Football tips: Four to score in tonight’s 23/1 anytime goalscorer acca

PPTV's Carl Monaghan has picked out his most likely goalscorers on Wednesday

Riyad Mahrez Man City Patrick Bamford Leeds Mohamed Salah Liverpool Michail Antonio West Ham

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6.00pm: Burnley v Manchester City – Riyad Mahrez

Burnley take on high-flying Manchester City at Turf Moor this Wednesday and Pep’s men will be in for tough night’s work. City have won 11 consecutive games in all competitions and the manager has been able to rotate his array of attacking talent to great affect in order to cope with the non-stop demand of their fixture list.

Wednesday, 6.00pm: Burnley v Manchester City
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With that rotation in mind, we could see both Riyad Mahrez and Raheem Sterling run out here in this one and I think the Algerian is one who could be worth a punt in the anytime goal-scorer market against the Clarets. Mahrez got back among the goals recently when he scored against West Brom and he helped himself to a hat-trick against Sean Dyche’s men in the reverse fixture at the Etihad earlier in the season. As we have seen time and time again, players like to score again against certain teams. Mahrez is the first name I’m dropping into this anytime acca.

7.30pm: Leeds United v Everton – Patrick Bamford

Patrick Bamford was instrumental in the 3-1 win for Marcelo Bielsa’s men at Leicester last time out. He scored one against Brendan Rodgers’ side and unselfishly laid on the third goal for Jack Harrison to tap in.

Wednesday, 7.30pm: Leeds United v Everton
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He has had a really good season so far in the top flight with 11 Premier League goals. That is the same amount of league strikes as Bruno Fernandes, Jamie Vardy and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. That’s an impressive return for your first Premier League campaign and explains why Bamford is the second leg of the anytime goalscorer acca.

 

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8.15pm: Liverpool v Brighton – Mohamed Salah

Liverpool play host to Brighton on Wednesday night and Mohamed Salah is on fire at the moment. He is the league’s top goalscorer with 15 and produced magic displays against Manchester United in the FA Cup and most recently against West Ham in the league.

Wednesday, 8.15pm: Liverpool v Brighton
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In both games he bagged a brace so the Egyptian is on a roll and it doesn’t look like petering out anytime soon. Salah as an anytime goalscorer is odds-on but it’s still well worth it’s place in this acca.

8.15pm: Aston Villa v West Ham United – Michail Antonio

Another man who is due a goal is West Ham striker Michail Antonio. He had a great chance against Liverpool at the weekend but saw his shot just go wide – he should have made it count. In the game before that against Crystal Palace it was a miracle he didn’t score. He hit the woodwork twice and also missed a sitter from close range.

Wednesday, 8.15pm: Aston Villa v West Ham United
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Despite his bad luck in front of goal, this guy is playing well and is working very hard. He is a handful to defend against and is constantly getting himself into the right positions so it is only a matter of time before he reaps the benefits. Antonio anytime is the final piece in the jigsaw.

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Premier League anytime goalscorer bet summary – Wednesday, February 3

6.00pm: Burnley v Manchester City – Riyad Mahrez
7.30pm: Leeds United v Everton – Patrick Bamford
8.15pm: Liverpool v Brighton – Mohamed Salah
8.15pm: Aston Villa v West Ham United – Michail Antonio

All four selections in an anytime goalscorer accumulator works out at just over 23/1 with Paddy Power

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