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Bournemouth v Crystal Palace –

After drawing 2-2 at Watford last week, Bournemouth have been involved in the second-highest number of BTTS games in the Premier League this season.

The Cherries have scored and conceded in all of their last eight home matches – including a 3-3 and two 2-2s – and in all of their last seven overall.

Given that there have been goals at both ends in seven of Crystal Palace’s last eight away games, that run should continue on Saturday.

Leeds v Sunderland –

Both teams have scored in five of Leeds’ last seven home matches – including a 3-4, 1-4 and 2-2 – and that sequence should extend for the visit of Sunderland.

The Mackems have been involved in two 3-3 draws in 2018, won their last away game 4-1 at Derby, and have seen goals go in at both ends in four of their last six on the road.

At odds not too far short of evens, this is a great bet.

Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham –

Sheffield Wednesday’s return to form should ensure that they at least find the net against in-form Fulham.

The Owls have scored nine goals in their three consecutive victories coming into this one, with both teams scoring in all of their last five.

Fulham’s superb attack has notched at least twice in seven straight matches, with goals at both ends in nine of their last 12 away games.

Plymouth v Peterborough –

No team from England’s top four divisions has been involved in more BTTS matches than Peterborough.

Posh have scored in all six matches since appointing Steve Evans as manager at the end of February, with goals at both ends in four of them.

There is little chance that Plymouth, who have scored in 11 consecutive home games, will let this one down.

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