Wycombe v Burton: Over 2.5 goals expected at Adams Park

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Thanks to the international break League Two gets another chance to shine live on Sky Sports 1, with high-flying Wycombe entertaining Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink’s new club Burton.

As is customary for such a colossal tussle, we have loaded three more hot tips into the News.Ladbrokes cannon:

Over 2.5 total goals @ 21/20

There are quite a few stats that back up this particular punt, not least that it would have brought home the bacon in the last three renewals at Adams Park in the league.

11 goals have been scored across those encounters, while three of Wycombe’s last four games in League Two have
gone north of the 2.5 goals line, with the other returning a 1-1 draw.

Meanwhile, three out of their last four away games for Burton have seen at least three goals in them, including a seven-goal thriller at Carlisle last month.

Team to score first: Burton @ 5/4

Although Wycombe are rated the best away side in the division, the Chairboys tend to get a little choky at home, where they’ve drawn three and lost one of their opening eight matches.

Part of that problem is a real shortage of early goals from Gareth Ainsworth’s team, or even first-half strikes for that matter, where the Adam’s Park crowd have only been treated to one all season,

Paul Hayes to score anytime @ 9/5

The journeyman striker best known for his three spells with Scunthorpe has hit an unexpectedly purple pacth since arriving on a free this summer in Buckinghamshire.

The 31-year-old has scored eight in 18 appearances and heading into this televised clash has notched in
successive games.

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