The end of the season is almost upon us, and the excitement is reaching new levels. Up and down the divisions of British football teams are battling for trophies, European qualification and even safety in their own league, and as if that wasn’t enthralling enough fans could benefit from it all with discounted pizza…
Yep, you heard us right, Papa John’s are giving supporters 50% off their next order if the team they back scores two or more goals in a single game. It really is that simple. All you have to do is sign up, pick your team and wait for a tasty discount code to land in your inbox. Easy.
We know it’s not always as simple as backing the team you actually support (Aston Villa fans would be struggling, if that was the way of it), so here are FIVE teams that may be worth following for the rest of the season…
Top of the overall ‘Score Twice, Half Price’ leader board are Celtic, with a whopping two or more goals scored in 21 of their 31 games this term. That’s a return of 68%, and with the Scottish title still not entirely wrapped up, they’ll need to keep winning and scoring!
With two or more goals scored in four of their last five, Arsenal are one of the form teams right now. The Gunners have a faint glimmer of a title push to keep them going, but to have any chance of overhauling Leicester, they’ll need goals.
Down in League Two, Northampton Town are already guaranteed a play-off place, and just a handful more points will secure them a passage into League One. With 73 goals netted all season and the pressure off, the Cobblers are sure to let loose.
Staying in League Two, Bristol Rovers are looking to make it back-to-back promotions and are within reach of an automatic slot. They’ll need to overhaul Oxford United, but with two or more goals scored in four of their last five, they’re sure to make a real push.
Just as Celtic are in the division above, Rangers lead the way in the Scottish Championship and have already secured the title and promotion. With the joint best record of scoring two or more goals – level with their Glasgow rivals – the Gers are a team to watch and have netted the pizza-winning tally in four of their last five games.