Doncaster v Southend (19:45)

Doncaster have scored at least twice in nine consecutive home matches, with four of the last five finishing 2-2, 2-2, 2-1 and 3-1.

And, after an encouraging 1-1 draw at Charlton on Tuesday, Southend should be in good enough form to do their bit at the other end.

Chris Powell’s side have scored in five of their last six league games, and in six of their last eight on the road in all competitions.

Walsall v AFC Wimbledon (19:45)

BTTS has landed in nine consecutive Walsall home matches, with the last four visitors to the Bescot Stadium scoring at least twice.

AFC Wimbledon have scored and conceded in six of their last eight away matches, suggesting this game will turn out similarly.

The visitors registered an xG of 1.2 in Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to Burton (experimental361), so should create enough to take advantage of their hosts’ weak defence.

Crewe v Carlisle (19:45)

Crewe drew 3-3 at Macclesfield on Saturday, and another entertaining match looks likely on Tuesday.

BTTS has landed in five of the hosts’ last six matches, including a 2-2 and 3-2 before that 3-3 draw, while they have netted at least twice in five of their last seven at Gresty Road.

Carlisle drew 1-1 with Exeter on Saturday, and have scored in nine of their last 10 outings.

Swindon v Forest Green (19:45)

Three of Swindon’s last four matches have come against top-half sides, with BTTS convincingly landing in all of them.

The Robins won 3-2 at MK Dons most recently, while they drew 2-2 with Lincoln in their last home match but one.

Forest Green’s BTTS record is excellent enough to turn this into an easy pick. Mark Cooper’s side have scored and conceded in both of their last two games, and in a league-high 74.19 per cent of matches this term.


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