Liverpool v Roma –
Roma halted their patchy league form with a convincing 3-0 win at SPAL on Saturday, and are a good bet to at least find the net at Anfield.
Eusebio Di Francesco’s side have scored 22 goals in their last 11 matches – including in both legs of their quarter-final tie with Barcelona – and have only failed to score against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League this season.
Liverpool need only extend their record of a goal in the last 14 matches that Mohamed Salah has started to fulfil their side of the bargain. The Egyptian himself has scored in 13 of them.
Nottingham Forest v Barnsley –
There have been goals at both ends in Nottingham Forest’s last two matches.
Aitor Karanka’s side performed well in the 2-1 defeat at Cardiff on Saturday, and should have scored more than the one they managed. They have, however, now conceded in five consecutive matches.
Both teams have scored in eight of Barnsley’s last 10 matches, including a 3-2 and two 2-2s in their last five.
Morecambe v Cambridge –
After Saturday’s 4-3 win over Cheltenham, both teams have scored in seven of Cambridge’s last eight matches.
Joe Dunne’s side have scored 11 and conceded seven in their last four games, and more of the same should be expected at Morecambe.
The Shrimps’ last two home matches have finished 2-2 and 1-1, while they have only failed to score in two of their last 11 at the Globe Arena.
Bromley v Barrow –
Bromley are likely to both score and concede at home for the third time in seven days when Barrow visit on Tuesday.
The hosts have recorded 3-1 and 3-2 victories inside the last week to make it seven BTTS matches from nine at Hayes Lane.
After Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Aldershot, there have been goals at both ends in four of Barrow’s last six matches.
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