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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: £380

Lucky 15: £329.79

Singles: £188.11

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Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) to score v Bayern Munich (20:00)

Salah is rarely odds-against to score, so you have to take advantage of this price against Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

The Egyptian scored in two of his side’s three home Champions League group matches this season, meaning that he has netted in eight of his nine Champions League starts at Anfield for Liverpool.

He ranked inside the top 10 for shots and shots inside the penalty area during the group stages, while Bayern Munich have conceded at least twice in their last three away games.

Cauley Woodrow (Barnsley) to score v Burton (19:45)

This is another price that has to be gobbled up for a player who has scored a brace in his last two outings.

Woodrow is on penalty duty for Barnsley, who have scored at least twice in seven consecutive matches, and he has scored in five of his eight league appearances at Oakwell overall this season.

Burton have conceded 12 goals in six away games against top-half opposition this season, and they will likely be blown away by Barnsley’s excellent attack here.

Will Grigg (Sunderland) to score v Gillingham (19:45)

Grigg posted an xG of 0.9 in a much-improved Sunderland performance against Accrington on Friday, so he is a good bet to end his mini-drought against Gillingham on Tuesday.

The striker had scored seven goals in his last nine home matches at League One level before signing for Sunderland at the end of January, and he comes up against one of the division’s most vulnerable defences.

Gillingham have conceded 10 goals in six away matches against top-half opposition, shipping at least twice in 12 of their 20 away matches overall. They have conceded a league-high 7.07 shots on target per away game this season, with the next-worst team (Plymouth) down at just 5.82.

Enzio Boldewijn (Notts County) to score v Newport (19:45)

Boldewijn has played a key part in Notts County’s hugely-improved form, and he can continue that form with a goal against Newport on Tuesday.

The Dutchman has posted an xG of at least 0.3 in the Magpies’ last three matches and found the net in the win at Forest Green last week.

Newport have conceded three goals in three of their last five away games and have shipped three on both occasions that they have had to play a league away game straight after an FA Cup match this season.

That should mean several chances being created for Notts County’s attackers.

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