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Preston v Swansea

BTTS has landed in 14 of Preston’s last 15 home matches in all competitions, with the only exception coming in a 4-0 victory over 10-man Wigan in October.

That run of results includes a 4-3, three 3-2s, and two 2-2s, while they went down 1-3 to Doncaster in the FA Cup last week.

Swansea have scored nine goals in their last three matches and are in good enough form to do damage at the other end.

Goals have gone in at both ends in all of their last four league away games, with the last three finishing 2-3, 3-2 and 1-4.

Shrewsbury v Charlton

BTTS has landed in five of Shrewsbury’s seven non-EFL Trophy matches since appointing Sam Ricketts as manager at the start of December, and a repeat looks an easy bet on Saturday.

The Shrews have only failed to score in two of their last 14 home matches in league and cup, and rank fourth for shots per home game in League One this season.

Charlton, for whom Lyle Taylor and Karlan Grant have scored 14 and 12 goals this season respectively, have scored in 12 consecutive league matches themselves.

Their last five League One away games have finished 2-1, with 10 of their 13 away league matches featuring goals at both ends this season.

Oldham v Forest Green

Forest Green have scored and conceded in all of their 13 league away games this season, so back a repeat at Oldham.

Rovers’ goal threat has been enhanced by the controversial return of striker Christian Doidge this week, while they have managed just one clean sheet in their last 16 League Two appearances, at home to bottom-half Crewe.

Despite losing key striker Sam Surridge this week, Oldham should still be in good enough nick to score at least once.

The Latics won 2-1 at Fulham in the FA Cup last week, have netted at least twice in four of their last five home games and produced 4-2 and 2-3 results at Boundary Park prior to a 2-0 win over lowly Notts County last time out.

Swindon v Lincoln

After last weekend’s 2-1 defeat at Everton, both teams have scored in all of Lincoln’s last six games.

Danny Cowley’s side look certainties to score again in this game, having done so in 10 of 12 league away matches this season. They have, however, managed just one clean sheet in seven on the road.

Swindon posted an xG figures of 1.6, 1.5 and 0.8 in three blanks over the Christmas period before winning 2-1 at Macclesfield last time out, suggesting that more goals are imminent.

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