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Our editors’ bets: Dortmund to hit over 1.5 goals…again

| 05.10.2013

We’ll admit the footballing gods didn’t shine favourably on this column last week, or perhaps it was bad tipping, we’ll let you decide? Still, we’re confident of a full-house this weekend.

Christian Crowther

Borussia Dortmund to score over 1.5 goals against Borussia Monchengladbach @ 4/7

Dortmund are top of the German Bundesliga by goal difference at present, having racked up 21 goals in just seven games to date. For the mathematicians amongst you, that’s an average of three goals per game and interestingly seven more than Bayern Munich have managed so far.

Meanwhile, Monchengladbach have shipped at least two goals in four of their seven games thus far.

Luis Suarez to score first against Crystal Palace @ 5/2

Liverpool’s divisive Uruguayan gave his the critics something to chew on with a comeback brace at Sunderland.

With goals already under his belt and hapless Palace in town, the trickster look absolutely primed to add to his tally on his Anfield return.

Craig Kemp

Portadown to win at Warrenpoint Town @ 8/13

It’s top visiting second-bottom in Northern Ireland, with the home side taking only one point from their four fixtures on their own patch to date.

Meanwhile, the visitors have scored twice in three of their four road trips.

Valenciennes v Reims: under 2.5 goals @ 4/7

This pair are among the four worst in Ligue 1 for scoring goals this season, playing 16 games between them and scoring only 10 goals.

Both of Reims’ last two on their travels have finished goalless too.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.