Saturday 14th September Over 2.5 Goals Acca Stats

Saturday 14th September Over 2.5 Goals Acca Stats

Over 2.5 goals odds

After a week of EURO 2020 qualifying games, the first international break has come and gone, meaning the football league is finally back this weekend.

It was a successful break for England, with fans being treated with two goal frenzy victories from Gareth Southgate’s men. Both results showcased why supporters are finally unified behind the exciting and courageous Three Lions, but such unity will be put on hold for now.

Club football has returned and fans will be desperate for their team’s to generate some more early season momentum. As we have been deprived of such league action, we’re hoping to see some goals this weekend.

Ahead of the upcoming fixtures, we’ve taken a look into a selection of games that have a high chance in seeing over 2.5 goals. All the odds and prices below can be found with BetVictor. (subject to change)

Liverpool vs Newcastle United – 2/5

  • Liverpool = 4/4 games with over 2.5 goals
  • Newcastle = 1/4 games with over 2.5 goals

Starting our list is the early Premier League kick off this Saturday afternoon.

Liverpool host Newcastle United at Anfield and unsurprisingly, the Reds are big favourites to get all 3 points. They are 2/13 to win the game with BetVictor, with Jurgen Klopp’s side looking to make it 13 league wins in a row. Liverpool currently sit comfortably on top of the table, having registered 2+ goals in each of their opening 4 fixtures.

The notorious trio of Mohammed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have all started the season in prolific fashion, sharing 7 goals between them in the league. Against 14th in the table, they are inevitably expected to be comfortable winners this weekend.

Newcastle shocked the country with their 1-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in August, but they didn’t look too prolific against Watford last time out. For over 2.5 goals to come in, many spectator’s will be relying on Liverpool to find the back of the net and there is just reason in hoping so. They have already put 4 past Norwich and 3 past Arsenal at Anfield this season.

Stoke vs Bristol City – 11/10

  • Stoke = 6/6 games over 2.5 goals
  • Bristol City = 4/6 games with over 2.5 goals

Our first 3:00pm selection includes the only Championship team to have over 2.5 goals in every single one of their league games this season – Stoke City.

Unfortunately for the Potters, the majority of goals have occurred inside their own net. Nathan Jones’ side have conceded 15 times in just 6 games, picking up just a single point in the process. Stoke sit rock bottom of the table and are currently one of the favourites at 7/2 to go down this season. Jones is in desperate need of three points and this Saturday could be his last chance of doing so.

It certainly isn’t an easy task though, with Bristol City touching down in Staffordshire in 5th place. The Robins are looking very strong this season, being the 2nd highest top scoring team in the division with 11 goals. Lee Johnson’s side are a tough team to overcome too, having lost just 1 of their opening 6 games. During these fixtures, Bristol City have had 4 games with over 2.5 goals.

In terms of probability, this fixture has a high percentage chance of seeing over 2.5 goals. Stoke have a 100% record in this market, with Bristol City coming in at 67%. At 11/10, fellow punters may fancy the game in an acca, particularly those who like to back up their selections with statistics.

QPR vs Luton – 4/6

  • QPR = 4/6 games with over 2.5 goals
  • Luton = 5/6 games with over 2.5 goals

Just behind Stoke in having the most games with over 2.5 goals in the Championship this season has been Luton Town. It’s been a relatively inconsistent start to life in the division for the Hatters, but nobody can question the entertainment value they bring along with them.

They’ve scored 10 and conceded 10 so far this season, sitting on 7 points after 6 games. Graeme Jones’ men certainly like to play on the offensive, with the likes of James Collins and Harry Cornick starting the campaign off in lively form. Coming up against a side that are yet to keep a clean sheet in all competitions this season, they may fancy themselves to get on the score-sheet again.

QPR will be equally confident of getting a result though, as they have won their last 2 games in the league. Mark Warburton’s team have registered 9 goals in the Championship, making the matchup at Loftus Road a potentially high-scoring fixture. Neither team are afraid to commit men forward, justifying BetVictor‘s price of 4/6 for their to be over 2.5 goals.

Blackpool vs MK Dons = 17/20

  • Blackpool = 4/7 games with over 2.5 goals 
  • MK Dons = 5/6 games with over 2.5 goals

Blackpool are the heavy favourites at 21/20 to win this Saturday, as they look to extend this season’s unbeaten run at home in the league to 4. The Seasider’s are being tipped to make a push for automatic promotion under Simon Grayson and they certainly have a chance in doing so. They have lost just once this season, scoring 12 goals in the process.

Such form going forward has seen this selected market come in 4 times in 7 Blackpool games. If this statistic wasn’t enough for punter’s to fancy the price at 17/20, MK Dons’ form may just. The Dons have had over 2.5 goals in 5 of their opening 6 games, conceding 11 times in the league. They have one of the worst defensive records in the division, hence Blackpool’s tag as the heavy favourites.

Given the form of Armand Gnanduillet, the Seasider’s will fancy a comfortable win this weekend, with many predicting Blackpool to roll MK Dons over. Regardless of the result though, we are expecting to see some goals in this fixture. The Dons have scored in every single away game this season, so on paper, the expectation to see goals is certainly justified.

BetVictor over 2.5 goals odds

(all odds have been selected with BetVictor and are subject to change)

Liverpool vs Newcastle United – 2/5

Stoke vs Bristol City – 11/10

QPR vs Luton – 4/6

Blackpool vs MK Dons – 17/20

All results together as a four fold = 8/1