Anytime Notebook | 5th March 2016


ANYTIME GOALSCORER genius Gavin Horsfall (@GHorsfall) is back with his take on the best Football League goalscorers this weekend.

Wimbledon v Accrington | Saturday 15.00

Only Northampton have picked up more points per game in 2016 than Neal Ardley’s Wimbledon. It’s a run that has taken the Dons to the edge of the League Two play-off picture despite a winless recent run against the league’s top two.

That run doesn’t get any easier as fourth-placed Accrington visit on Saturday but Wimbledon were good value for a point at Sixfields last time out and their opponents are currently on a run of seven without a clean sheet.

Andy Barcham (4/1 Bet365) looked lively at Northampton and can add to his tally of five goals this season.

Walsall v Barnsley | Saturday 15.00

Barnsley’s run of form in the New Year betters that of even Wimbledon yet they face a stern test of their own play-off credentials when they visit The Bescot on Saturday.

Walsall have stemmed the flow of goals against with a couple of clean sheets and so it may take something special from Conor Hourihane (3/1 William Hill) to break the deadlock.

Six of the former Plymouth man’s nine goals have come on the road this season.

Oldham v Swindon | Saturday 15.00

Twenty-five games without a goal but Barry Bradley (20/1 Stan James) probably pops up for Swindon sooner or later.

The Robins are an easy side to back these days winning four on the bounce but face an Oldham side that look more compact these days and are clearely made of sterner stuff than a few months ago.

Swindon will look to break quickly and the rampaging Bradley could get some joy down the right-hand side.

Best Bets

Wimbledon v Accrington – Andy Barcham to score at anytime (4/1 Bet365)

Walsall v Barnsley – Conor Hourihane to score at anytime (3/1 William Hill)

Oldham v Swindon – Barry Bradley to score at anytime (20/1 Stan James)

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After a misspent youth spent sneaking into Midland’s racetracks with his Dad without paying, Gavin caught the betting bug early. While the betting landscape may have changed, it’s still all about solving puzzles and although edges have got smaller, there are still profitable angles for punters lower down the football pyramid. When not watching his beloved Coventry City, he’s watching games in Leagues 1 and 2, on the lookout for goalscoring defenders, penalty taking midfielders and in-form strikers for his Anytime Notebook.

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