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Plymouth v Walsall (19:45)

After Saturday’s 2-1 win over Coventry, BTTS has landed in seven of Plymouth’s last nine matches.

The two exceptions have ended in a 3-0 win and a 3-0 defeat, while the Pilgrims have now failed to score in just one of their last seven matches at Home Park.

Walsall won 3-0 at Gillingham on Saturday but had scored and conceded in all of their previous six matches.

Bury v Oxford (19:45)

You can expect most teams to field full-strength teams in the quarter-finals of the EFL Trophy, and the form of these sides suggests that there will be plenty of goals when they meet on Tuesday.

Bury’s last three matches have finished 2-4, 4-3 and 1-2, the first of which was in the last round of this competition. They have failed to score in just two of 18 home games this season, netting three or more goals in nine of those matches.

Oxford beat Portsmouth 2-1 to make it three BTTS matches out of three on Saturday. They have won 3-0 in three of their five games in this competition this season, with both teams scoring in the other two.

Guiseley v Hereford (19:45)

In the National League North, two of the bottom five sides look sure to produce goals.

BTTS has landed in eight consecutive Guiseley home matches, including 4-3, 1-5 and 2-2 results. They have only failed to score in one of their 16 home matches this season.

Hereford have scored and conceded in all of their last four matches, including a 2-2 draw with Nuneaton Borough on Saturday.

Monaco v Metz (20:00)

Despite their poor form, Monaco should have enough to score against second-tier opposition on Tuesday night.

Thierry Henry’s side have hit the net in all of their last five matches, with both teams scoring in the last four.

Metz are top of Ligue 2, so should take advantage of their struggling hosts to score themselves. The visitors have netted in 14 of their 15 away matches this season, with BTTS landing in nine of them.

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