Bournemouth v Brighton

These two sides drew 3-3 and 2-2 respectively in midweek, and there should be a few goals when they meet this weekend.

Eddie Howe has been known to make plenty of changes in cup matches, with his side’s three home games in the EFL Cup finishing 3-0, 3-2 and 2-1 before a 1-0 quarter-final defeat at Chelsea.

Brighton have scored and conceded in eight of their last 11 matches, and in five of their last seven away from home.

Aston Villa v Swansea

There have been goals at both ends in seven of Aston Villa’s last nine games, and that should become eight out of 10 this weekend.

Dean Smith’s side have scored in 11 successive matches, bagging at least two goals in nine of those games.

They now face Swansea, who have scored and conceded in eight of their last nine, including a 4-1 win over Reading on New Year’s Day.

Charlton v Sunderland

This should be a high-scoring game between two of the three most reliable BTTS sides in League One.

Sunderland have scored in all 24 of their league matches this season, with goals at both ends in 17 of them – the most in the division.

Charlton have scored in 11 successive league matches, managing to keep a clean sheet in just two of those.

SD Huesca v Real Betis

Huesca have conceded in all 17 of their La Liga matches this season, so they’re unlikely to keep a clean sheet against Real Betis.

Betis have also conceded in five consecutive away matches, including two goals against both Getafe and Villarreal and three times against Barcelona.

Huesca have found the net in four of their last six home matches, so look a good bet to get on the scoresheet this weekend.


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