THERE were goals galore in one of Greg's picks last night but not enough in the other part of his Belgium double.

It’s a busy-looking card tonight and here are Greg's tips.

Everton v Arsenal

Toffees boss Ronald Koman has made it public that in his eyes his team aren’t good enough to compete with the top sides (a direct dig at the board I think). Arsenal travel here looking to return to the summit but should be in for a tough match here under the floodlights. On their day Everton are a match for anyone but unfortunately have been inconsistent and are on a poor run. The Gunners will field a strong side – should be a cracking game! I think we’ll see both sides net here and that should lead to goals.

Back over 2.5 match goals (8-11, boylesports) (NAP)

Stenhousemuir v Livingston (7.30pm)
Fulham v Rotherham

Mr F and I are on the same page here with these two. Stenny will be buoyed by their 5-0 demolition of Airdrie at the weekend while Livi will be keen to extend their lead at the top.

Fulham are pretty impressive going forward bit defensively are a bit of a shambles – should see both sides netting here.

Back over 2.5 match goals double (13-10, bet365)

Halifax v Eastleigh

These two battled out a draw in the last match with Eastleigh stealing a last-minute equaliser. There was nothing between the sides that day. They make the long trip to Yorkshire with a depleted squad (missing 8 key players).

Taking Halifax to qualify at (4-5, bet365)

2 Comments
  1. garry 2 years ago

    NAP should come in now
    And it looks like Halifax are missing 8 key players ?

  2. GregBrowning 2 years ago

    @garry NAP and double landed – think I’ll leave lower English teams to win in future and stick to what a I preach – goals ⚽️?

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