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Aston Villa v West Bromwich Albion (12:30)

The Midlands rivals are two of the Championship’s top-scoring teams this season, with Villa scoring 82 and West Brom 87.

Neither side have an enviable defensive record however, with both shipping more than 60 goals over the course of the campaign.

The reward of a place back in the Premier League should see both teams play to their strengths.

Borussia Dortmund v Fortuna Dusseldorf (14:30)

Dortmund have netted in all their Bundesliga home games this season, with BTTS failing to land just once in 16.

Lucien Favre’s side need a win to remain in the title race, so should leave space in behind for a Fortuna side that often trouble the top teams in the division.

Dusseldorf have scored in each of their last five away fixtures, with BTTS landing in four of those games.

Olympique Nimes v Monaco (19:00)

Monaco’s capitulation has been one of the stories of the Ligue 1 season, and a visit to Nimes will do little to ease their relegation fears.

The hosts have scored 11 times in their last five home matches, with BTTS landing in three of those ties.

Monaco have managed just five away victories all season but have netted in each of their last seven games on the road.

Sunderland v Portsmouth (19:30)

Sunderland have found the net in 16 consecutive matches at the Stadium of Light, with BTTS landing in 10.

Portsmouth, meanwhile, have the best away record in League One, scoring in their last 11 games on the road.

BTTS landed in both fixtures between these sides during the regular season, as well as their recent EFL Trophy final, and Saturday’s play-off semi-final first leg is unlikely to be any different.

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