MAY 9: BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE/GOALS TIPS

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I’M starting with a lunchtime Premier League clash that should provide goals from both teams.

Everton have been in good nick with six successive wins and that’s bad news for Sunderland who need the points with tough away games at Arsenal and Chelsea to follow.

I reckon Everton will win and if they score first Sunderland will have to come out and go for goals. Dick Advocaat’s side beat Southampton last week and their last three matches have seen both score. Their record at Goodison is poor but they’ve netted on their last two visits.

For a treble add the Scottish Premiership matches at Dundee and Hamilton. Every Dundee-Inverness game has seen both score so it would be unlucky for us if that trend ended today.

There have been 14 goals in three meetings between Hamilton and Partick and with both sides safe this should be an open match with plenty of chances.

My first-scorer tip in today’s Record is Ross County’s Liam Boyce at 5-1 with bet365. He netted a hat-trick last time he faced St Mirren and has just signed a new deal so will be looking to celebrate with a goal.

I like the match result and btts prices but they’re not easy to call – however I’m putting up a Trixie I hope has a chance.

Both teams to score

Everton v Sunderland (12.45pm)
Dundee v Inverness
Hamilton v Partick Th
(11-2, 888sport)

Match results and btts

Stoke v SPURS
Dundee v INVERNESS
STENHOUSEMUIR v East Fife
Perm any 2 and all 3 (4 bets)
Treble pays 93-1 at 888sport

First scorer

Boyce (Ross County)
(5-1, bet365)

3 Comments
  1. alva glen 2 years ago

    Btts/win – Stoke,Palace,Rangers and Forfar.1250/1 BV.

  2. Luke 2 years ago

    Worth a nicer! Lol

  3. Luke 2 years ago

    A nicker

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