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James Collins (Luton) to score v Fleetwood

This column has successfully tipped Collins to score in all of his last three matches, and he remains an obvious selection all the while he is available at a price comfortably the right side of evens.

The striker has scored five goals in those three games to move to the top of League One’s goalscorer standings, and has netted nine goals in his last seven overall.

Luton are in rampant form, scoring three goals in each of their last three outings, so should create plenty of chances against a Fleetwood side that has conceded eight goals in two home games against the other members of the division’s top three.

Christian Doidge (Forest Green) to score v Yeovil

Yeovil have conceded 11 goals in losing five consecutive matches, so look perfect opposition for Forest Green and Doidge to get back on track.

The striker has scored three goals since his return from Bolton at the beginning of last month, and fronts a side that has scored in 13 of their 16 home matches this season.

Rovers rank as one of the league’s best attacks in terms of shots according to experimental361’s latest data, so they should provide their striker with plenty of opportunities.

Wes Thomas (Grimsby) to score v Cheltenham

Like the one above, this tip is also based as much on the opposition as the forward himself.

Cheltenham have conceded 16 goals in their last eight away games, including five in their last two, and are League Two’s second-leakiest defence in terms of xG (experimental361).

Thomas has scored in two of his last three outings, and in four of his last six at home. Grimsby have won six of their last eight at Blundell Park, so should produce plenty of opportunities for their centre-forward.

Scott Wilson (Macclesfield) to score v Colchester

Wilson has scored eight goals in 11 matches since the appointment of Sol Campbell as Macclesfield manager, including four in his last five, and looks a good bet to extend that run here.

He fronts a side that has scored five goals in their last two home games, and takes on a defence that has looked wobbly away from home recently.

Colchester conceded an xG of 3.1 (experimental361) despite keeping a clean sheet at Northampton last time out, having previously conceded at least twice in five of eight games on the road.


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