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Bury v Southend –

Bury have scored and conceded in the four matches Ryan Lowe has taken charge of since becoming manager in January.

That run, which includes a dramatic 2-2 draw at Bradford on Saturday, should extend against Southend.

The Shrimpers have scored seven goals in three matches since hiring Chris Powell, including an impressive 3-1 win over league leaders Wigan last time out.

Peterborough v Scunthorpe –

Peterborough had only failed to score twice at London Road all season, before drawing a blank in their last home game against Southend.

But normal order should be restored against Scunthorpe.

The Iron’s last five away matches have finished 2-3, 2-2, 1-1, 3-2 and 2-3, while there have been goals at both ends in 11 of their last 13 overall.

Rotherham v Oxford –

Rotherham have scored in each of their last 15 home matches, and that sequence should continue against Oxford.

The visitors have conceded 12 goals in their last six away matches, including five in two since sacking Pep Clotet last month.

Oxford are likely to net themselves, having scored four goals in their last two league matches.

Wycombe v Swindon –

Wycombe have been involved in more BTTS matches than any other League Two side this season.

There have been goals at both ends in the Chairboys’ last eight games, including a 1-5, 3-1 and 4-3 in their last three home outings.

Both teams have scored in nine of the visitor’s last 11 away matches, and should play out an entertaining game here.

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