Who's hot and who's not in Saturday's £1 Million Goal Rush
Liverpool have plenty of firepower but Burnley will fancy themselves a goal at Anfield, while Swansea have failed to score in three of their matches and could draw a blank again at Wembley against Tottenham. Check out who’s hot and who’s not when it comes to both teams scoring.
2 - Liverpool v Burnley
Burnley got a goal seven minutes into their last visit to Anfield back in March but lost the match 2-1.
Liverpool were humbled by a 5-0 defeat to Manchester City in their last Premier League match and were held to a 2-2 draw hosting Sevilla in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Four of Burnley’s five league goals this season have come in the first-half, they’ve scored away at Chelsea and Tottenham.
10 - Bristol City v Derby
They drew both league encounters last season 1-1 at Bristol City and 3-3 at Derby.
Bristol City drew their last match 3-3 visiting Wolves on Tuesday.
Derby have scored ten league goals this season and conceded seven. They beat Hull 5-0 last Friday.
12 - Cardiff v Sheff Wed
Both teams have found the net in six of their ten league meetings since 2009.
Cardiff have scored two or more goals in four of their league matches this season. They were beaten 3-0 by Preston on Tuesday.
Five of Sheffield Wednesday’s seven league matches had both teams score, three finished 1-1 and they won 3-1 and 2-1 in the two most recent.
21 - Bradford City v Rotherham United
Nine of Bradford’s fourteen league goals have come in the first-half of matches this season. Rotherham have scored ten of their fifteen goals in the first-half.
Bradford’s last four league matches have finished in two wins of 3-1 and two draws at 3-3 and 2-2.
Rotherham followed their 3-2 win over Bury last weekend with a 5-1 win against Walsall on Tuesday.
28 - Walsall v Peterborough
Nine of the fourteen league goals Walsall have conceded this season have been in the first-half.
Both teams found the net in Walsall’s last six league matches, they were beaten 5-1 by Rotherham in the most recent.
Peterborough are the joint highest scoring team in League One so far this season, with fifteen goals scored from seven games and seven conceded.
4 - Tottenham v Swansea
Tottenham won 5-0 playing host to Swansea last season. In the reverse fixture they came from 1-0 down to score three in the last six minutes to win 3-1.
Tottenham had a 3-0 win over Everton last weekend and won 3-1 over Dortmund in the Champions League midweek.
Swansea have scored just two league goals this season, failing to find the net in three of their four matches.
5 - Watford v Man City
Man City won 2-0 at home and 5-0 away in their league clashes with Watford last season.
Watford failed to score in their last league home game, drawing 0-0 with Brighton.
Man City followed their 5-0 win over Liverpool with another clean sheet winning 4-0 over Feyenoord in the Champions League.
8 - Birmingham v Preston North End
Birmingham have scored just three league goals this season, two in the first-half. Preston have only conceded two league goals so far.
Birmingham have scored just once in their last five league matches, they drew a blank in the last three on the spin.
Preston had a 3-0 win over Cardiff in their most recent game to make it five clean sheets in seven league matches.
11 - Burton A v Fulham
Fulham won 2-0 in this fixture last season, both goals came in the second-half.
Burton have failed to score in four league matches this season, they lost 5-0 to Leeds and drew 0-0 with Norwich in the last two.
Fulham have conceded just one goal in three league games on the road this season, they beat Ipswich 2-0 last time out.
14 - Ipswich v Bolton
Ipswich have won 1-0 in each of the last three occasions they’ve hosted Bolton.
Ipswich’s only goal in their last two league matches came in the 89th minute.
Bolton have scored just one goal in their last five league matches and drew a blank in the last three on the spin.