.
Lee Novak (Scunthorpe) to score v Gillingham
In what will likely be a high-scoring match, Scunthorpe’s most in-form striker looks a great bet to hit the net.
Novak has scored in three of his last four appearances at Glanford Park, including in both of his last two, and fronts a side that has scored 16 goals in its last eight home matches.
Gillingham have conceded eight goals in their last four league away games and shipped three at Hartlepool in the FA Cup last week. They rank bottom for shots and shots on target conceded per League One match.
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