Goal Rush: 9th September

Goal Rush: 9th September

Check out who’s hot and who’s not when it comes to both teams scoring

Manchester United have yet to concede a goal this season, can they keep a clean sheet on their visit to Stoke?  There should be goals from both teams when Fulham host Cardiff in the Championship and when Shrewsbury take on Wigan in League One.

Who’s Hot:

3 - Everton v Tottenham

Six of the last ten league encounters between Everton and Tottenham had both teams score.  They had a 1-1 draw at Goodison last season before Spurs won 3-2 in the reverse.

Everton have scored in all but one of their seven competitive matches this term. They played their last three on the road drawing 1-1 with Man City and Hajduk Split, before a 2-0 loss at Chelsea.

After a 2-0 win over 10-man Newcastle in their opening game, Tottenham lost 2-1 to Chelsea and were held to a 1-1 draw with Burnley.

9 - Fulham v Cardiff

Ten of the last eleven meetings between these two saw both teams find the net. Both Championship meetings last season finished 2-2.

Fulham have leaked goals in their last four home matches.  They won 2-0 visiting Ipswich in their most recent game.

Cardiff are on five straight league wins, winning their last two 2-1 over both Wolves and QPR.

19 - Bristol Rovers v Walsall

Their last four league encounters had both teams score, three of the games had four or more goals.

In their last four league matches Bristol Rovers have scored eight goals and conceded ten.

Walsall are unbeaten in their last four league matches, scoring eight goals and conceding six.

20 - Charlton v Southend

Four of their last six encounters had both teams score. They drew 1-1 at Southend and Charlton won 2-1 at home in League One last season.

Charlton have scored ten goals and conceded four in their last three league matches.

Only two teams have leaked more goals than Southend in League One so far this season.  They drew their last league away game 3-3 with Gillingham.

29 - Shrewsbury v Wigan A

Shrewsbury last met Wigan in April 2016 and Wigan won 5-1 away.

Shrewsbury are unbeaten in League One this season, both teams have scored in their last three league matches.

Five of Wigan’s last six matches across league and cup competitions had both teams score.

 

Who’s Not:

5 - Southampton v Watford

Both teams have found the net in just one of the last five times Southampton have hosted Watford.

Two of Southampton’s three league matches this season have finished 0-0.  They lost their last home game 2-0 to Wolves in the League Cup.

Watford only found the net in the last twenty minutes when they beat Bournemouth 2-0 in their last away game.  They drew their most recent match 0-0 with Brighton.

6 - Stoke v Man Utd

Juan Mata scored an own goal before Wayne Rooney equalised in the 94th minute when Stoke hosted Man Utd last season.

Both of Stoke’s two league goals this season came in the second half.

Man Utd have kept a clean in all three league matches this season, winning 4-0 over both Swansea and West Ham and 2-0 over Leicester.

27 - Rotherham United v Bury

The last time Rotherham hosted Bury it finished in a 0-0 draw back in 2011.

Only one Rotherham’s five league matches this season had both teams score.  They were beaten 2-0 by Charlton in their last home game.

Bury drew a blank in their last two league games, drawing 0-0 with Rochdale before losing 1-0 to Scunthorpe.

31 - Barnet v Cambridge Utd

Luke Berry scored in the 65th minute for Cambridge to win 1-0 when they visited Barnet last season.

Barnet have lost four of their last five matches and drew a blank in three of those games.

Cambridge Utd are unbeaten in their last three league games and kept a clean sheet.

33 - Coventry v Port Vale

Port Vale scored with fifteen minutes to go when they lost 2-1 visiting Coventry last season.

Coventry have failed to win their last three league matches and failed to find the net in the process.

Port Vale have lost their last four league matches and failed to score in the last three.

07/09/2017

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