Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's football
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Marcos Alonso (Chelsea) to score v Cardiff
Ignoring the fact that he is named nominally as a left-back, everything points to Alonso making an attacking contribution against Cardiff.
The Spaniard has fired off more shots than any other Chelsea player so far this season, and contributed (goals and assists) to more goals than all bar Eden Hazard.
As a direct free-kick taker, and a key aerial target for corners, Alonso is a great bet to score in a match that his side should control.
Ched Evans (Fleetwood) to score v Accrington
Evans has credited Fleetwood manager Joey Barton’s switch from 4-3-3 to 4-4-2 for his impressive form, and he can score again as the figurehead of an attack-minded team against Accrington.
The 30-year-old has scored five goals in his last six games, including in both of his last two appearances at Highbury.
Accrington are without a clean sheet on the road this term, so will likely give up chances to their in-form hosts.
Joe Pigott (AFC Wimbledon) to score v Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe have conceded 14 goals in their last five league matches, with the data** highlighting them as the worst defence in the league.
AFC Wimbledon should create chances on Saturday and, after a fast start to the season that includes scoring against West Ham in the EFL Cup and getting the winner at Gillingham last week, Pigott is the likeliest to take advantage.
The January signing from Maidstone ended last season with three goals in his last five matches and has taken that form into this campaign, netting five in eight starts.
Luke Norris (Colchester) to score v Cambridge
Colchester have crept under the radar into fifth in League Two, and Norris is the player to back to keep their run going against Cambridge.
The summer signing from Swindon has scored three goals in his first five league appearances for the U’s, and is also on penalty duty.
Saturday’s visitors have conceded at least twice in five of their seven league matches, so are sure to give up chances to the forward.
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**Data courtesy of Experimental361.com