Goals Galore Tips: Five Games to Pick for Saturday, April 6, 2024

 | April 05 | 

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Another weekend and another busy round of fixtures across the United Kingdom. Some mouth-watering ties in the Premier League, Championship, and Scottish Premiership should provide followers with plenty of goals. 

Keep reading as Betfred’s Frank Monkhouse picks out his weekend Goals Galore Tips this Saturday and as a five-game accumulator for you, coming in at 10/1...

Goals Galore Tips

  • Dundee vs Motherwell
  • Aston Villa vs Brentford
  • Luton vs Bournemouth
  • Coventry vs Leeds
  • Middlesborough vs Swansea
  • Overall Odds - 10/1

Dundee vs Motherwell

Welcome to another exciting round of fixtures across the UK and another chance for followers to bank a profit playing the Goals Galore coupon after going painfully close last weekend. We open in the Scottish Premiership, where we’re backing goals at Dens Park as Dundee hosts Motherwell.

Neither the locals nor the Steelmen have been particularly impressive in front of goal this season, but this fixture brings the best out of both squads. Dundee and Motherwell have played some memorable games over the years and already gave us a six-goal draw late last year. Back Goals Galore to come good for the fourth game on the bounce and enjoy the show from Dens Park.

Aston Villa vs Brentford

Moving to the dizzy heights of the English Premier League, followers haven’t been short of goals in recent weeks. Aston Villa enjoys a home advantage over Brentford. We expect them to make it count, earning all three points to boost their chances of securing a top-four finish and spot in next season’s Champions League at the expense of Tottenham.

A long winless run has dragged Brentford towards the relegation zone, meaning the Bees are desperate to make an overdue return to winning ways. Looking through the stats, we note that backing Goals Galore in this fixture would’ve landed you a profit earlier this season when Villa won 2-1 on the road. Both teams scored in four of the last five renewals.

Luton vs Bournemouth

The second and last Premier League game to appear in our weekend Goals Galore acca pairs Luton and Bournemouth, with the hosts stuck in the relegation zone with time running out to save their space in the Premier League for next season. Luton has scored 43 goals, which is more than Manchester United in sixth place. They certainly have no issues finding the net, but a -21 goal difference tally tells where the problems lie.

Bournemouth arrived fully aware that they must be organised in defence to keep their hosts at arm’s length, but the Cherries are in great form and recorded back-to-back home wins over Luton and Everton. The visitors scored 44 goals this term, which is just as impressive as the home team. With two strong attacks supported by weak defences, this game looks made for the Goals Galore coupon.

Coventry vs Leeds

We round off Saturday’s Goals Galore bet with a doubleheader from the English Championship, starting with the game between Coventry and Leeds at the Coventry Building Society Arena. The home team is pushing for a top-six finish and spot in the playoffs, ensuring their fans enjoy an extended season. Opponents Leeds seek three points on the road and take confidence from their recent form as they battle for pole position in the table.

Leeds look good enough to secure a quick-fire return to the Premier League, and they’ll want to confirm automatic promotion rather than risk playing in the lottery that is playoff football. The stats make for interesting reading and show Goals Galore in each of the last three renewals of this fixture and five of the previous six. Expect more of the same here.

Middlesborough vs Swansea

We pull the curtain down on another exciting Goals Galore article, which we hope will line your pockets and drastically improve your weekend. But only after predicting goals at the Riverside Stadium, where Middlesbrough and Swansea renew their rivalries. These sides are usually good value for a goal-fest and we have high hopes ahead of Saturday’s match.

Taking both teams to score would’ve landed you a profit in each of these rivals' last four meetings, including Boro's engrossing 2-1 away win on Welsh soil in December. Boro and the Swans share a dozen goals in their last four meetings, and at least another two would do us nicely. Let’s hope both teams pack their shooting boots and come to win.

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