Fill Your Boots: Back our 13/2 Easter Monday BTTS four-fold
From Loftus Road to the Broadfield Stadium, make the most of Easter Monday's Football League fixtures with this acca.
QPR v Norwich -
QPR's 1-0 defeat to Reading on Friday was the first time in 10 games that Ian Holloway's side have failed to score.
They should bounce back against Norwich, who conceded twice against Fulham last time out and have now conceded nine in their last four.
QPR have been involved in the joint-most BTTS games in the Championship this season, and another looks likely on Monday.
Bristol City v Brentford -
Bristol City drew 2-2 with Barnsley last time out, and they've now got on the scoresheet in seven of their last nine matches, and in 14 of their last 15 at home.
Expect more goals when they host a Brentford side that are without a clean sheet in four after their 1-1 draw with Sheffield United on Friday.
These sides drew 2-2 at Griffin Park in August, and a similar result is likely at Ashton Gate.
Peterborough v Northampton -
Both teams have scored in 27 of Peterborough's League One games this season - the most in the division.
They've found the net in 10 consecutive matches, and kept a clean sheet in just one of those.
That run should continue against Northampton, who have both scored and conceded in six of their last seven away games.
Crawley v Swindon -
Crawley are the safest BTTS bet in League Two at the moment, with their last four games finishing 2-2, 3-2, 5-3 and 3-1.
Harry Kewell's side haven't kept a clean sheet in eight matches, letting in 21 goals during that run.
Swindon are similarly inept at the back, conceding in seven successive games, including Friday's 1-1 draw at home to Morecambe.
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