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Raul Jimenez (Wolves) to score v Everton (15:00)
After he scored a brace in Wolves’ impressive 3-0 win over West Ham on Tuesday, Jimenez is a nice bet to go again at Everton on Saturday.
Of the Mexican’s 12 goals this season, many have come in supposed trickier fixtures. He has scored against Everton, Tottenham (twice), Chelsea and Liverpool, while he ranks sixth for shots and 14th for xG per game in the division.
Everton have kept four clean sheets in 15 home matches this season and conceded at least twice to West Ham and Watford, a similar standard of team to Wolves.
David McGoldrick (Sheffield United) to score v Bolton (15:00)
McGoldrick has scored in last four appearances at Bramall Lane and has every chance of extending that run against a poor Bolton side.
The striker ranks 12th for shots and 13th for shots inside the penalty area per Championship home game this season, suggesting that chances will continue to come along, while he is also the Blades’ established penalty-taker.
Bolton have conceded 10 goals in their last three away games, including a 6-0 thumping at Hull, and have only kept clean sheets at Ipswich and Reading, who are both in the relegation zone.
James Collins (Luton) to score v Shrewsbury (15:00)
Collins was a successful tip to score against Portsmouth on Tuesday – a game in which he grabbed a brace – so there is no point trying anything different here.
The striker – also a penalty-taker – has scored nine goals in his last 11 appearances overall, including at Coventry, Walsall and Sunderland.
Luton have won three consecutive matches and are in good enough form to create more chances for him at Shrewsbury, who conceded two or more for the sixth time at home this season in a 3-0 defeat to Charlton last month.
Andy Cook (Walsall) to score v Rochdale (15:00)
Cook was as an underperforming striker at the turn of the year (@blades_analytic), but his inevitable upturn is now well under way.
The striker has scored seven times in his last six games, including a hat-trick at Gillingham a fortnight ago, and scores a variety of different goals.
Rochdale’s defensive record should encourage him further. The visitors have conceded 21 goals in their last eight away matches and rank third-bottom for shots on target conceded per League One away game.
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