bet365 Square Logo

Goals Galore Long Haul - Back our 7-day over 2.5 goals acca here!
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
October 2, 2023
Show Bio

Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

The football action continues to come thick and fast this week, with Matchday Two of the Champions League highlighting the midweek coverage ahead of another busy weekend on the domestic front.

We have taken a look through all the fixtures and picked out seven matches where there could be plenty of entertainment on show, as we are predicting over 2.5 goals in each of those games to make up an acca that comes in at odds of 32/1

Back our 32/1 Goals Galore Long Haul acca here

Monday – Malmo vs Brommapojkarna

Malmo are leading the way in the Swedish Allsvenskan and have scored two or more goals in each of their last five matches across all competitions.

They should have too much for visiting Brommapojkarna, who are struggling at the wrong end of the table and have failed to win any of their last six away games in the league, although they are regular scorers on the road, netting in eight of their last 10 and can contribute to a high-scoring contest.

Tuesday – Salzburg vs Real Sociedad

Salzburg will head into their home clash with Real Sociedad having won back-to-back matches domestically 4-0, while they are also regular scorers in Champions League home matches, netting in each of their last eight games at the Red Bull Arena in the competition.

Sociedad have scored in six consecutive matches, including putting five past Granada and four on Getafe in La Liga, while they were also on the scoresheet when they faced Real Madrid at the Bernabeu last month. This match should deliver on the goalscoring front.

Wednesday – Atletico Madrid vs Feyenoord

Atletico Madrid have arguably never been as expansive as they are now under Diego Simeone, who has seen his side put seven past Rayo Vallecano and three on rivals Real Madrid already this season.

However, they could have met their match when Dutch champions Feyenoord come to town, as Arne Slot’s visitors have scored two or more goals in each of their last seven matches, including netting four at Ajax and five at Utrecht across their last two away fixtures.

Thursday – Marseille vs Brighton

Each of Marseille’s last three matches have yielded over 2.5 goals, including their 3-3 draw with Ajax in their opening Europa League Group B contest. while eight of Brighton’s nine matches this season have also seen three or more goals being scored.

Roberto De Zerbi’s side are certainly an entertaining team to watch and they remain the leading scorers in the Premier League this season, although the six they shipped at Aston Villa last time out underlined a potential defensive vulnerability.

Friday – Borussia Monchengladbach vs Mainz

Borussia Monchengladbach have made a slow start to the season in terms of points, but they have netted three goals in two of their last three matches and their six league games this season have averaged over four-goals-per-game.

Mainz are bottom of the standings and they have conceded at least two goals in all three of their away matches in the Bundesliga this season, including shipping four against both Union Berlin and Werder Bremen.

Saturday – Luton vs Tottenham

Tottenham have scored two or more goals in all seven of their Premier League matches this season, but they are without a clean-sheet in their previous four, conceding two in recent away trips to Burnley and Arsenal.

Luton got their first win as a Premier League club against Everton, putting two past the Toffees at Goodison Park, but they may struggle to contain a free-flowing Spurs side, although don’t rule the Hatters out from contributing to an entertaining contest.

Sunday – Napoli vs Fiorentina

Napoli have scored four goals in each of their last two Serie A games, while Fiorentina have also been amongst the goals, netting seven across their four away matches in the league to date this term.

However, the Viola have only kept one away clean-sheet in the league – conceding four in defeat at Inter Milan – and they may struggle to keep Napoli at bay, although with the in-form Nicolas Gonzalez in their ranks, they can hurt the defending Italian champions at the other end.

Build better bets with our free betting tips, predictions and accumulators, every day.

More betting news:

View All Today’s Football Tips

Betting Academy: See our complete guide to football betting

To squeeze every drop of value out of today’s Football Predictions and Tomorrow’s Football Predictions we highly recommend you take a look at our Free Bets hub, where you can compare all the best free bets and special offers from the best sportsbooks around.

Related Articles

See All