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After scoring a brace in two of his last three games, Bowen is an easy bet to net at least once against arguably the worst team in the Championship.
The Hull forward ranks 14th for shots and 13th for shots inside the penalty area per Championship home game this season, suggesting this good run can continue, and helps form an attack that has scored nine goals in their last four matches. He is also an established penalty-taker.
Bolton have only managed two clean sheets away from home this season (at 23rd-place Reading and 24th-place Ipswich), so will struggle against in-form opposition.
Eoin Doyle (Bradford) to score v Accrington
Doyle has played a big role in Bradford's spectacular recovery from a terrible start to the season.
The Bantams have scored four goals in three of their last four matches, with their striker - who is also a good penalty-taker - netting in three of them. His xG rating of 1.2 (experimental361) at Rochdale on Saturday was particularly encouraging.
With creators Jack Payne and David Ball in such good form, he is bound to get more chances against Accrington, who shipped four at home to Peterborough on Saturday and have managed just three clean sheets in 11 league away games this season.
Ivan Toney (Peterborough) to score v Scunthorpe
Peterborough forwards should be queuing up to score against Scunthorpe, not least Toney, who extended his brilliant form with a hat-trick against Accrington on Saturday.
An odds-against price is generous for the summer signing, who is on a prolonged run of 13 goals in his last 12 appearances, including at least one in five of his last six at London Road.
Scunthorpe kept their first clean sheet in 19 matches in all competitions on Saturday, though conceding an xG of 1.3 (experimental361) hardly suggests that is much cause for optimism.
They had previously shipped at least twice in four consecutive games, and 15 in seven league away games.
Fejiri Okenabirhie (Shrewsbury) to score v Fleetwood
After being handed a rest at Sunderland on Saturday, Okenabirhie is a great bet to start and score against Fleetwood.
The forward has netted in three of Shrewsbury’s last four home matches, and had bagged seven goals in seven games before a three-match mini-drought over Christmas.
The summer signing from Dagenham & Redbridge is a natural goalscorer, so back him to get another run going against Fleetwood, who lost 5-2 to Portsmouth on Saturday and have conceded at least twice in four consecutive league away games.
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