Hull v Cardiff –
Hull’s remarkable 5-5 draw at Bristol City was the third match in four in which they’ve scored at least four goals.
Given Cardiff have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10, the Tigers look good to find the net at least once.
Neil Warnock’s side have scored 15 goals in their last seven games against bottom-half teams, though, and will probably need to win to keep automatic promotion in their hands.
QPR v Birmingham –
No Championship team has been involved in more BTTS matches this season than QPR.
Both teams have scored in five of the Hoops’ last six home matches – including a 2-5, 4-1 and 4-2 – and in four of their last five overall.
Birmingham have conceded 17 goals in their last seven away games, but have only failed to score against top-six sides Middlesbrough and Wolves since appointing Garry Monk as manager.
Cheltenham v Coventry –
After Tuesday’s 2-4 defeat to Lincoln, both teams have scored in eight of Coventry’s last nine matches, with the exception a 4-0 victory at the end of March.
Mark Robins’ side have been involved in a 2-2, 2-6 and 2-4 on that run, while they have both scored and conceded in nine of their last 10 away games.
Cheltenham lost their last match 4-3 at Cambridge, and have kept one clean sheet in 11 home matches.
Crawley v Crewe –
Both teams have scored in 15 of Crawley’s last 17 matches, including all of their last nine.
Harry Kewell’s side have been involved in two 2-2s, a 2-3 and a 3-5 in the last two months, and haven’t failed to score at home in 2018.
There have been goals at both ends in Crewe’s last six away games, including a 1-4, 2-2 and 3-4.
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