Going For Goals!

  • By: Ben Coley, Chris Hammer and Nick Hext
  • Last Updated: October 5 2012, 13:08 BST

Our Going For Goals team are back with another treble as they bid for three winners in a row.

Reading have the attacking quality to contribute

Swansea v Reading (BC)

On paper, this doesn't look a going for goals game, as only one team has scored in each of Swansea's last three in the league.

However, at home they're a constant threat and with Michu and Danny Graham among their attacking options, Michael Laudrup will rightly be disappointed if they can't find the net.

Keeping a clean sheet may not be quite so straightforward against a Reading side desperate for their first league win of the campaign. Both teams have scored in six of their seven games and they've plenty to offer in attack too.

Bury v Swindon (CH)

Rock-bottom Bury host Swindon looking for their first League One victory of the campaign and they must surely come into this clash with a degree of confidence after the Kevin Blackwell era began with an impressive 2-2 draw at second-placed Stevenage last time out.

Those two goals should inspire the Shakers to find the net again but we can't ignore their poor defensive record this season having conceded 18 goals in their nine matches so far.

Swindon's promotion challenge suffered a setback last week as they lost 1-0 against Colchester so the flamboyant Paulo Di Canio will have his players fired up for the trip to Gigg Lane in a bid to get their season back on track.

Plymouth v AFC Wimbledon (NH)

AFC Wimbledon need the points a little more than Plymouth in this clash between two sides at the wrong end of the League Two table.

The Dons sit only one place and two points above the relegation zone and have claimed just two wins all season, but we like them for our weekend selection as their last two games have seen both teams score.

Plymouth are a little further away from trouble with four more points than Wimbledon and they are even more tuned up for this feature with five games in a row seeing both teams score.


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