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Newcastle v Watford –

Watford have scored twice in all six of their away matches this season, and there is little to suggest that they can’t do the same at Newcastle on Saturday.

The Hornets won last weekend despite uncertainty surrounding Marco Silva’s future, while the hosts have only kept home clean sheets against West Ham and Crystal Palace, both of whom are in the bottom three.

The visitors have shipped nine goals in their last three away matches, though, so Newcastle should have little trouble scoring themselves.

Fulham v Millwall –

Fulham’s reputation as a BTTS banker is returning, and was significantly enhanced by Tuesday evening’s 5-4 win at Sheffield United.

Slavisa Jokanovic’s side have now scored in 12 of their last 14 matches, including all three recent home games against top-six sides Cardiff, Bristol City and Derby.

But they haven’t kept a clean sheet throughout that run, so Millwall – who netted twice in their last away match at Sunderland – should score.

Rotherham v Wigan –

Rotherham’s home record this season is impressive, and should guarantee them at least a goal against second-place Wigan.

The Millers have scored 27 goals in 12 home matches in all competitions, including three five-goal hauls, and at least one goal in each of their last eight.

Considering that Wigan have only failed to score away from home against league-leaders Shrewsbury, all the way back at the start of September, there’s little doubt they will find the net themselves.

Ausburg v Wolfsburg –

Wolfsburg are the Bundesliga’s second-most prolific BTTS side, with both teams scoring in nine of their 12 league matches this season.

And that pattern should continue at Augsburg this weekend.

The hosts have scored in all of their home matches this season – including against RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund – while the visitors have notched six goals in their last two.