Crystal Palace v Bournemouth –
Goals at Selhurst Park have been guaranteed in the last couple of months.
Both teams have scored in the last four matches at Selhurst Park, with Palace netting twice in all of them against a range of different opponents.
Bournemouth have bagged in four of their last five matches, and have both scored and conceded in each of their previous Premier League games at Palace.
Hull v Brentford –
New Hull manager Nigel Adkins does not need to change too much about his side offensively.
The Tigers have failed to score just once in their last 14 matches, and have netted in every game at the KCOM Stadium this season.
Brentford are prolific, too, scoring at least twice in seven of their last 10 matches, and firing off more shots per game than any other side in the league.
Blackpool v Rotherham –
Blackpool have scored in 12 of their 13 home matches this season, and Rotherham won’t bring that sequence to an end.
The Millers have kept just one clean sheet away in the league, conceding 11 in their last five on the road.
They have, though, scored in 13 consecutive matches, so should fulfil their side of the bargain.
Chesterfield v Barnet –
Chesterfield have scored eight goals in their last four home matches as they try to recover from an awful start to the season.
So considering that the visitors have not kept a clean sheet on the road all season, a home goal is surely guaranteed.
Fortunately, the Bees have scored in nine of their last 10 on the road, while their hosts have conceded 15 in their last eight matches at the Proact Stadium.