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Oli McBurnie (Swansea) to score v Birmingham
Having scored five goals in his last three games, including an FA Cup brace against Gillingham last time out, McBurnie looks an obvious bet to hit the net against Birmingham.
The Swans have posted an xG figure of at least 1.2 in their last four home matches (experimental361) – passing 2.0 in two of their last three – indicating that more chances will come for their striker here.
Birmingham have conceded six goals in their last three away games, shipping two or more in five of their last eight.
James Collins (Luton) to score v Portsmouth
Portsmouth may be stronger opposition than most sides in League One, but don’t let that put you off backing Collins to continue his prolific form.
The striker scored a hat-trick against Peterborough in his last appearance at Kenilworth Road and hit the net against fellow promotion contenders Sunderland in the previous league game. Overall, he has seven goals in eight league games for a side that have scored 14 on that run.
Portsmouth have not been convincing defensively on the road lately. They have conceded two goals in each of their last three away from home, including twice to teams inside the bottom six.
Christian Doidge (Forest Green) to score v Mansfield
Doidge has made an explosive start to life back at Forest Green, scoring three goals in his last two appearances, and he is a fine bet to continue his run here.
Including the appearances he made in August before his move to Bolton, he has scored seven goals in his last eight League Two starts, so he adds a clinical edge to a side that ranks inside the top eight for shots on target per home match this season.
Mansfield’s last two away games have both finished 3-2, so expect plenty of chances to come along at both ends. David Flitcroft’s side have conceded at least twice in four of their last seven on the road overall.
Chuks Aneke (MK Dons) to score v Oldham
Aneke is on a mini-goal drought of three matches, resulting in a very attractive price for him to put it right against Oldham on Tuesday.
The striker had previously netted 11 goals in 17 League Two matches, including six in nine at home. His xG per 90 minutes this season stands at a very impressive 0.64 per 90 minutes, while he also has 4.2 attempts per game (StatsBomb).
Oldham, who have conceded 11 goals in their last four league away games, will struggle to stop him on Tuesday night, particularly without suspended defender Peter Clarke.
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