Going for goals!

  • By: Ben Coley, Chris Hammer and Nick Hext
  • Last Updated: March 15 2013, 14:09 GMT

Our Going For Goals team are back with a both-teams-to-score treble covering the English leagues.

Arsenal's game at Swansea could produce goals at both ends
Arsenal's game at Swansea could produce goals at both ends

Swansea v Arsenal (BC)

Arsenal head to the Liberty Stadium in desperate need of three points in the race for a Champions League spot, which is now as essential as ever following confirmation of their exit from this year's competition at the hands of Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.

That said, spirits will have heightened slightly from their courageous 2-0 victory at the Allianz Arena - albeit in vain - and on Saturday they will go all out to attack a Swansea side who are in relaxed mood given they're stuck in mid-table with a trophy already in the cabinet.

The last two games between the sides at the Liberty Stadium have produced nine goals - most recently a 2-2 draw in the FA Cup in January - so we could be in for a similar story this time.

Hull v Nottingham Forest (CH)

Hull got their automatic promotion push back on track after with a 1-0 win at Burnley on Monday and will be keen to maintain the momentum against an in-form Nottingham Forest side, who are gunning for the play-offs.

Steve Bruce's side had lost two of their previous three games heavily - 4-2 at Crystal Palace and 4-1 at Bolton - while their 5-2 victory over Birmingham sandwiched in between also gives us hope that both teams will score at the KC Stadium on Saturday.

Forest are chasing their sixth straight victory in a superb run of form under Billy Davies which has also seen them score in each of the last six games.

Wycombe v Northampton (NH)

Wycombe v Northampton is the League Two selection for this weekend's Going For Goals as a mid-table side host promotion contenders.

Gareth Ainsworth's Wycombe have done well to climb away from relegation trouble and this market has suited them in recent times with four of their previous five matches seeing both teams score.

Northampton sit just one place outside the automatic promotion places and enter this contest on the back of a 1-1 draw at Morecambe in midweek. This game makes the cut.

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