Cardiff v Wigan
BTTS has landed in five of Cardiff’s last six home matches.
The Bluebirds have scored in seven of their nine home matches under Neil Harris, while striker Callum Paterson has four goals in his last six games.
Wigan have scored in 13 of their last 16 matches, with BTTS landing in 12 of them.
Portsmouth v Shrewsbury
Portsmouth have scored twice or more in 10 of their last 11 home games.
BTTS has landed in eight of those matches, including against bottom-half League One teams Southend and AFC Wimbledon.
Shrewsbury drew 2-2 at Fleetwood last month and rank in the top 10 for shots on target per away game, so are worth a punt to score at least once.
Cambridge v Bradford
Cambridge have found form since sacking Colin Calderwood as manager, winning three consecutive matches and scoring five goals.
BTTS has landed in six of their last 10 games at the Abbey Stadium, while they have conceded three or more goals on four occasions.
Bradford are also improved under new management, with their first two matches under Stuart McCall finishing 1-1 and 3-1.
Port Vale v Colchester
BTTS has landed in three of Port Vale’s last four matches, including in their 3-2 win at Forest Green on Tuesday.
Vale have scored and conceded in 10 of their last 14 home games and drew 1-1 at Colchester in the reverse fixture on the opening weekend of the season.
Saturday’s visitors lost 3-2 to Grimsby on Tuesday evening and have scored nine goals in their last four.
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