These matches from the Premier League and EFL should deliver goals, and - with our tempting accumulator - profit.
West Brom v Leicester –
Despite a catastrophic run of results, West Brom are consistent scorers at home.
The Baggies have netted in each of their last five matches at the Hawthorns, and should extend that run against Leicester, who have kept one clean sheet in their last 10 league games on the road.
Both teams have scored in the Foxes’ last three away matches, as well as Alan Pardew’s side’s last three home games.
Millwall v Brentford –
Both teams have scored in nine of Millwall’s last 11 home matches, including each of their last three.
The visit of in-form Brentford is perfect for that run to continue.
The Bees have scored nine goals in their last four matches, but have conceded 12 in their last five away games against top-half teams.
Bristol Rovers v Northampton –
There have been goals at both ends in 16 of Bristol Rovers’ 20 home games this season, including each of their last five.
That sequence is likely to continue against Northampton, against whom the Gas scored six in the reverse fixture in October.
Saturday’s visitors have scored and conceded in their last five away matches, and drew 2-2 at Scunthorpe in their last outing on the road.
Swindon v Cheltenham –
Both teams have scored in seven of Swindon’s last nine matches, a run of results that includes 4-3, 2-2, and two 3-2 scorelines.
The visit of Cheltenham promises more goals, after the reverse fixture finished 2-1 in October.
Five of the visitor’s last six away games have produced goals at both ends, including two 4-1s, a 3-2, and a 2-2 draw at Luton a fortnight ago.