Goal Rush: 18th – 19th March

Goal Rush: 18th – 19th March

We’ve picked five matches that are hot and five that are not, for both teams to score

Firepower and fragile defences should yield goals for both sides when Man City host Liverpool. And Tottenham may be without Harry Kane but he didn’t contribute to the six they put past Millwall.  We’ve picked five fixtures that are hot and five that are not, when it comes to both teams scoring.

Who’s Hot:

4 – Man City V Liverpool

Both teams have scored in ten of their last twelve meetings.  It finished 4-1 to Liverpool in their last visit to the Etihad.

Man City have scored but conceded in twelve of their last fourteen home games across all competitions.

Liverpool have netted nineteen league goals within the first 30 minutes of matches this season. They’ve failed to score in just two league away matches.

8 – Tottenham V Southampton

Both teams have scored in five of their last seven league meetings.  Tottenham won the reverse fixture 4-1 this season.

Tottenham have scored fifteen goals from their last four home matches in all competitions.

Southampton have won their last two on the road 4-0 over Sunderland and 4-3 over Watford.

21 – Fleetwood V AFC Wimbledon

Both teams have scored in five of their last eight meetings, including the reverse fixture which finished 2-2 in November.

Fleetwood have only failed to score in two of their thirty-seven league matches this season.  They lost their most recent at home 4-2 to Bolton.

Both teams have scored in AFC Wimbledon’s last four league matches on the road.  They’ve conceded sixteen goals within the first 30 minutes of matches this season.

38 – Notts County V Barnet

Notts County won this fixture 4-2 last season before Barnet won 3-1 away.  Barnet won 3-2 in their away visit this season.

Four of Notts County’s last five league home matches and featured both teams scoring.

Barnet have drawn their last two league games 2-2 with both Crawley and Yeovil.

46 – Inverness V Ross County

Ross County beat Inverness in their two previous league encounters this season 3-2 both at home and away.

In their last five league matches Inverness have scored six and conceded ten.

Both teams have scored in seven of Ross County’s last ten league matches.

Who’s Not:

3 – Everton V Hull

Both Everton and Hull have scored just two goals within the first 15 minutes of matches this season and conceded four.

Everton have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five league matches at Goodison.

Hull have only won one league away match this season and they’ve failed to score in eight of them.

5 – Middlesbrough V Man Utd

Three of the last four encounters between Middlesbrough and Man Utd featured only one side scoring.

Middlesbrough are lowest scoring side in Premier League this season with just nineteen goals, Sunderland at rock bottom have the next fewest at twenty-four.

Man Utd have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four league away matches.

16 – QPR V Rotherham

Rotherham won the reverse fixture with QPR 1-0 back in December.

QPR failed to score in their last league match, drawing 0-0 with Leeds last Saturday.

Only Wigan have scored fewer than Rotherham in the Championship this season.  Rotherham have failed to win in their last eleven matches and couldn’t find the net in eight of them.

34 – Leyton Orient V Doncaster

Four of their last five meetings had only one team score.  Two penalties helped Doncaster to their 3-1 over Leyton Orient in the reverse fixture this season.

Leyton Orient have failed to score in three of their last five matches.

Doncaster have kept a clean sheet in three of their last five away games.

41 – Yeovil V Accrington

Yeovil kept a clean sheet in their last two home matches against Accrington.

Yeovil have failed to score in their last two at home, drawing 0-0 with Mansfield before losing 4-0 to Luton.

Accrington have won their last three matches keeping a clean sheet.

17/03/2017

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