Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's action
After landing last week's 43/1 four-fold, Adam Drury is back with his selections from the Premier League and EFL.
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Jarrod Bowen (Hull) to score v Preston
This a great opportunity for Hull to find some form in front of goal against a Preston side that have conceded three goals in each of their last three away games.
And, as the heartbeat of the Tigers’ attack and an established penalty-taker, Bowen looks a good price to lead the way.
Bowen ranks 14th for shots and 20th for shots inside the penalty area in the Championship so far this season, suggesting that a record of three goals in his last five starts is sustainable.
John Marquis (Doncaster) to score v Gillingham
Marquis leads the xG* count in League One, so is an obvious bet to continue his excellent goalscoring form against Gillingham.
The 26-year-old has scored nine goals already this season, and has a particularly good record against relegation-threatened sides, bagging a brace in both of his last two matches against members of the bottom six.
Gillingham secured a fantastic win at Portsmouth in their last away match, but had conceded at least two goals in their five previous away matches, with no team conceding more shots on target on the road.
James Collins (Luton) to score v Walsall
Luton have scored at least twice in six of their last seven home matches, and another goal haul should see Collins get on the scoresheet.
The striker has scored four goals in his last four matches, including a brace at Barnsley last time out, and should form a prolific partnership with Danny Hylton, who has just returned from injury.
Only one team have conceded more shots per away game in League One than Walsall, so don’t expect them to fare any better than most visitors to Kenilworth Road.
Reuben Reid (Forest Green) to score v Cheltenham
Cheltenham have been overwhelmed away at promotion hopefuls in both of their last two away matches – losing 3-1 and 3-0 at Exeter and MK Dons – so should be similarly well-beaten by Forest Green.
And Reid, who has scored five goals already this season, is a good bet to do the damage.
His side rank sixth for shots per League Two home game, suggesting that creativity is not an issue and that his goals per game ratio should improve, rather than worsen.
*Odds subject to change.
**Data courtesy of @Blades_analytic
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