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Burnley v Leicester

BTTS has landed in six of Burnley’s last seven matches, including their last four at Turf Moor.

Sean Dyche’s side have only failed to score against Manchester United and Chelsea at home this season, while their only league clean sheets have come against Bournemouth and West Ham.

Leicester have scored in all but one of their 15 league away games this season, with goals going in at both ends in 10 of them. In two game under Brendan Rodgers, they have lost 2-1 and won 3-1.

Rotherham v Norwich

Rotherham have scored and conceded in 11 of their last 12 home matches, including their last six, while the last two matches at the New York Stadium have finished 2-2 and 3-2.

That sequence also includes a 2-2 draw and 1-2 defeat to Sheffield United and Leeds, Norwich’s two rivals for automatic promotion. The Millers have scored in every home match bar a 4-0 defeat to West Brom in December.

Norwich are near-certainties to score themselves. Daniel Farke’s side have hit the net in 18 consecutive league matches, scoring at least three goals in 11 of them. BTTS has landed in five of their last six on the road.

Bristol Rovers v Charlton

Bristol Rovers have only failed to score against Sunderland (twice) in their last nine matches and have won twice inside the last week.

Striker Jonson Clarke-Harris has scored in his last four appearances that weren’t against the Mackems, including a hat-trick against Blackpool at the Memorial Stadium a fortnight ago.

Rovers are unlikely to keep Charlton quiet, though. Lee Bowyer’s side have scored and conceded in all of their last four games, with Lyle Taylor netting in both of their last two.

Portsmouth v Scunthorpe

Portsmouth seem to have rediscovered their best form in attack, scoring 12 goals in their last four games.

Kenny Jackett’s side won 3-2 at Walsall on Tuesday, with BTTS landing in nine of their last 10 League One matches.

The  jeopardy here lies with Scunthorpe, but their 4-1 win over Southend on Tuesday offers hope that they can take advantage of their hosts’ wobbly backline.

The Iron have registered an xG of 1.0 or over in all of their last four games (experimental361).


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