Over 2.5 Goals Tips: 18/1 sixfold from the Premier League, Championship & League 1

 | 19th April | 

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Saturday brings forth a huge roster of footballing action and we bet many of you are looking to put on an accumulator for the weekend. They can come in all different shapes and sizes but one we feel tends to offer good value, is backing games to have over 2.5 goals in them.

From Saturday's selection of games on offer in the Premier League, Championship and League 1, we have hand-picked six matches which we believe will deliver at least three goals inside 90 minutes. Below we have detailed the reasons for our over 2.5 goals tips.

Over 2.5 Goals Tips

  • Luton Town vs Brentford @ 8/15
  • Sheffield United vs Burnley @ 8/13
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal @ 4/7
  • Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion @ 4/5
  • Cardiff City vs Southampton @ 8/13
  • Bolton Wanderers vs Port Vale @ 8/11

Over 2.5 goals acca pays at 18.54/1

Luton Town vs Brentford @ 8/15

Thanks to a recent win over Bournemouth and other results going their way, as well as points deductions, Luton Town find themselves one point from safety in the Premier League with five games to go. Brentford themselves are still at risk despite being seven points clear as things stand, but a victory for the Hatters will reduce that to four with four games left to play.

This is a huge game for both teams and we're expecting there to be a few goals on display as they are both going to be fighting for their lives at Kenilworth Road.

Sheffield United vs Burnley @ 8/13

The Premier League's bottom two sides are right where they deserve to be from their performances over the course of the season. They have both shown signs of life over the past few weeks but it is looking far too late for them to avoid relegation back to the Championship.

It isn't mathematically impossible just yet, though, and a victory for either team here could ignite some much-needed hope heading into the final weeks of the campaign. The two sides have found a habit of finding the back of the net in recent weeks and we think this will continue as two of the worst defences in the league go head-to-head at Bramall Lane.

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal @ 4/7

Is history repeating itself for Arsenal? They had the chance to be in the driving seat once again in the Premier League title race last weekend as they fell to a rare home defeat against Aston Villa. Mikel Arteta gambled with his lineup and was made to pay for it.

Now his players must regroup and focus on getting back to winning ways, while hoping that Manchester City can falter themselves in the final weeks of the campaign, however unlikely it is. They will need to find an immediate response against Wolverhampton Wanderers and we think that there should be a few goals on offer at Molineux.

Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion @ 4/5

Leicester City have got to rediscover their mojo in the final weeks of the Championship season if they are to avoid one of the most embarrassing collapses in history. They were 17 points clear at one point of the season and now it is a real possibility that they could miss out on automatic promotion entirely.

Up next for them is fifth-placed West Bromwich Albion, who will be looking to solidify their position in the play-offs, as well as fifth spot itself with Norwich City now just one point behind.

This will be a tough test for both teams and with plenty still at stake, goals should not be an issue here.

Cardiff City vs Southampton @ 8/13

Southampton have a shot at the Championship title. That is something you wouldn't have thought possible a few weeks ago. They have up to two games in hand on their rivals and have been picking up wins while the other challengers have been suffering setbacks.

The Saints play fantastic football and the players will be pumped up for the final run-in with a chance at the crown and against a Cardiff side that no longer has anything to play for, they may just run riot in south Wales.

Bolton Wanderers vs Port Vale @ 8/11

While they are still in with a chance of automatic promotion in League 1, Bolton Wanderers will see Port Vale as a free hit this weekend as the Valiants are having a tough time of buying wins. The Trotters boast one of the strongest attacking forces in the division with 79 goals scored, with only Peterborough United having scored more (80).

Ian Evatt's side should be able to beat Port Vale comfortably as they look to get themselves over the white line without having to deal with the pressures of the play-offs.

Over 2.5 goals acca at 18/1 You can read all our latest Football Acca Betting Tips at our dedicated Betfred Insights content hub.


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