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Brighton v Fulham

Five of Brighton’s last six home league matches against non-top-six opposition have produced goals at both ends, and the visit of Fulham should be no different.

Slavisa Jokanovic’s side rediscovered their goalscoring touch last weekend, smashing Burnley 4-2. Aleksandar Mitrovic scored twice in that match, while Andre Schurrle had 11 shots – more than any player in one match so far this season.

The Cottagers have – excluding the play-offs – scored in 26 of their last 27 league games, with BTTS landing in four of their last five league games and in 15 of their last 21 on the road.

West Brom v Stoke

West Brom have got off to an explosive start to the season, with 3-4 and 7-1 scorelines contributing to four BTTS matches from five in the league.

The Baggies have scored in all of their seven home matches since Darren Moore took over as manager last season, and conceded in all but two of them.

Stoke have rediscovered their shooting boots in the last two weeks, netting four goals in two days in the Championship and EFL Cup, with both teams scoring in both of their away games so far this season.

Sunderland v Oxford

Sunderland’s excellent attack have scored 12 goals in five matches so far this season, including six in two in the last 10 days.

Striker Josh Maja has scored in all but one of their league games, with Chris Maguire and George Honeyman also impressing in attack, while Lee Cattermole even chipped in with a brace at AFC Wimbledon last weekend.

The Mackems have conceded in four of their five League One outings, though, so Oxford have every chance of getting on the scoresheet themselves.

Karl Robinson rested key attackers Jamie Mackie and Ricky Holmes in Tuesday’s 3-0 EFL Cup win at Newport, so a record of six goals in their last three league matches should extend.

Swindon v MK Dons

Swindon are one of three EFL teams with a 100 per cent BTTS record this season, and that run should continue this weekend.

Both of the Robins’ two home league matches this season have finished 3-2, with both teams scoring inside an hour of all of their league games.

MK Dons have scored in five of their six league games this season, so are unlikely to be the team to halt their hosts’ entertaining run.

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