Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Wednesday's football
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Harvey Barnes (West Brom) to score v Swansea (19:45)
After Swansea conceded four against Norwich on Saturday there is certainly value in siding with a West Brom attacker for this one.
And, as the visiting player with the most shots and shots inside the penalty area this season, Barnes looks a huge price.
The Leicester loanee – who is excellent at the kind of pressing that Swansea were unable to deal with last time out – ranks inside the top 12 in the division inboth of those metrics, and has scored in each of his side's last two matches.
Will Grigg (Wigan) to score v Blackburn (19:45)
Grigg’s return could prove decisive for Wigan, who created an xG of 2.1 against Reading without hitting the net on Saturday.
The Northern Ireland international has only scored three goals in an injury-hit season but, now that he’s fit to start, is bound to profit from fronting a side that is posting such creative numbers.
He should be presented with more opportunities to score against Blackburn, who lost 4-1 at Preston on Saturday and have conceded the fourth-most shots on target per Championship away game.
Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) to score v Club Brugge (20:00)
In what should be a one-sided match, Reus is worth backing to score even at a relatively short price.
The German has scored nine goals in his last 12 matches, including in Dortmund's 3-0 home win over Monaco in this competition. He ranks fifth for xG in the Bundesliga, so expect chances to continue to come along.
Club Brugge are in something of a crisis domestically after conceding five goals in their last two matches, and will do well to keep the score down against the Bundesliga leaders on Wednesday.
Moussa Marega (Porto) to score v Schalke (20:00)
Having scored four goals in his last five matches, Marega is an obvious bet to net against Schalke on Wednesday.
The Mali international has also scored in all of his last three Champions League appearances, and leads the line for a side that has scored 11 goals in their last four home matches.
Schalke shipped three goals at Eintracht Frankfurt in their last away game, and conceded two more in their 5-2 win over Nuremberg on Saturday.
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