Real Madrid v Bayern Munich – Yes
Both teams have scored in 10 of Real Madrid’s last 11 home matches, with the only exception being their 4-0 win over Alaves in February.
Given that there have also been goals at both ends in five of the defending champions’ last six Champions League matches, a repeat in this game is a near certainty.
Bayern have scored 45 goals in their last 13 matches, but couldn’t prevent Real from scoring twice despite dominating last week’s first leg,.
Bradford v Walsall – No
After their 2-0 defeat to Southend on Saturday, only one team have scored in five of Bradford’s last six home matches.
There have only been goals at both ends in three of Simon Grayson’s 12 games in charge overall, with the Bantams drawing a blank in seven of them.
Both of Walsall’s last two matches have finished 1-0, with both teams scoring in only two of their last 10.
Doncaster v AFC Wimbledon – No
The goals have dried up for Doncaster, with Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Oldham their third successive blank.
Both teams have scored in just one of Rovers’ last five home matches, with the last two finishing 1-0 to the away side.
A point would be enough to secure League One survival for AFC Wimbledon, whose goal tally is superior to just three League One teams.
Chesterfield v Newport – Yes
After Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Wycombe, both teams have scored in nine of Chesterfield’s last 11 matches.
The Spireites may now be officially relegated, but they are still a decent bet to extend a run of at least one goal in 12 of their last 16 home matches.
There have been goals at both ends in six of Newport’s last eight matches, including successive 2-1 victories inside the last week.
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