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This week, Tom Clee is in the hotseat.
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It’s a shame that my turn has fallen on an FA Cup weekend, so I'm sticking with what I know and creating this League One treble.
Burton have won their last four home league games, while Accrington have lost three in a row.
Rotherham are unbeaten in seven – and have won their last five – with both teams scoring in all but two of those matches.
Peterborough have struggled recently but did score four in midweek, so should at least find the net themselves.
Gillingham haven't lost in eight matches, with under 2.5 goals in seven of them. That run includes a late 1-0 win against Rochdale over Christmas, and I'm expecting something similar in the return fixture.
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Inter are unbeaten in 13 Serie A games, with both teams scoring in 10 of them. Only Bologna have been involved in more BTTS games this season, so I can't see that pattern changing here.
The same goes for Juve, who have only lost once in the league this season. They've won their last five with BTTS landing in four, and a similar result is likely against a potent, but patchy, Napoli side.
Real Betis have avoided defeat in six of their last seven, and now face an out-of-form Getafe.
Finally, I'll chuck in a tip of my own. Atletico have won six of their last seven at the Wanda Metropolitano (with the one exception against Barcelona). Only one of those matches have seen more than 3.5 goals, so this feels like a safe addition.