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Stoke v Leeds

After losing 2-1 at QPR in the FA Cup in their last away match, Leeds have now scored in every one of their 14 away games this season.

BTTS has landed in 10 of those matches, with the Championship leaders’ last two league games on the road finishing 2-3 and 4-2.

Stoke dominated long periods of their 3-2 defeat to Shrewsbury on Tuesday, so should be in good enough nick to score at least once.

Even before the appointment of Nathan Jones they had scored in four of their last five home games, while the atmosphere should be good inside the stadium for their new manager’s first home league match.

Doncaster v Burton

Doncaster have scored at least twice in all of their last five home league matches, including a 5-0 thumping of Rochdale last time out, so there is no concern that they won’t score in this match.

BTTS has landed in three of Rovers’ last four games overall, and they take on an opponent in good enough form going forward for that run to continue.

Burton have scored six goals in their last two league matches, but did concede three goals at home to Gillingham last week.

Plymouth v Coventry

Plymouth have scored three goals in both of their last two matches, including a 3-2 win at Southend last week, so goals at both ends is a fair expectation here.

BTTS has landed in three of the Pilgrims’ last five home matches, with the other two resulting in a 3-0 win and 3-0 defeat.

Coventry drew 1-1 with AFC Wimbledon last week, scoring and conceding for the second consecutive game. Mark Robins’ side have now hit the net in five matches in a row.

Forest Green v Bury

Forest Green surprisingly drew 0-0 at Oldham last week, but that they racked up an xG tally of 1.5 (experimental361) suggests that their performance was not far off its usual high standards.

Rovers’ three previous matches had finished 2-1, 2-2 and 1-4, and more of the same can be expected for the visit of Bury.

The Shakers’ last two matches have finished 2-4 and 4-3, while they have hit the net at least once in 15 of their last 17 games overall.

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