The Champions League rolls back into town this evening with two crunch clashes, while we have an ample support cast in the Premier League and EFL as we seek out a trio of Tuesday goal getters:
Here’s our 10/1 anytime scorer treble as we sink our teeth into the first instalment of a midweek feast of football.
- PSG v Real Madrid – Kylian Mbappe
- Lincoln v Doncaster – John Marquis
- Sheffield United v Hull – Billy Sharp
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Goalscorer Acca Betting Tips:
PSG v Real Madrid – Kylian Mbappe (5/4)
It’s hard to turn the Frenchman down, with the Parisians needing a positive result to take with them to the Bernabeu in the second leg of their Last-16 tie.
The 23-year-old already has 21 goals in all competitions this season, has scored in back-to-back games leading up to this game and is usually a man for the big occasion.
Lincoln v Doncaster – John Marquis (11/8)
The striker has enjoyed a bright start to his loan spell at Sincil Bank from Portsmouth, netting three in his first five games.
And the Imps face Doncaster tonight, who have the worst defensive record in League One and are almost certain to gift a few chances away.
Sheffield United v Hull – Billy Sharp (7/5)
The veteran goal machine continues to fire them in and comes into this one on the back of four goals in his last four outings – a run that saw him clinch the all-time Championship scoring record.
And the 36-year-old comes up against a Hull defence has lost three times in the space of a week and looks short of confidence under new manager Shota Averladze.