Preston v Blackburn

Both teams have scored in five of Preston’s last six home matches, including in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Leeds.

They take on Blackburn, who have scored and conceded in four of their last five away matches.

Tony Mowbray’s side have seen goals go in at both ends in seven of their last nine games overall.

Rotherham v Wycombe

Rotherham have scored in all but one of their last five home league games, including 6-0 and 4-1 victories.

Paul Warne’s side rank fifth for shots per League One home game this season, and won 2-0 at Ipswich on Wednesday.

Wycombe have scored in all of their last six league matches, including in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw at Blackpool.

Crawley v Swindon

Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Newport was the ninth consecutive Crawley game in which both teams have scored.

The hosts have scored in all 10 of their home matches in all competitions this season, with BTTS landing in the last five.

Swindon have scored in all of their last six away games, also conceding in five of them.

Grimsby v Cheltenham

Cheltenham are almost certain to score in this game, having done so 18 times in their last eight league games.

That run includes seven goals in their last four away matches, with BTTS landing in their last two on the road.

Grimsby are in terrible form but, considering these odds and Cheltenham’s record, this is definitely worth a punt.


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