Luka Milivojevic (Crystal Palace) –
Seven of Milivojevic’s 10 goals this season have come from the penalty spot, which only makes this bet more attractive.
Crystal Palace have won a spot-kick at Vicarage Road in both of the last two seasons, and their blistering attack has every chance of earning another against Watford’s powderpuff defence.
Wilfried Zaha has history in this fixture, memorably being on the receiving end of mascot Harry the Hornet’s baiting last season. His trickery inside the box could supply his midfield team-mate with the chance he needs.
Neal Maupay (Brentford) –
Brentford have fashioned 90 more chances than the Championship’s second-most creative side this season, and Maupay is the beneficiary.
The French striker has scored in three of his last four matches, with two close-range finishes and a penalty the result of the kind of build-up play that the Bees should once again produce on Saturday.
QPR have conceded 14 goals in their last seven away games, including four at Hull a fortnight ago.
Ivan Toney (Scunthorpe) –
Toney is one of several EFL strikers impressing after January loan moves, and can extend his good run against Walsall on Saturday.
The Newcastle loanee has netted six goals in 10 matches for Scunthorpe, most recently a poached winner at Charlton last time out.
Walsall have conceded 13 goals in their last seven matches, with their only clean sheet coming against the already-relegated Bury.
Jonathan Forte (Notts County) –
Forte has struggled to break into the Notts County team ahead of Shola Ameobi and Jon Stead this season, but has grasped his opportunity this month.
The striker has three goals in his last two games, including a brace against Coventry that kept the Magpies in League Two’s automatic promotion race.
He has every chance of extending his run against Yeovil, who have conceded twice in all of their last three away games.
*Odds subject to change.
Click here to visit Betway’s football betting page.