ONE of our favourite places for goals last season was the Aussie lower leagues and they get back to league business in Brisbane after a washout to last week's supposed openers.
There's been a complete restructuring of the game in Brizzy this season, something even they seemed to manage with ease while the powers that be in Scotland still flap about and come up with farcical ideas to change the set-up.
This morning sees Brisbane City take on Brisbane Olympic in the opening game of the Queensland Premier League. This hotly-contested derby match has seen goals galore over the last few years with the last three matches ending 4-2, 4-3 & 4-2 and is a game that involves teams followed by the Greek community (Olympic)a gainst the Italian community (City) of Brisbane.
City are a very young and inexperienced side this season and conceded 4,3 & 2 during the recent Brisbane Silver Boot pre-season competition where they lost two and drew one.
They come up against an experienced Olympic side who have recruited well during pre-season and managed two victories including a 7-1 win over newcomers Moreton Bay and a 3-2 win over last season's losing Brisbane Premier League Grand finalists Rochedale Rovers.
Olympic should be winning this match by a few but more importantly this is a game that should follow recent years and see goals.
Bet365 have this game in-play tomorrow at 10.15am and with only O2.5FT prices available just now at odds of 13-40 you're going to have to wait until this comes in-play to get a bit of value.
O3.5FT goals should come in round the evens or 10-11 mark and should sail home here. If Bet365 are feeling brave and offer a goals spread we'd even have a go at O4.5FT goals and the first-half goals market if the odds hold up for evens or thereabouts for O1.5HT.
Over 3.5 match goals @ Evs or 10/11
Over 4.5 match goals @ 12/5
Over 1.5 half-time goals @ Evs or 10/11