Had you placed a £10 stake or £1 Lucky 15 on Adam Drury's anytime goalscorer football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:

Four-fold: +£440

Lucky 15: +£139.31

Singles: + £114.52


Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) to score v Ajax (20:00)

Robben fired off five shots to no success on Matchday 1 at Benfica, but is a good bet to put that right against Ajax.

The 34-year-old has scored in all three of Bayern Munich’s home matches this season, while only nine Bundesliga players have had more attempts on goal so far this season.

Given that Ajax conceded three goals in their only particularly difficult away match of the season so far, at PSV in the Eredivisie, chances should come along for Robben to add to those impressive numbers.

Jonathan Kodjia (Aston Villa) to score v Preston (19:45)

Tammy Abraham’s calf injury may afford Kodjia the chance to play in his preferred central striker position, but this looks a good bet even if he is forced out on the left-hand side again.

The Ivory Coast international has had comfortably the most penalty-area attempts per game of any Aston Villa player this season, suggesting that a tally of three goals so far this season should soon be improved.

The visit of Preston is the perfect opportunity. Alex Neil’s side have conceded at least two goals in all of their last eight matches, with opposition strikers accounting for two goals in each of their last three league matches.

Benik Afobe (Stoke) to score v Bolton (19:45)

After a slow start to the season, Afobe is a good bet to extend his improved form against Bolton on Tuesday.

The Potters’ summer signing has scored three goals in his last five matches, and was involved in much of his side’s best attacking play as they came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Rotherham on Saturday.

Only five teams have conceded more shots away from home than Bolton this season, so back Afobe to be part of what should be a home win.

Jon Stead (Notts County) to score v Crawley (19:45)

After he led the line well in Notts County’s first win of the season against Crewe on Saturday, back Stead to grab a goal for himself on Tuesday evening.

The 35-year-old had scored in both of the Magpies’ two previous matches at Meadow Lane, having also netted a brace at Middlesbrough in the EFL Cup in August.

The former England Under-21 international scored in this fixture last season, and – given that Crawley have kept just one clean sheet in their last five away games – can do so again.


Visit Betway's football betting page.

*Odds subject to change.