Goals are the name of the game in this League Two fourfold and how many will be scored more precisely, as a prolific Morecambe side look to ascend the table yet further by piling more misery on leaky Northampton.
The free-falling Cobblers could do with fashioning themselves a giant boot which they could then place in the goalmouth to stem the flow of goals right now.
The last six league games have seen them ship an average of two per fixture, while upwardly-mobile Morecambe have just secured 10 of the last 12 points available off the back of scoring 10 goals themselves.
After mustering just a single goal from their opening six fixtures, hosts Hartlepool have started to turn things around as the goals have finally started flowing like champagne at a wedding.
Their last four games in all competitions have witnessed Pools rack up 10, while seven of nine games featuring Oxford this season have seen the 2.5 goals mark surpassed.
The combined firepower on offer at Roots Hall has accounted for just 15 goals in a combined 16 games to date in League Two, that’s a goal every 96 minutes of action. Yawn.
Southend, scorers of seven of those 15, have only managed to notch more than once in a single game, against a struggling Northampton side. Meanwhile, the Pirates have managed just a single goal in four away matches in the division.
Mansfield are on a great run, undefeated in seven games since the opening day, but perhaps tellingly have only beaten one side in the top half of the table so far.
Meanwhile, having only conceded three goals all season, it’s no surprise to see clinical Chesterfield lording it over the rest at present with four straight wins to nil.
Yet, the Spireites have not scored more than two goals in a single game so far, with each of those victories slipping under the 2.5 goals marker.
A successful fourfold pays out at around 10/1
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