Preston v Brentford

Preston have scored at least twice in all of their four home matches this season, with BTTS landing in the last three.

Alex Neil’s side have scored and conceded in five consecutive matches overall.

Brentford’s away form is not great, but they rank eighth for shots per away game so their luck should soon change.

Swansea v Nottingham Forest

Swansea have scored 17 goals in five home matches this season, with their three league games at the Liberty Stadium finishing 2-1, 3-2 and 3-0.

They will likely concede to Nottingham Forest, who have scored in all of their eight games so far.

BTTS has landed in three of Forest’s last four, and in all three of their away matches this term.

Burton v Coventry

BTTS hasn’t landed at the Pirelli Stadium yet this season, but that sequence should end on Saturday.

Burton have won their last two home matches 4-0 and 2-0, scoring nine goals in their last three overall.

Coventry have drawn 3-3 in two of their three league away games this season, and beat Blackpool 3-2 last time out.

Crawley v Mansfield

Crawley have scored in all of their seven league matches so far this season, with BTTS landing in five.

Gabriele Cioffi’s side rank first for shots per home game this term, while striker Bez Lubula is the joint-second top goalscorer in League Two.

Mansfield’s Danny Rose tops that list. His side have scored twice in five of their seven games this season.


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