We brought you a host of Anytime Goalscorer Tips over the past two weeks with very positive results, hopefully this weekend we can bring you more. We’ve shortlisted our Favourite Anytime Goalscorer Tips below.
Bacca (AC Milan) | Anytime Goalscorer Tips
Just his first season in Italy, Carlos Bacca has already established himself in the red and black of AC Milan. He arrived from Sevilla with an amazing scoring record, but Serie A is a different challenge, and many doubted he would have the same impact. A poor couple of seasons from the Rossoneri have seen them lose their elite status across Europe, but this season things are much better, and Carlos Bacca has been key to that.
13 goals from 26 appearances this season in Serie A, has ensured Bacca continues to be one of the most consistent scorers in Europe. He boasts a GPM (Goals per minute) of 163, and has been Milan’s biggest threat all season. Originally Bacca played in a lone striker role for AC, but since Christmas, coach Sinisa Mihajlović has opted for a 4-4-2, with Niang partnering the Colombian.
This has no doubt helped Bacca, who has 6 in his last 10; prior to Christmas,he managed just 3 in 10. AC welcome Torino to the San Siro this weekend, and Mihajlović will expect 3 points from this one. Milan are scoring an average of 1.62 per game at home this season, whilst Torino are conceding 1.58 away.
I expect AC to win this one, and I think they will score at least twice. Bacca is in form with 6 in his last 10, and has scored 34% of AC Milan’s goals this season. A price of 2.60 is more than generous, for a home fixture against a bottom half side.
Back Carlos Bacca Anytime Goalscorer at 2.60 with Bwin.
Miku (Rayo) | Anytime Goalscorer Tips
When top scorer Javi Guerra suffered injury, fans of Rayo would have no doubt been concerned. A side facing relegation, quite simply could not afford to lose such a contributor. Step forward Miku, the Venezuelan international has been a revelation at the Madrid based club. Having scored in all of his past 5 La Liga games, Miku has undoubtedly been a major factor in Rayo going unbeaten for 6 games.
Operating a GPM of 131.6, Miku is right up their in terms of consistent scoring. Rayo travel to Betis on Saturday, and have the chance to leapfrog their opponents in the table. Betis have been decent since they changed managers, but they are still conceding goals.
Rayo have netted at least twice in all of their last 6 matches, I see no reason why that will not continue at Betis. Goals are always on the menu when Rayo ‘The Entertainers’ are involved, and I expect the inform Miku to be amongst them.
Back Miku Anytime Goalscorer at 3.40 with Bet365
Martins (Moreirense) | Anytime Goalscorer Tips
Incredible form is a phrase to associate with Rafael Martins. With 10 goals in his last 9 games, Martins is helping propel his side up the table, and away from the relegation zone. Rock bottom Tondela come to town on Sunday, and I expect we could see a goal fest.
Moreirense have seen 23 goals in their last 5, whilst Tondela have witnessed 19. With 11 points to make up, the away side will have to go for the win, and that should lead to goals at both ends.
Martins missed out last week through injury, and he will come back in for this key game. Scoring at a rate of every 120.7 minutes, Martins is a must bet at home to the bottom side in Liga Nos.
Back Rafael Martins Anytime Goalscorer at 2.62 with Betfair Sportsbook.
Janssen (AZ Alkmaar) | Anytime Goalscorer Tips
Backing a player to score in the Amsterdam Arena seems like a risky strategy on the face of it. Ajax are the most successful team in Holland, and are fighting it out with PSV for the title this season.
They face a tough game this weekend with AZ Alkmaar visiting the capital, and I’m expecting AZ to cause a few problems for Frank De Boer’s side. Undoubtedly the team of the moment in Holland, Alkmaar have recorded 8 wins on the bounce, which has pushed them up to third in the table.
One man who deserves the line share of credit for this turn around, is 21 year old Vincent Janssen. Following a summer move from second tier Almere City, Janssen has been a revelation for AZ. Just 21 years of age, yet he is already their main man, and has 15 goals this season. With 10 goals in his last 8 games, Janssen could really cause problems for Ajax’s back line.
Operating a GPM of 123.4 is impressive in itself, but another factor to this one, is that he averages an SPG (Shots per game) of 3.40. Any complacency from Ajax, will be capitalised on by AZ, and most likely Vincent Janssen.
Back Vincent Janssen Anytime Goalscorer at 3.40 with PaddyPower.
Zlatan (PSG) | Anytime Goalscorer Tips
34 years old, but Zlatan is in arguably the form of his career. With 23 goals in 21 appearances this season, the big Swede is a must bet at 2.10 this weekend.
Lyon are the latest club in the firing line of Ibrahimovic, and despite this being a tough one on paper, I expect Ibra to net. PSG have absolutely steamrolled Ligue 1 this season, the Parisians sit on 73 points, with 2nd placed Monaco 24 behind.
Many people expect PSG to let up, and complacency to sneak in; but I disagree, Laurent Blanc has already stated his intent to break records.
Maybe if this one came directly before their trip to Stamford Bridge, but it doesn’t, PSG’s next game is in the Coupe De France. PSG have thrashed Lyon by an aggregate score of 10-2 in the 3 encounters since December 2015, and I would expect them to be victorious again in this one. Zlatan has a fantastic GPM of 75.3 this season, and averaging an SPG (Shots per game) of 4.6 makes me confident he will score again.
The Swedish international unsurprisingly takes all the penalties and free kicks for his side, this could be a route to goal for him.
Back Zlatan Ibrahimovic Anytime Goalscorer at 2.10 with William Hill.
Bayal-Sall (Saint Etienne) | Anytime Goalscorer Tips
I class this one as a longshot, but would it really be a massive surprise, if Bayal-Sall got on the scoresheet at home to Caen? A precarious option undoubtedly, and I rarely back a centre half, but Les Verts have changed their philosophies slightly, and Bayal-Sall has profited the most.
With 6 goals, in 2468 minutes of action (Across Ligue 1 & Europa League) Bayal-Sall has an impressive GPM of 411.3. I don’t know the stats, but i’d hazard a guess, that no defender across Europe’s top 5 can match that. Interestingly, the Senegalese international, has scored 3 times in his last 4. Is it luck? Coincidence? Not for me, ASSE, since the turn of the year, have noticeably began to use set pieces as their main attacking threat. Standing at 191cm, Bayal-Sall is certainly one of the most imposing presences in Ligue 1, and he can clearly get on the end of crosses.
His GPM alone makes him serious value this weekend, but like I say, I feel the goals have come from a very recent tactical change. A price of 14.00, just has to taken in a home game against opponents missing key men. Seube, Da Silva, Yahia and Imorou (all defenders) are expected to miss out for Caen.
Back Moustapha Bayal-Sall Anytime Goalscorer at 14.00 with Unibet.
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