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Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) to score v Bolton
Bolton lost 6-0 at Hull in their last Championship match, and another bad week off the pitch is unlikely to prompt much of an improvement at Bristol City on Saturday.
So backing Diedhiou, who scored in his last league outing at Stoke, to take advantage for Bristol City on Saturday is an easy bet.
The forward ranks 14th for shots and 10th for shots inside the penalty area per Championship match this season, meaning his tally of seven goals should quickly improve.
Lukas Nmecha (Preston) to score v Swansea
Nmecha has scored in his last two Championship matches and seems to be coming good after underperforming for the first half of the season.
The striker has posted an xG of 0.29 per 90 minutes this season (@blades_analytic), overshadowing his tally of three goals. While Preston continue to score at a rate of over two goals per home game, as they have done this season, then chances will continue to come along.
Swansea have conceded eight goals in their last four league away games and are nine matches without a clean sheet overall.
Billy Sharp (Sheffield United) to score v QPR
Having scored in his last four Championship appearances, Sharp is an easy bet to hit the net again for Sheffield United on Saturday.
The striker now tops the Championship’s goalscoring charts with 16, and playing up front for such an attacking team means that the goals are likely to continue.
The Blades have scored three goals in their last three Championship matches and should produce plenty of chances against QPR, who have conceded twice in four of their last five away games.
Conor Chaplin (Coventry) to score v AFC Wimbledon
Like Nmecha, a run of two goals in two games for Chaplin represents an upturn in form that was long overdue.
The 21-year-old is an established penalty-taker and has posted the fourth-best xG (@blades_analytic) of any League One player this season, so expect his tally of six goals for this season to improve further.
AFC Wimbledon have conceded seven goals in four away games under new manager Wally Downes and could struggle at one of League One’s in-form teams.
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