Tuesday's anytime goalscorer player betting accumulator covers action from the Championship & League One and comes in at a best price of 134/1.
Coventry vs Stoke
First there was Ian Wright, then Shaun and Bradley and now there is D'Margio Wright-Phillps. Grandson of Ian, son of Shaun and nephew of Bradley, this kid comes from a footballing dynasty and with 481 goals between his predecessors, D’Margio has some serious goalscoring pedigree.
That certainly seems to be the case as well based on what little we have seen of him. It took him just 36 seconds to find the net at the weekend as Stoke welcomed league leaders Fulham in only his third professional appearance.
DWP was realised by Man City amidst the 2020/21 campaign and opted to join Stoke, amongst interest from others, due to their reputation for bedding in youth to the professional game. After biding his time in the PL2 division, DWP has been given the opportunity and whilst he does look raw, I think we may have to get used to watching him somersault down the touchline.
Luton vs Bristol City
With three top strikers at Nigel Pearson’s disposal, he has faced quite a conundrum this season; who to play. To the delight of the Bristol City faithful, he seems to have found the answer recently and it is pretty obvious, play all three.
Regardless of how many players Pearson opts to field uptop though, Antoine Semenyo will surely be one of them based on his recent form. The 22-year-old has directly contributed to seven goals in his last six league appearances though you could argue he should have more having racked up 20 shots and missed five big chances.
Despite registering two assists in the Robins last game, you would imagine he will be doubly keen to get back amongst the goals having hit the woodwork twice. With a career league goals per 90 average of 0.36, the 5/1 Bet365 is offering for him to score anytime is way too long for me.
The final leg of the treble comes via the thirds tier in Burton Albion’s clash with MK Dons and it is the hosts talisman Daniel Jebbison’s price of 11/5 to find the net that appeals.
Amidst interest from a host of clubs, both in the second and third tier, Jebbison opted to join Burton Albion due to their supremo, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, as the young Canadian was eager to work under a man that was part of the Premier League 100 club.
Jebbison has had a direct hand in 35% of Albions last 17 league goals and with a goals per 90 average of 0.60, Bet365’s price is clearly value here.