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Singles: +£80.37

Multiple: +£230

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Leicester v Everton

BTTS has landed in four of Leicester’s last five Premier League matches, and it’s difficult to imagine this one turning out any differently.

The Foxes have scored six goals in three league matches at the King Power Stadium this season, and will be encouraged by the fact that Everton have conceded twice in all three of their away games so far.

There were goals at either end in the Toffees’ first five league matches of the season before a 2-0 defeat at Arsenal and 3-0 win against Fulham in which there were plenty of opportunities for both sides.

West Brom v Reading

West Brom are the Championship’s top scorers, having netted 15 goals in their last four home league matches, so BTTS simply depends on Reading scoring a goal of their own at the Hawthorns on Saturday.

Fortunately, the Royals are in a good groove away from home, with their last four games finishing 2-2, 1-1, 2-3 and 2-2.

Only three teams have conceded more shots on goal at home than West Brom, while their visitors rank fourth for shots on target away from home. This looks an unmissable price for goals at both ends.

Southend v Oxford

Both teams have scored in four of Southend’s six home matches this season, including two 2-3s and a 2-4.

Chris Powell’s side have scored and conceded in consecutive matches away from home inside the last week, while they also rank first for both shots and shots on target per home game in League One.

BTTS has landed in eight of Oxford’s last nine league games, while only Barnsley have had more attempts on goal in League One away from home.

Crawley v Cambridge

Losing manager Harry Kewell does not appear to have made much difference to Crawley’s BTTS potential, who have scored and conceded in four of their five home league games this season.

Gabriele Coffi’s side have been involved in two 3-1s in the last week (one win and one defeat) and take on a Cambridge side rated by the underlying data* as the third-worst defensive side in League Two – and that was before Tuesday’s 3-1 defeat to Forest Green.

Both teams have scored in all of the visitor’s last three league matches, while they rank eighth for attempts on goal per away game.

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