Over 2.5 Goals Tips: Expect plenty of goals in Saturday’s Premier League matches

 | March 29 | 

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Easter weekend is here and there is a lot of exciting Premier League action coming our way on Saturday. This action-packed weekend of football always provides a good opportunity to put together an accumulator. One that we particularly like the look of from the top-flight on Saturday is tipping games that we think will see over 2.5 goals land.

We've picked out six of the eight games on offer to build an over 2.5 goals accumulator which pays out at 12/1.

Over 2.5 Acca Tips: Saturday, March 30

  • Newcastle United vs West Ham United @ 1/2
  • Chelsea vs Burnley @ 4/9
  • Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace @ EVS
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Luton Town @ 1/4
  • Sheffield United vs Fulham @ 4/6
  • Brentford vs Manchester United @ 8/15

Over 2.5 goals acca pays at 12.84/1

Newcastle United vs West Ham United @ 1/2

The early kick-off on Saturday sees two teams with strong attacking players lock horns at St James' Park. Newcastle United have a lot of talent up top in the likes of Anthony Gordon, Alexander Isak, Miguel Almiron and Harvey Barnes. Their defence has been a huge concern this year, but they are still having joy in attacking areas.

That defensive concern will be music to the ears of West Ham United, who have their own quality in attack with the likes of Jarrod Bowen, Mohammed Kudus, Lucas Paqueta and Michail Antonio. Over 2.5 goals has landed in three of the Hammers' last four league matches, and for Newcastle, it has delivered in their last 10.

Chelsea vs Burnley @ 4/9

Chelsea's games recently have been producing a lot of goals. In fact, their last four matches have seen at least three goals scored and we think this trend could continue against Burnley at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

They welcome a Burnley side that have seen some improvements in recent weeks but they continue to ship goals. And the good thing for them is that Chelsea do too, which sets up an interesting clash in west London.

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace @ EVS

Two teams that have experienced difficult seasons this year are Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace. Both have been through managerial changes and they will be hoping that they can enjoy a strong end to the season.

They have both had a habit of finding the back of the net recently but they both have huge issues defensively, which will suit both sets of attacking players at the City Ground on Saturday,

Tottenham Hotspur vs Luton Town @ 1/4

Luton Town have given an excellent account of themselves in the top-flight this year but they really need to start picking up more points if they wish to stay in the Premier League for another year. Rob Edwards' side have improved their attacking threat over the course of the campaign but their defence remains fragile.

After losing to Fulham last time out, Tottenham Hotspur really need a result against the Hatters if they are to bolster their top-four chances. We think there could be quite a few goals on display in this one.

Sheffield United vs Fulham @ 4/6

Sheffield United have been a defensive disgrace this season. The Blades have conceded 74 goals in 28 matches and look destined to return to the Championship. They welcome a Fulham side that have blown hot and cold throughout the season, but when the Cottagers have been on-song, they've been very good - like their 3-0 victory over Spurs last time out.

Forward Rodrigo Muniz has been in excellent goalscoring form in recent weeks and he will likely play a huge role in Saturday's clash, and he will be eager to face the division's worst defence.

Brentford vs Manchester United @ 8/15

Brentford are anxiously looking over their shoulder as they only sit five points above the relegation zone. The Bees have been bitterly disappointing this year after the great strides they had made in their previous two campaigns.

Thomas Frank has had to endure a lengthy suspension to star forward Ivan Toney, as well as injuries to key players such as Rico Henry and Bryan Mbeumo. They welcome an inconsistent Manchester United side on Saturday, who have the quality to score a number of goals, but also concede a fair few too. This is set up to be a manic game of football in west London.

Over 2.5 goals accumulator at 12/1

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