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TF365 Goals Galore Challenge Round 4

Which games will see over 2.5 goals this weekend?  

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  1. 1. Choose ALL games that you think will see Over 2.5 goals this weekend.

    • Chelsea v Leicester (returns £19.70)
    • Crystal Palace v Burnley (returns £28.87)
    • Huddersfield v West Ham (returns £30.12)
    • Newcastle v Swansea (returns £28.24)
    • Watford v Southampton (returns £23.85)
    • West Brom v Brighton (returns £33.89)
    • Tottenham v Everton (returns £20.08)
    • Bournemouth v Arsenal (returns £19.70)
    • Liverpool v Man City (returns £18.83)
    • Man Utd v Stoke (returns £20.71)

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  • Poll closed on 06/01/18 at 14:45

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£12.55 is what we bring into this round. Can we make it into Round Five? Remember to vote for ALL games you think will have 3 or more goals.

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I'm just going with the one this week and it's the obvious candidate between Liverpool and Manchester City. It's hard to see only one team scoring in that one and I can't see either side settling for a 1-1.

There are a few games I'm very confident there will be at least 2 goals (Chelsea v Leicester, Spurs v Everton, Bournemouth v Arsenal) and I wouldn't be at all surprised to see them go to 3+, but I'm sticking with just the one selection simply because of how much of a banker I think it is.

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Chelsea vs Leicester - pretty much always going to choose us. We concede for fun. Get on Drinkwater and Kante to score as well.

Tottenham vs Everton - I know Big Sam loves his defensive tactics but Spurs seem to be fairly strong at home and no doubt Kane will be on the scoresheet.

Liverpool vs Man City - 2 very attacking teams and Liverpool fairly vulnerable at the back (they conceded against us). Man City's attack far stronger of course. 

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Man Utd v Stoke is the only one I'm feeling

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I have to say apart from Chelsea v Leicester that looks like the worst set of Saturday fixtures I can remember.

I have defended the tactics of certain teams but there really is an absolutely dour lack of quality outside the top few teams :hh:.

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Just now, RandoEFC said:

I have to say apart from Chelsea v Leicester that looks like the worst set of Saturday fixtures I can remember.

I have defended the tactics of certain teams but there really is an absolutely dour lack of quality outside the top few teams :hh:.

Tottenham vs Everton is the other stand out.

But when you look at the bottom half of the table and how tight it is, you'd hope teams would be a bit more outgoing and offensive in the hunt for having to win games!

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There are some big prices there. Jesus Christ.

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Liverpool v City is obvious.

Bournemouth v Arsenal is the next one for me. Both score and concede. It was 3-3 last season, you'd surely think there would be at least 3 goals.

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