Everton v Sheffield United

Everton’s last three matches have finished 2-4, 3-2 and 3-1.

Marco Silva’s side are without a clean sheet in four overall, and have conceded in six of their last nine home matches against teams outside the top six.

Sheffield United have drawn 1-1 and 2-2 in their two away games so far this season, and rank eighth for xG in the Premier League overall.

Brentford v Stoke

Manager Thomas Frank described Brentford’s first half against Derby in their last home match as the best in his three years at the club.

The Bees led 3-0 at the break in that game, while only Leeds and QPR have had more shots per home game since the start of last season.

Stoke have only failed to score against table-toppers Leeds this term, with BTTS landing in every league game bar that one.

Millwall v QPR

Millwall have scored in nine of their last 11 home games, including in all three this season.

They take on QPR, who have scored and conceded in seven of their nine matches so far.

Mark Warburton’s side rank third for shots per game in the division this season, winning 2-1 at Sheffield Wednesday in their last away game.

Plymouth v Cheltenham

Plymouth’s attack is exceptional at home, scoring eight goals in four league games at Home Park this season.

They have conceded twice in two of those matches, though, and rank in the bottom half for xG against in League Two (experimental361).

Cheltenham have scored 17 goals in nine matches. Only two of those have come away from home, but they both came in last week’s 2-0 win at Salford so they are in good enough nick to net here.


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