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9/1 Anytime Scorer Acca: Wednesday, March 2


The Champions League may be having a brief intermission, but a trio of FA Cup games means there’s still enough out there for us to get stuck into a tidy treble of anytime scorers. 

And tonight’s effort weighs in at 9/1.

  • Takumi Minamino (LIVERPOOL v Norwich)
  • Romelu Lukaku (Luton v CHELSEA)
  • Armando Broja (SOUTHAMPTON v West Ham)

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9/1 Anytime Scorer Acca:

Takumi Minamino (LIVERPOOL v Norwich)

The Japanese forward hasn’t played a huge deal of football but has still chipped in with eight goals for club and country this season and is likely to step in for one of Jurgen Klopp’s favoured front three for the cup. 

The 27-year-old bagged in the previous round against Cardiff and with Norwich having a poor record at Anfield, he’s likely to be in with a sniff of a goal once again. 

Romelu Lukaku (Luton v CHELSEA) 

He may not be in the best form of his life but the Belgian is still a top-class forward and after starting on the bench in the Carabao Cup Final, he’s likely to get the nod to start at Kenilworth Road. 

And at better than even-money to find the net against a side in the Championship, Lukaku certainly represents value here. 

Armando Broja (SOUTHAMPTON v West Ham) 

Southampton have failed to score on only one occasion in their last 15 games and with the Hammers on a run of just one away clean sheet in nine, there’s surely a chance for the hosts to sneak a goal or two. 

And we’ve been really impressed with Chelsea loanee Broja, who comes into this with eleven goals for club and country, while his combative style should suit him against a robust away side.  

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.