West Ham to beat Newcastle (12:30)
West Ham went a step closer to securing a top-four finish last weekend with a 3-2 victory over Leicester at the London Stadium.
David Moyes’ side have won 10 of their 15 league games since the turn of the year and will go third with another three points.
Fourth-bottom Newcastle came from behind to beat Burnley last Sunday, but that was their first victory in seven.
Watford to beat Luton (12:30)
Second-placed Watford look to be heading for an immediate return to the Premier League after a run of 10 victories in their last 12 matches,
That sequence of results has seen the Hornets open a seven-point gap to third-placed Swansea.
Luton have won just two of their last eight league games at Kenilworth Road.
Nottingham Forest to beat Huddersfield (12:30)
Huddersfield’s run of two victories in 19 league games has plunged them into serious relegation trouble.
The Terriers were pumped 7-0 by league leaders Norwich in their last away game and could have the gap to the drop zone cut to two points by full time.
Nottingham Forest have taken eight points from their last four matches and beat QPR 3-1 last time out at the City Ground.
Wigan to beat Crewe (12:30)
Wigan showed what they are capable of in midweek as they came from behind to beat title contenders Sunderland 2-1 at home, so this price feels long.
That was the Latics’ second straight victory and lifted them out of the relegation zone, where they have a one-point buffer on Northampton.
Crewe’s season, meanwhile, has fizzled out into nothing after a run of just three victories in their last 10 matches.
AFC Wimbledon to beat Swindon (17:30)
Wimbledon come into this having won back-to-back matches for the first time in the league this season.
Mark Robinson’s side beat Ipswich and Accrington by an aggregate score of 8-1, so should be full of confidence against a struggling side.
Swindon are second-bottom of League One and four points from safety following a run of four straight defeats and eight in their last 10.
Newcastle v West Ham (12:30)
West Ham’s last three matches have finished 3-3, 3-2 and 3-2, with BTTS landing in five of seven overall.
The Hammers look sure to score with Jesse Lingard and others in such good form, while they have kept one clean sheet in seven on the road.
BTTS has landed in seven straight Newcastle home matches.
Blackpool v Sunderland (12:30)
BTTS has landed in four of Blackpool’s last five home matches, including 2-2 and 4-1 scorelines.
They take on Sunderland, who have scored and conceded in all of their last four.
The Mackems have scored in their last 12 away games.
Crotone v Udinese (14:00)
Crotone’s last six games have finished 5-1, 4-2, 3-2, 3-2, 4-3 and 3-2, a staggering run that means BTTS is a great bet here.
There have been goals at both ends in seven of their last nine home games, too.
This would be a god bet regardless of the opposition, but it is reassuring that Udinese have scored and conceded in their last four on the road.
Scunthorpe to win or draw v Forest Green (12:30)
Forest Green are in dreadful nick, with four consecutive defeats and a run of no wins in six derailing their promotion bid.
Managerless Rovers have scored two goals on that run and are without key striker Jamille Matt.
Scunthorpe have only lost two of their last eight matches.
Simy (Crotone) to score v Udinese (14:00)
Simy has scored in six consecutive matches, including three braces, so certainly justifies a bet at odds-against.
The Nigerian ranks fourth for xG in in Serie A since the beginning of February and leads the line for a team that has scored 14 goals in six games.
Udinese have conceded 18 goals in nine away games, including three at Atalanta last time out on the road.
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