Who's hot and who's not in Saturday's £1 Million Goal Rush
There could be goals at both ends when Leicester take on Bournemouth, but Huddersfield have struggled to score on the road this season and could be denied by Tottenham at Wembley. Take at look at our picks for who’s hot and who’s not when it come to both teams scoring in our Goal Rush competition this weekend.
1 - Leicester v Bournemouth
Leicester have scored seven times within the first fifteen minutes in the Premier League this season, only Arsenal have scored more early goals.
Seven of Leicester’s last ten league matches had both teams score, including their last four on the bounce.
Eight of Bournemouth’s last ten league matches had goals from both sides, including their last three on the bounce.
2 - Southampton v Stoke
Peter Crouch scored the winner in the 85th minute for Stoke to win 2-1 in the reverse fixture with Southampton back in September.
Eight of Southampton’s last ten league matches had both teams score, including a 1-1 draw with Burnley last weekend.
Stoke’s last three league matches have finished in a 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth, before draws of 1-1 with Brighton and Leicester.
6 - Aston Villa v QPR
Albert Adomah’s brace gave Aston Villa a 2-1 win in the reverse fixture with QPR in November.
Aston Villa drew 1-1 with Preston in their last home match before beating Sheffield Wednesday 4-2 away last weekend.
QPR have scored in each of their last five league matches, they were beaten 5-2 hosting Nottingham Forest last Saturday.
13 - Millwall v Sunderland
George Saville scored both of Millwall’s goals in their 2-2 draw with Sunderland back in November.
Millwall have only failed to score in three of their last fifteen league matches. Six of their last eight league games at home had both teams score.
Sunderland had a 3-3 draw visiting Bristol City last month and drew 3-3 hosting Middlesbrough last Saturday.
20 - Gillingham v Rotherham United
Their last three league meetings had both teams score, including Gillingham’s 3-1 win in the reverse fixture this season.
Eight of Gillingham’s last ten league matches featured both teams scoring, including their 2-1 loss at Bury last Saturday.
The last time Rotherham failed to score was visiting Blackburn in September, they’ve scored in each of their twenty-four league games since.
4 - Tottenham v Huddersfield
In the reverse fixture in September Tottenham were 3-0 up by half-time before Moussa Sissoko made it 4-0 in the 91st minute.
Tottenham have kept six clean sheets in their last ten league matches, they won by 1-0 against Arsenal and Crystal Palace in the last two.
Huddersfield have failed to score in ten of their fourteen league away games this season.
15 - Sheffield Utd v Burton A
Sheffield United beat Burton 3-1 in the reverse fixture back in November.
Sheffield have failed to score in three of their last six league matches but had a 3-1 win over Reading on Tuesday night.
Burton have failed to score in five of their last ten league matches, including their 1-0 defeat hosting Millwall last weekend.
23 - Rochdale v Plymouth Argyle
Three of their last four meetings had just one side score but the reverse fixture finished 1-1 this season.
Rochdale have drawn a blank in their last two league matches, drawing 0-0 hosting MK Dons before a 1-0 defeat at Wigan last weekend.
Plymouth come into this after back to back wins of 1-0 over both Oxford and Bradford.
29 - Carlisle v Grimsby
It took until the 70th minute for Clint Hill to get the only goal in Carlisle’s 1-0 win in the reverse fixture.
Carlisle have leaked just one goal in their last three league matches.
Grimsby have failed to score in six of their last ten league matches, they were beaten 1-0 by Exeter last weekend.
34 - Exeter v Chesterfield
Only one of the last six encounters between these two had both teams score. Chesterfield won the reverse fixture 1-0 this season.
Exeter have kept four clean sheets in their last eight league matches, including a 1-0 win over Grimsby last weekend.
Chesterfield have failed to score in four of their last six league games on the road, including a 2-0 defeat at Carlisle on their last trip.
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