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Wolves v West Ham

Wolves followed their 4-3 victory over Leicester with a 2-2 draw at Shrewsbury on Saturday, so BTTS seems a fair bet when they take on West Ham at Molineux on Tuesday.

Nuno Santo’s side, who will be without key defender Willy Boly through suspension, have kept just one clean sheet in their last nine at home, conceding at least twice to Watford, Huddersfield, Crystal Palace and the Foxes. The West Midlands club have also scored in eight of their 12 league games there.

West Ham will have Marco Arnautovic back in the side and should be able to extend a run of scoring in six of their last eight on the road.

But Manuel Pellegrini’s side have only managed two clean sheets away from home all season – against Newcastle and Fulham.

Swansea v Birmingham

BTTS has landed in 10 of Swansea’s last 13 matches, including in five of their last seven at the Liberty Stadium.

Graham Potter’s side have only failed to score in two of their last 19 matches, both of which came against Aston Villa, but have managed just one clean sheet in their last seven at home.

Birmingham have scored in 10 consecutive league away games, with both teams netting in seven of them.

Bradford v Shrewsbury

At least one team have scored four goals in three of Bradford’s last five home matches, most recently when they lost 4-0 to Southend last time out at Valley Parade.

But after an encouraging performance in a 1-1 draw at Burton on Saturday, the Bantams – who had won their three previous home matches 4-0, 2-0 and 3-0 – are a great bet to score in this one.

Both teams have scored in nine of Shrewsbury’s last 10 away matches, while they drew 2-2 with Wolves on Saturday.

Forest Green v Mansfield

Boosted by the return of Christian Doidge, Forest Green have scored in eight of their last nine matches, including five in their last two games.

They are unlikely to keep their third consecutive clean sheet against Mansfield, though, who are in fantastic form in attack themselves.

BTTS has landed in five of the Stags’ last six away matches, with the last two finishing 3-2. Saturday’s 3-0 win over Tranmere means that they come into this game equally as dangerous in front of goal as their hosts.


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