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Kemar Roofe (Leeds) to score v Hull 

Roofe averages a league-high 4.6 shots per Championship home match this season, so is a logical bet to extend his run of goalscoring against Hull.

The striker has scored dramatic injury-time winners in consecutive matches over the Christmas period, most recently as part of a brace against Blackburn at Elland Road on Boxing Day. He has netted in five of his last six home appearances overall.

Nigel Adkins’ side have shipped eight goals in their last four away games, with only three Championship sides conceding more shots on target per away game this season.

Nahki Wells (QPR) to score v Reading

Having successfully tipped Wells to score at home to Ipswich on Boxing Day, picking him to repeat the trick against Reading is obvious.

The striker has now scored in four of his last six matches at Loftus Road. He ranks joint-sixth for shots per Championship match this season, and joint-fourth for shots inside the penalty area, suggesting that this run can go on for a while yet.

Given that no Championship defence has conceded more shots or shots on target per away game than Reading this term, this is a fantastic chance to extend his good run.

CJ Hamilton (Mansfield) to score v Swindon

Both Hamilton and strike partner Tyler Walker are in excellent form, but it is worth siding with the former at a considerably longer price.

The 23-year-old has scored in four consecutive home matches (bar the EFL Trophy), including in the 2-1 victory over Bury on Boxing Day, and fronts a side that has produced more shots on target per home game than any other League Two side.

Any team in the division would struggle at Field Mill, but that Swindon have managed just one clean sheet from their last seven away games doesn’t help their chances.

Padraig Amond (Newport) to score v Crawley

Having scored in all of his last five appearances, Amond is an easy bet to hit the net against weak opposition.

The striker - an established penalty-taker - has also scored in four of his last five matches at the Newport Stadium, and fronts a side that has scored 16 goals in seven home games.

Crawley have conceded at least twice in five of their last six away games, shipping at least three goals in three of them, and have conceded the fifth-most shots on target per League Two away game.


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