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Newcastle v Burnley (20:00)

Debutant Miguel Almiron prompted arguably Newcastle’s best performance of the season against Huddersfield on Saturday, and they should at least score once more again here.

Rafael Benitez’s side have only failed to hit the net against Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham in their last nine league matches, while Burnley have managed two clean sheets in their last 16 games on the road.

BTTS has landed in all of the Clarets’ last four matches, with striker Ashley Barnes scoring in all of them, so they should fulfil their side of the bargain.

Bristol City v Birmingham (19:45)

Bristol City have scored in seven consecutive home league matches, with BTTS landing in five of them.

The hosts lost 3-2 at Norwich on Saturday, and take on a Birmingham side that have produced 3-1, 3-3 and 3-4 scorelines in their last three away games.

After drawing 2-2 with Blackburn on Saturday, Garry Monk’s side have scored and conceded in six of their last eight league matches.

Sheffield Wednesday v Brentford (19:45)

Brentford have scored and conceded in six of their last seven league matches, a run that includes 2-4, 5-2 and 5-1 scorelines.

The Bees are in scintillating attacking form, but have conceded 11 goals in their last four away games, so Sheffield Wednesday should register themselves.

The Owls beat Swansea 3-1 on Saturday, having drawn 2-2 at Rotherham a week previously.

Lincoln v Exeter (19:45)

Having landed in 11 of Lincoln’s last 13 home matches, BTTS looks a huge price for their game with Exeter on Tuesday.

The Imps have only managed three clean sheets in their last 14 matches, two of which were against strugglers Yeovil and Morecambe, but have not failed to score since October.

Exeter have scored and conceded in three of their last four matches, including Saturday’s 2-1 win at Crewe, and have netted in four of their last five away games.

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