Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Wednesday's football
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Gonzalo Higuain (AC Milan) to score v Genoa (19:30)
Having scored eight goals in 10 Milan appearances since his summer loan move from Juventus, Higuain very much justifies his price of evens to hit the net on Wednesday.
The 30-year-old has netted five goals in his last five home matches, including one in Sunday’s 3-2 win over Sampdoria.
Genoa have conceded 11 goals in four away games and have the sixth-worst xG against away from home in Serie A, so chances are bound to come along.
Willian (Chelsea) to score v Derby (19:45)
With both Eden Hazard and Pedro injury doubts, Willian is unlikely to be rested for this EFL Cup tie against Derby.
And having scored his third goal of the season against Burnley on Sunday, the Brazilian is an obvious bet to hit the net. He scored in both of Chelsea’s first two home matches in this competition last season, as well as in the 4-0 win over Championship side Hull in the FA Cup.
Derby have only managed away clean sheets at Oldham and Hull in all competitions this season, and are unlikely to be able prevent the might of Chelsea creating chances against them.
Alfredo Morelos (Rangers) to score v Kilmarnock (19:45)
North of the border, Morelos looks a very decent bet to notch his 13th goal of the season for Rangers on Wednesday.
The striker has been in formidable form recently, netting six goals in his last seven matches, and is well rested for this one having missed Sunday’s League Cup semi-final defeat to Aberdeen with suspension.
Steven Gerrard’s main man will be back to lead the line against Kilmarnock, who have conceded five goals in their last three away games.
Scott Sinclair (Celtic) to score v Dundee (19:45)
Elsewhere in the Scottish Premiership, Sinclair should be handed the chance to net in his second consecutive game for Celtic.
The 29-year-old impressed as a first-half substitute in Saturday’s League Cup semi-final win over Hearts, scoring from the penalty spot, and will play in attack for a side that won 6-0 at St Johnstone in their last away game.
He is a good bet to get on the scoresheet if his side are in similar form against Dundee, who have conceded three goals in four of their last five home games.
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