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Aston Villa v Stoke

After a patchy start, Aston Villa have enjoyed a sensational period of form under new manager Dean Smith.

Saturday’s hosts have scored 17 goals in their last five matches, including nine in their last two at Villa Park. Those matches, against Birmingham and Nottingham Forest, finished 4-2 and 5-5, while they drew 2-2 at West Brom last time out.

Stoke have scored in all but one of their 11 away matches this term, with BTTS landing in eight of them. There’s little doubt that this one will follow the same trend.

Shrewsbury v Peterborough

Shrewsbury have only failed to score against third-place Sunderland in their last 13 home matches in all competitions.

The Shrews lost 2-1 at Burton in Sam Ricketts’ first game in charge last weekend, but were posting good numbers at New Meadow under previous management, too. They rank second for shots and third for shots on target per League One home game this season.

Peterborough have managed two league away clean sheets all season, while they conceded four at Bradford in the FA Cup on Tuesday. They have scored eight goals in their last three non-EFL Trophy matches, though, so are a good bet to make their mark at the other end.

Grimsby v Swindon

Swindon’s entertaining start to life under Richie Wellens continued with a 2-1 win over Newport County last weekend, so BTTS is another obvious bet here.

The Robins have posted an xG figure of 1.1 or higher in all of their last three league matches under their new manager, and come up against a Grimsby side that have conceded twice in three of their last four matches.

Michael Jolley’s side won their last home match 5-2, scoring in all of their last eight matches in all competitions.

Oldham v Bury

Bury arguably possess League Two’s best attack, according to experimental361, which is reflected in the fact that they have scored a whopping 16 goals in their last five matches.

The visitors are without a clean sheet in any of their last four league away games, though, so BTTS is a great bet against in-form Oldham.

Frankie Bunn’s side have scored in seven of their last eight league matches, most recently in a 2-0 win at Crewe last week, with BTTS landing in both of their last two at Boundary Park.

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